Short-range communications modules bring links between devices and vehicles.
The objects around us are increasingly connected to us, and vehicles are no exception. Beyond V2X, which is a form of short-distance communication between vehicles, there are other technologies that provide essential services on board, such as Bluetooth. Bluetooth is a telecommunications standard that enables the two-way exchange of data over short distances using UHF radio waves in the 2.4 GHz frequency band. Its aim is to simplify connections between electronic devices in close proximity by eliminating wired links.
Wi-Fi, based on the IEEE 802.11 standard, also allows passengers in any vehicle (bus, car, boat) to enjoy cellular internet access shared by the 4G or 5G module on board. Our expertise in connectivity components has also resulted in the development of automotive grade modules that meet the AEC-Q104 standard, with an operating temperature range from -40°c to +85°c. Please find below a selection of TITAN modules integrating Bluetooth or Wi-fi technologies:
On board, it allows you to switch voice calls from your mobile phone to the speakers of your infotainment system or to stream your favourite music to the car radio, as well as to share your contacts and agenda with your vehicle.