NXP improves in-vehicle wireless charging

April 24, 2019 //By Wisse Hettinga
NXP improves in-vehicle wireless charging
NXPs solution for in-vehicle wireless charging of mobile devices is based on the NXP MWCT101xS controller IC family

The NXP® 15W multi-coil transmitter reference platform is designed for AutoSAR in-vehicle wireless charging applications based on the NXP MWCT101xS controller IC family. The wireless charging platform uses automotive grade components and other vital automotive functions including AutoSAR software and drivers to ensure the system can be seamlessly integrated. Complies with the Wireless Power Consortium's latest Qi specification and is certified as a MP-A9 transmitter type.

More information can be found here

The Autosar development partnership has published two new releases: R4.4.0 of the Autosar Classic Platform and R18-10 of Autosar Adaptive. The new releases offer vehicle software developers greater functionality, better program interoperability and additional data security.

Autosar Classic Platform Release R4.4.0 includes among other things an extended serialization for data structures in SOME/IP with tag, length, and value coding (TLV). It simplifies communication and improves compatibility between the Autosar Classic Platform and the Adaptive Platform. In addition, Transport Layer Security (TLS) allows the use of services in non-vehicle environments.

One of the major achievements in the Autosar Adaptive Platform R18-10 is the support of Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) for secure data communications. Cryptographic security services are used to protect communications over IP networks. Encryption provided by these services enables more secure communication between Adaptive Platforms and their surrounding platforms.

Click here for more information on Autosar R18-10 publication

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