Charged EVs | Jaguar Land Rover’s new facility to check electrical and radio interference in autos
Jaguar Land Rover has opened a brand new facility within the UK for testing electrical and radio interference in autos.
The corporate says: “The Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) laboratory at Gaydon within the UK, will guarantee future autos meet present and future laws and high quality requirements for connectivity and electronics.” The lab has two anechoic chambers, in addition to tools for testing batteries, motors, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, 4G, 5G, adaptive cruise management, wi-fi charging and blind spot monitoring.
In accordance with Jaguar Land Rover, the “New Vary Rover Sport, which launched in Could, was the primary car to bear a bespoke testing program on the in-house facility.”
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