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Passive Keyless Entry - Keyless Go Automotive Systems

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Sep 11, 2006.

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  1. Guest

    Are there any automotive electronics professionals here that can guide
    me toward providers of passive keyless entry or keyless go systems as
    used in the automotive world? I'd appreciate any contact information.
    Thanks, in advance.
     
  2. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    I don't know who the providers are, but I recently drove an Infiniti
    G35 loaner car... as long as the fob was in the car, or in my pocket,
    it would start without a key.

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  3. Guest

    I don't know who the providers are, but I recently drove an Infiniti
    That's the type of system I'm interested in. Does anyone have any info
    on suppliers?
     
  4. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    I've worked with a number of RFID suppliers... Single Chip Systems,
    Bella ID, Intermec, SAVI, ClarIDy, and now SIRIT, but don't recall any
    mention of automotive remote-keyless entry... just remote reading of
    tire pressure, etc.

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  5. EE123

    EE123 Guest




    Maxim IC is one group you should be talking to.

    Good luck,
    Dave
     
  6. EE123

    EE123 Guest




    Maxim IC is one group you should be talking to.

    Good luck,
    Dave
     
  7. Guest

    schreef:
    Siemens VDO makes the system for the Volkswagen Audi Group. The older
    model was based on a Philips HITAG2 chipset. I'm not sure what is in
    the latest generation.

    Igor
     
  8. I may be able to help you...

    However I will need to know your project application and what you are
    trying to achieve.

    Some PKE (Passive Keyless Entry) IC suppliers have very high MOQ's... in the
    millions....

    Some won't supply support unless you are a car company....

    JG
     
  9. Barry Lennox

    Barry Lennox Guest

    A few years ago, Siemens, now Infineon, were pretty innovative in this
    area, and I got a couple of samples off them then. They still have
    some devices on their website, and would be worth a look. But I
    suspect that if you are not BMW or Mercedes, you may not find them all
    that attentive.

    Barry Lennox
     
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