Data connectivity

  • 11-Jul-2008 02:09 EDT
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Delphi’s data connectivity systems (DDCS) incorporate a full line of headers, hubs, inline connection systems, and cables and ports, and are developed to meet the specifications of each customer and their product requirements. In addition to a full line of USB connectivity solutions, DDCS include FAKRA systems, MOST (fiber optics), as well as a high-speed digital data (HSDD) connectivity system. The HSDD provide low-cost automotive-engineered connection systems for a broad range of high-speed protocols: USG 2.0, IDB-1394, LVDS, FlexRay, eMOST, and Ethernet. HSDD connectivity systems transport high-speed digital data with continuous shielding and employ standard automotive assembly technologies. They also make camera and video applications used in safety systems possible.

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