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          Passive entry passive start (PEPS)

          Passive entry passive start (PEPS) integrated circuits and designs

          Description

          Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you design passive entry passive start (PEPS) modules and key fobs that are secure and compact while reducing system power consumption and optimizing RF and vehicle communication latencies.

          Passive entry passive start (PEPS) systems require:

          • Secure relay attack prevention protocol
          • Optimized system power consumption in active and sleep states
          • Minimal delay for optimal user experience
          • Compact antenna designs for easy module install in car and small key fob size.
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          Application Notes (3)

          Title Type Size (KB) Date
          PDF 8.43 MB 10 Jan 2019
          PDF 457 KB 07 Jan 2019
          PDF 2.08 MB 30 Sep 2017

          Product bulletin & white papers

          White Papers (2)

          Title Type Size (MB) Date
          PDF 2.75 MB 28 Mar 2018
          PDF 907 KB 24 Mar 2016

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