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Jaguar Land Rover’s new facility to test electrical and radio interference in vehicles

Jaguar Land Rover has opened a new facility in the UK for testing electrical and radio interference in vehicles.

The company says: “The Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) laboratory at Gaydon in the UK, will ensure future vehicles meet current and future legislation and quality standards for connectivity and electronics.” The lab has two anechoic chambers, as well as equipment for testing batteries, motors, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, 4G, 5G, adaptive cruise control, wireless charging and blind spot monitoring.

According to Jaguar Land Rover, the “New Range Rover Sport, which launched in May, was the first vehicle to undergo a bespoke testing program at the in-house facility.”

Source: Jaguar Land Rover

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