Jon Glatstein has been a contributing writer to several automotive, transmission and tech periodicals since the late 1990s. He is the IT manager and lead electronics tech for ATSG, and operates electronicnoisefilters.com.
One of the most difficult things to diagnose in the automotive electronics world is electrical noise. There are more ways to cause noise, and noise is often classified as different things: distortion, interference, jamming, etc. Just to make it easier to talk about, we will just call it all noise.
Let’s review the last 10 or 20 years of automotive data. Prior to that, automotive data was composed of a variety of vacuums, hydraulic pressures and mechanical positions.
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