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Signal Conditioning

Signal conditioning and control are electronic processes used to manipulate and optimize signals from various sources to improve accuracy, noise immunity, and dynamic range for better signal processing and system performance. In the automotive industry, signal conditioning and control improve sensor accuracy, amplify sensor signals, filter out noise and interference, and translate sensor outputs into meaningful data for use in various vehicle control systems.