Hyundai Genesis: Premium AVN System / Description and Operation

Premium AVN system
The premium AVN system has improved information search and easiness of manipulation for the driver by simplifying the system operation experience and unifying the display of the user information such as multimedia, air-conditioning and car information.
The system is basically composed of a front keyboard (8-direction jog dial) for the operation of combined function, LCD monitors in front seats, a head unit with Bluetooth handsfree calling, voice recognition and navigation, music amplifier and the multimedia jack that connects with other outside devices.
Simplification of user interface: the multimedia, air-conditioning and car information are displayed on the monitor and operated by the front keyboard.
Networked electronic parts: Efficient information transmission through MOST and CAN communications
Up-to-date technologies integrated:
Voice recognition: This function recognizes the user's voice commands to manipulate the system. The user can issue voice commands to operate AV system, Bluetooth phone and navigation and connect to Blue link call center(USA only).
Bluetooth hands-free calling: This is compliant with the international wireless communication standards and uses Bluetooth technology adopted in most currently launched mobile phones. Once connected, the the driver’s mobile phone is automatically connected every time he/she gets in the car.
USB/iPod connectivity: External music devices like iPod, USB memory stick, Walkman are connected and played through the car speakers. iPod can be operated using the integrated keyboard.
Key Features:
AVN is a integrated driver information system equipped with multi function DVD player, navigation, Bluetooth hands-free, Blue Link, etc.
Wide Thin Film LCD
9.2 inch Wide View Angle Wide LCD display using LED backlight
provides high quality video and convenient operation using touch panel
Various Media Support
You can enjoy various media such as radio, SXM, audio/MP3/video
CD, DVD, AUX, etc.
You can save music, video, and image in USB into the embedded memory and play (Maximum 30GB)
Grace Note
When a song is played, detail information such as song title, artist, album, genre, etc. are automatically displayed.
(Supported in all of Audio CD, USB, Jukebox)
SXM Traffic
Various information such as traffic jam, safe driving information, fuel
price, etc. are provided.
Integrated Search
You can search name/address/telephone number/theme/registered locations.
Blue Link
Blue Link Center Interface
Interfaces with Blue Link Center to receive various information
Wi-Fi Tethering
Web browser can be used through wireless internet access and portable devices can be connected to the Internet through Wi-Fi.
Download Center Client
You can download and use the app from the download center.
Bluetooth Hands-Free
You can conveniently make a call using Bluetooth hands-free while you are driving.
Front Seat Integrated Control Key
You can use 8-direction jog dial type integrated key to conveniently control various functions of the system.

System Block Diagram

LVDS : Low Voltage Differential Signaling
MOST 150 : Media Oriented System Transport 150Mb/s
MM-CAN : Multi-Media Controller Area Network
System Function
Head Unit
Radio + Video + Navigation + DVD
DivX file supported (USB/JUKEBOX FILE PLAY)
Digital iPOD interface supported
Voice Recognition supported
Blue Tooth Hands-free supported
Digital Amp supported
PGS(Parking Guide System) /AVM Function supported
Clock function, Photo Album function supported
Climate Status Display
Cluster Unit supported (MM CAN)
(Displays Current Mode & Navigation TBT Function)
Front Monitor
1280 * 720 , 9.2"
Processes Digital video output from Head Unit
Communication method with Head Unit : High speed CAN
CCP Keyboard
Front Keyboard : Control device for Front screen AVN
Communication method with Head Unit : MM CAN
External AMP
Digital AMP
SPDIF of Head Unit via MOST receive Digital Output to process
The way of basic communication with Head Unit : MOST
Multimedia jack
AUX(Video Included) + USB 2.0 I/F supported
Navigator linked ASCC function
It is an additional function for a vehicle equipped with automatic smart cruise control (ASCC) system which automatically keeps the vehicle speed set by the driver to maintain a safe distance from vehicles ahead.
When the driver selects the option of “automatic speed reduction in the section subject to overspeed regulation” from the user option on the instrument panel, the navigator-linked ASCC function is activated.
This function is designed to improve driver’s convenience. It receive speed limit information in advance from the navigator and then temporarily adjusts the vehicle to regulation speed, instead of keeping the speed set by the driver.
The purpose of this function is not to avoid overspeed regulation and the navigator does not guarantee the accuracy of the speed limit information. Thus, even with the function in operation, the driver shall do his/her duty of observing the traffic laws.
Limitations Of The Navigation system
GPS Signal Reception State
As the GPS satellite frequency is received/transmitted in straight lines, reception may not work if hiding devices are placed on or near the GPS antenna or when traveling through the following locations.
Basement parking structures
Underneath an overpass
Roads within forested areas
Areas near high rise buildings
Roads within canyons
Vehicle Position Display
If multipass errors occur due to reflections from buildings or related causes, the current position mark on the navigation may differ from the actual position of the vehicle.
The position of the vehicle on the navigation may be different from the actual position if the vehicle is under the occur, driving for a short period of time will vehicle through map matching or GPS information (several minutes may be necessary in certain cases).
When driving on a Y-shaped road with a narrow angle, the current position may be displayed in the opposite direction.
If the vehicle is loaded onto a car transport vehicle, the current position mark may be stalled on the last position prior to loading.
When driving on a spiral-shaped road.
When driving in mountain regions with sharp turns or sudden brakes.
When entering a road after having been in an underground parking structure, building parking structure, or turnable with many rotations.
When the tires have recently been replaced (Especially upon use of spare or studless tires)
If the battery terminal is removed.
When driving in city streets, the current position may be displayed on the opposite side or on an off-road position.
When changing the zoom level from the maximum zoom in level to a different zoom level, the current position mark may be displayed on a different road.
When driving in heavy traffic with frequent go · stops in traffic or intersections.
When driving under slippery conditions, such as heavy sand, snow, etc.
When driving with the tire chain in place.
When using a tire with an incorrect size specification.
When the tire pressure for the 4 tires are different.
When the replacement tire is a worn or used tire (Especially studless tires having passed a 2nd seasons, etc.)
When driving near high-rise buildings
If a roof carrier has been installed
When driving under high speeds or having calculated a long-distance route.
Route Guidance
Suitable route guidance may not occur caused by search conditions or the driving position.
Guidance to go straight may be given while driving on a straight road.
Guidance may not be given even when having turned at an intersection.
There are certain intersections in which guidance may not occur.
A route guidance signaling entrance into a no enter zone may occur (No enter zone, road under construction, etc.)
Guidance may be given to a position removed from the actual destination if roads to reach the actual destination do not exist or are too narrow.
Faulty voice guidance may be given if the vehicle breaks from the designated route (ex : if a turn is made at an intersection while the navigation provided guidance to go straight).
Map Data may be missing or incorrect causing route guidance to not be given.
Route Re-calculation
The following phenomena may occur after conducting route recalculation.
When turning at an intersection, the navigation system gives wrong information on the current position.
Route recalculation may take a longer period of time when driving under high speeds.
A route guidance signaling for a U-Turn in a No U-Turn location may occur.
A route guidance signaling entrance into a no enter zone may occur (No enter zone, road under construction, etc).
Guidance may be given to a position removed from the actual destination do not exist or are too narrow.
Faulty voice guidance may be given if the vehicle breaks from the designated route (ex : if a turn is made at an intersection while the navigation provided guidance to go straight)
Components and Components Location
Component Location 1. AVN head unit2. Front LCD Monitor3. Blue Link keypad (blue link)4. Multimedia jack (front)5. Rear LCD monitors6. Front keyboard7. Steering wheel remote control (SWRC)8. Exte ...

AVN(Audio Video Navigation) head unit Components and Components Location
Components Connector Pin Information No.Connector AConnector B1-MM CAN HIGH2Rear seat LCD monitor ON / OFF-3-High-speed CAN (+)4--5-AUX video shield GND6-IGN 1 B(+)7i-BOX microphone (+)AUX Video ...

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