Radar Solutions for Automotive
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RASIC™ Front-End IC's for Automotive RADARs
Since volume production started in 2009, RASIC™ chips have become the market leader in the 77GHz SiGe MMIC segment. They can be used in different configurations to build RF front-end modules for sensors in applications such as Long-Range RADARs (LRR) (for example ACC), Lane Change Assist (LCA) and Blind Spot Detection (BSD) systems as well as in Collision Mitigation (CM) and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) features. All components are AEC-Q100 qualified and specified over the full -40 ... +125°C automotive temperature range.
4-channel transceiver for use in 2Tx 4Rx systems. Different antenna configurations can be supported.
Optional dielectric reference oscillator/mixer (DRO) RON7701 for PLL-based systems (bare-die).
RTN7730 Transmitter and RRN7740 Receiver
RTN7730 and RRN7740 form a scalable radar platform comprising a three-channel transmitter and a four-channel receiver to build Long- and Mid-Range Systems (bare-die).
RTN7735P Transmitter and RRN7745P Receiver in eWLB
RTN7735P and RRN7745P are the first 77GHz solutions based on an eWLB package instead of a bare-die. They form a scalable platform comprising a three-channel transmitter and a four-channel receiver to build Long- and Mid-Range Systems.
RCC1010 RADAR Companion Chip
The RCC1010 radar companion is a CMOS chip which provides a fully digital interface to RTN7730 and RTN7735P. It features freely programmable modulation waveform generation and PLL frequency control.