Automotive longrange radar system
Able to support an array of new features and functions, automotive 77GHz radar systems have a promising future. The huge benefits: high precision and excellent scalability from short to long range. The flipside: a higher degree of technical complexity.
By allowing you to concentrate on application development and integration, a designated ready-to-use chipset is your ticket to success. That’s why Infineon offers a system solution for automotive 77GHz radar systems that reduces the number of components required. An additional plus: seamless inter-functionality of all parts. For a complete automotive 77GHz radar system that works without a hitch.
- Automotive radar sensors are a key technology for enabling future driver assistance functions and securing high ratings in the New Car Assessment Programs (NCAP) throughout the world
- The Radar System IC (RASIC™) series consists of a group of highly-integrated functions for the 76–77GHz range for automotive radar
- The ICs offer a high level of integration and need only a few – if any – external components
- Infineon’s SiGe process benefits from its origins in the volume bipolar segment. Its unique features include its high-frequency capability and robustness, makeing it suitable for automotive environments over the full temperature range up to full automotive qualification according to AEC-Q100
- Infineon´s AURIXTM 32-bit muticore ADAS derivative offers a dedicated feature set for radar applications wich, in many cases, renders additional DSP, external SRAM and external ADC ICs obsolete. This results in cost-efficient short-range radar implementation.
Automotive short- /midrange radar system
An automotive 24 GHz radar system is an attractive option when you face tighter budgetary constraints, but don’t want to sacrifice high-demand features, such as rear cross traffic alert or blind spot detection. What counts most: the solution must boast a high level of integration and be especially easy to use.
Infineon offers precisely what you’re looking for. For instance, our highly-integrated 24GHz transceiver and AURIX™, our 32-bit multicore ADAS derivative with a dedicated feature set for radar applications. With its SiGe-based technology, Infineon is the first big player to offer a competitive solution with a long-term roadmap approach for any kind of short-range radar ADAS applications.
- Infineon’s 24GHz radar technology offers a cost-efficient solution for driver assistance systems such as blind spot detection
- The Infineon 24 GHz transceiver is a highly integrated, SPI-controlled solution consisting of a VCO, medium power amplifier, power amplifier, frequency dividers, several sensors and two complete IQ receivers
- The signal generation unit is a standalone transmitter MMIC with the fully integrated IQ twin-receiver MMIC, inwhich two complex homodyne down-conversion mixersare combined; a lot of different system architectures canbe served by combining the individual components
- With its SiGe-based technology, Infineon is the first big market player to offer a competitive solution with a long-term roadmap approach for any kind of short-range radar ADAS applications
- Infineon’s AURIX™ 32-bit multicore ADAS derivative offers a dedicated feature set for radar applications which, in many cases, renders additional DSP, external SRAM and external ADC ICs obsolete. This results in cost-efficient short-range radar implementation
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