Driver assistance systems use radar sensors in various counts and configurations. The data provided by the radar sensors is used in applications such as blind-spot detection, autonomous emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control, to increase safety by enabling vehicles to identify and avoid potentially dangerous situations. Radar systems in conjunction with other sensor systems will contribute to increasing automation levels right up to the completely autonomous vehicle.
24 Ghz Transceiver:
we have a single-chip transceiver for automotive radar able of covering the frequency band from 24 to 24.25 GHz in order to be compliant with ISM band applications.and it can be operated by a single power supply at 3.3 V thanks to integrated LDOs.
77 GhZ Transceiver :
we have a single-chip transceiver for automotive radar able of covering the frequency band from 76 GHz to 81 GHz in order to be compliant for all the radar applications.It requires minimum external components i.e. external crystal oscillator and stabilization capacitors for the embedded LDO, but it can be used also with an external clock reference. It can be operated by a single power supply at 3.3 V thanks to integrated LDOs or with dual supply for better thermal performances.