Our integrated circuits and reference designs can help you differentiate your medium/short-range radar systems while managing system size, efficiency and cost. Leveraging unprecedented levels of integration, you can design a medium/short range small form factor corner radar system for multiple functions such as blind spot detection (BSD), front cross-traffic assist (CTA) and lane change assist (LCA).
Modern medium/short range radar designs often require:
- Power solution that meets noise requirements
- Reduces size requirements through a single-chip solution
- Keeps power consumption within a tolerable range for size and cooling capabilities
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