Ultra short range radar

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Ultra short range radar

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs can help you create differentiated ultra-short-range radar systems. Leveraging unprecedented levels of integration, you can design a small form factor 360° surround-view radar system for functions such as park assist (PA) and automated parking.

Design requirements

Modern ultra-short-range radar designs often require:

  • Meets noise requirements
  • Reduces size through a single-chip solution
  • Keeps power consumption within a tolerable range for the solution size and cooling capabilities

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White paper Automated parking made possible with TI mmWave radar and ultrasonic sensors (Rev. B) 23 Jun 2023
Technical article A smarter world will arrive in waves PDF | HTML 22 Jul 2023
Technical article 77-GHz single-chip mmWave radar sensors enable autonomous parking PDF | HTML 21 Jun 2023
Technical article The picture of the distance: Detecting range to help mmWave sensors understand the PDF | HTML 14 Jul 2023
White paper How Radar is Displacing Traditional Technologies PDF | HTML 08 Aug 2022
Technical article Why are automotive radar systems moving from 24GHz to 77GHz? PDF | HTML 07 Jul 2023
Technical article Can mmWave sensors prevent damage to your car door? PDF | HTML 06 Sep 2023
Technical article CMOS technology enables the lowest power consumption mmWave sensors for automotive PDF | HTML 03 Jul 2023

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