Mobile robot sensor

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create sensing modules for radar, LIDAR or ultrasonic proximity.

Design requirements

Mobile robot sensing modules often require:

  • High-speed signal chain with an integrated or discrete digital converter.
  • Fast power pulsing capabilities for sensors requiring active illumination.
  • High-speed low latency communication to the compute module.

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More literature Addressing Factory Automation Challenges with Innovations in Power Design 28 Sep 2021
E-book Ein Techniker-Leitfaden für Industrieroboter-Designs 28 Oct 2020
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Technical articles How to read data sheet specs and test conditions - tricky stuff! 22 Jul 2013
E-book E-book: An engineer’s guide to industrial robot designs 16 Nov 2020
Technical articles Clouds. Cells. Cool. Continued. 16 Jan 2013
More literature mmWave Radar Sensors: Object Versus Range (Rev. A) 11 May 2022
Functional safety information Build safer, efficient, intelligent and autonomous robots 11 Aug 2022
Functional safety information Build safer, efficient, intelligent and autonomous robots 11 Aug 2022
More literature Leveraging multicore processors for machine vision applications 09 May 2012
More literature How sensor data is powering AI in robotics 09 Jan 2019
More literature Accurate distance measurements with a highly integrated ToF position sensor 08 May 2022
More literature TI DLP® Technology for 3D Machine Vision (Rev. C) 08 Apr 2016
Technical articles Functional safety for industrial motor drives 07 Sep 2018
More literature Leveraging the 60-GHz RF band to enable accurate mmWave sensing 02 Nov 2018

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