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EuMW 2013 Defense Forum Industry Panel

Military and Automotive Radar - commonalities and differences

October 15, 2013
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The Microwave Journal Industry Panel Session took place on Wednesday 9 October at EuMW 2013 covering Defence and Automotive Radar – differences and commonalities. Speakers demonstrated how microwave technology is meeting the design and test challenges facing those at the forefront of innovation, including developments that are significant today and those perceived for the future. These initiatives were discussed by the industry panel which was followed by a Q&A session with the audience. Below are the presentations that were made by each presenter.

 

Future Technology Trends Bridging the Defense and Automotive Radar Markets
Asif Anwar, Strategy Analytics

Test Challenges for Automotive Radars; Comparing and Contrasting them with Traditional Aerospace Radar Systems
Richard Overdorf, Agilent Technologies

Defense and Automotive Radar – Differences and Commonalities from an ADI Perspective
Mike Curtin, Analog Devices (representing Richardson RFPD)

Serving Defense Applications with Commercial 77/79 GHz Packaged Automotive Radar MMICs
Dr. Mark Wilson, Freescale Semiconductor

Defense and Automotive Radar – Differences and Commonalities: A Demanding Challenge to Measurement Techniques
Steffen Heuel, Rohde & Schwarz

MMIC Integration and Packaging for Defense and Automotive Radar: Size and Cost Reductions Create New Market Opportunities
Dean White of TriQuint Semiconductor

 

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