By the end of 2016, more than half of all new automotive 77 GHz radar systems will be equipped with chips from Infineon Technologies. Thus, one in 15 new cars will use a driver assistance system utilizing the company’s 77 GHz radar chips.
The R&S BBA150 amplifier family's D series is characterized by high power density and appeals especially to the automotive and wireless communications industry. A desktop model of only four height units delivers up to 200 W.
Anritsu Co. announces it is a founding member of the Open Lab Alliance (OLA), a collaboration of industry leaders with the common goal of advancing connected vehicle and autonomous vehicle technologies. The OLA was officially launched during a grand opening ceremony at the CETECOM laboratory in Milpitas, Calif.on February 12, 2016.
NXP Semiconductors N.V., global market leader in secure connected car technologies, announced the next step in innovation for its market-leading automotive radar portfolio: the world's smallest single-chip 77 GHz radar transceiver (7.5 x 7.5 mm) with very high resolution performance.