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Articles Tagged with ''radar''

Arrow Electronics Adds Market’s Smallest 24 GHz Industrial Radar Chipset from Infineon

Arrow Electronics Inc. announced it will offer an integrated intelligent motion-sensing module featuring the market's smallest 24 GHz industrial radar chipset from Infineon Technologies AG, a world leader in semiconductor solutions that make life easier, safer and greener. The small form factor and ultra-low- power radar module provides precise motion detection data which can be translated into optimized functionalities and features of next-generation smart and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.


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NXP Quadruples Computing Power for Automotive Radar

NXP Semiconductors N.V., the world’s largest supplier of automotive semiconductors, announced a new automotive radar microcontroller (MCU), the NXP S32R27, that will deliver the features and performance required for making safe, automated driving a reality. NXP is the leading supplier of radar-based ADAS semiconductor solutions. An estimated 50 percent of all car radar modules shipped in 2016 will utilize NXP radar processing and front-end technology.


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Echodyne Announces First Successful Airborne Detect and Avoid Radar Test on a Small Drone

Echodyne Corp. announced the first ever successful test of an airborne Detect and Avoid (DAA) radar on a small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (sUAV).  Echodyne’s radar was mounted on a small commercial drone which flew multiple missions below 400’ over a period of several days. The drone was of a size, payload, and range well suited for package delivery, infrastructure inspection and agricultural monitoring.


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