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Supplier: ACE Antenna Company
Description: The 24 GHz Radar, used for short/middle range radars, is being used to detect blind spots and for traffic congestion, and its technology and product is a high-value added automobile safety device relying solely on foreign products. Also, 26GHz radar antennas as well as 24GHz ISM band antennasShow More
Supplier: Siemens Process Instrumentation
Description: Overview The SITRANS LR460 is a 4-wire, 24 GHz FMCW radar level transmitter with extremely high signal-to-noise ratio and advanced signal processing for continuous monitoring of solids up to 100 m (328 ft). It is ideal for measurement in extreme dust. Benefits Process Intelligence for advanced
- Media Type: Dry Material (Bulk Solids and Powders)
- Level Measurement Type: Continuous Level
- Device Classification: Sensor System
- Measuring Range: 13.8 to 3937 inch
Description: Description: Country version: EU, USA and Canada Supplementary description: The speed rate of drops is registered with a 24 GHz doppler radar system. By comparison between the speed rate and the size of drops, the quantity of rain or its intensity will be registered. The road condition (rain
- Device Classification: Sensor Only
- Measures Rain/Snow Fall: Yes
- Mounting Options: Pole-mounted (Typically via clamps)
- Interface Options: Serial Interface
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: German Language - ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY AND RADIO SPECTRUM MATTERS (ERM) - SHORT RANGE DEVICES - ROAD TRANSPORT AND TRAFFIC TELEMATICS (RTTT) - SHORT RANGE RADAR EQUIPMENT OPERATING IN THE 24 GHZ RANGE - PART 2: HARMONIZED EN COVERING THE ESSENTIAShow More
Description: /O ports. It is ideal for use in both commercial and military radar systems. Lead-free and RoHS compliant. Evaluation board available on request. Key Features Frequency range: 2.9 – 3.5 GHz Pout: > 48 dBm (at Pin = 24 dBm) Large signal gain: > 24 dB (at Pin = 24 dBm) PAE: > 54 %Show More
Supplier: RFMW Ltd.
Description: . The TGA2613-SM typically provides 2.5dB noise figure, 29dBm ITOI, greater than 28.5dBm P1dB, and 12dB small signal gain. The TGA2613-SM is available in a low cost, surface mount, 24-lead 5x5mm QFN. It is ideally suited to support for both radar and communication applications. Both RF ports have
- Amplifier Type: Low Noise Amplifier
- Applications: Terrestrial RF/Microwave Systems
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
- Frequency Range: 2.50E9 to 4.00E9 Hz
Description: signal gain. It can operate under both pulse and CW conditions. The TGA2830-SM is available in a low-cost, surface mount 24 lead 5x5 Overmold QFN. It is ideally suited to support both commercial and defense related radar applications. Both RF ports have integrated DC blocking capacitors
- Amplifier Type: Power Amplifier
- Applications: Military / Defense, Mobile / Wireless Systems, Other
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
- Frequency Range: 2.70E9 to 3.50E9 Hz
Supplier: ValueTronics International, Inc.
Description: failures (MTBF) based on first- generation MXG track record Minimize downtime and expenses with self-maintenance strategy and low-cost repairs Signal characteristics 9 kHz to 3 or 6 GHz +24 dBm specified power to 3 GHz with electronic attenuator -146 dBc phase noise at 1 GHz and 20 kHz offset
- Device Type: Generator
- Generator Type: Signal
Description: are available. Product Features Typical frequency range: 4 to 14 GHz 2.3 dB nominal noise figure 25 dB nominal gain 15 dB AGC range 13 dBm nominal P1dB 24 dBm nominal OIP3 Bias: 5 V, 160 mA gate bias 5 V, 90 mA self-bias Package dimensions: 4.0 x 4.0 x 0.9 mm
- Supply Voltage (VS): 5 volts
- Quiescent Current (IQ): 0.1600 amps
- Life Cycle Stage: Maturity
Supplier: Infineon Technologies AG
Description: The BGT24MTR12 is a Silicon Germanium MMIC for signal generation and reception, operating from 24.00 to 26.00 GHz. It is based on a 24 GHz fundamental voltage controlled oscillator. A switchable frequency prescaler is included with output frequencies of 1.5 GHz and 23 kHz. The main RF output
- Operating Frequency: 2.40E10 to 2.42E10 Hz
- Supply Current: 2.10E8 nA
Supplier: Banner Engineering Corp.
Description: Detects presence, absence or change information for a target, ignoring objects and backgrounds beyond the setpoint Operates at 24 GHz in the Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) telecommunication band; no special licensing required Features rugged IP67 housing for harsh environments
- Operating Distance: 78.74 to 591 inch
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 149 F
- Output: Switched / Alarm
- Body: Rectangular
Supplier: SV Microwave, Inc.
Description: SMA is an acronym for SubMiniature version A and was developed in the 1960's. Using a threaded interface, 50 Ohm SMA connectors are precision subminiature units that provide excellent electrical performance from DC to 18 GHz. These high-performance connectors are compact in size
- RF Connector: SMA
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 M. Klotz and H. Rohling, “ 24 GHz radar sensors for automotive applica- tions,” in Proc. 13th Int. Conf. MIKON, 2000, pp. 359–362.
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