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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 antennas
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 ESSENTIA
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Radar Sensor, 2 In NPT Mounting, Voltage 24 DC, Housing Material Aluminum, Range 100 Ft, Range 30.5 Meters, Resolution 0.44/11.0 In/mm, 6.3 GHz, Beam Angle 20 Degrees, Overall Length 7.3 In, Overall Dia 4 In, Standards FCC
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
Description: TriQuint's TGA2239 is a Ku-band, high power MMIC amplifier fabricated on TriQuint's production 0.15um GaN on SiC process. The TGA2239 operates from 13 - 15.5 GHz and provides a superior combination of power, gain and efficiency by achieving greater than 35 W of saturated output power with 24
- Amplifier Type: Power Amplifier
- Applications: Radar Systems, SATCOM Amplifier, Other
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
- Frequency Range: 1.30E10 to 1.55E10 Hz
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
Description: TriQuint's TGA2312-FL is a high power amplifier operating between 9 and 10 GHz and typically providing 48 dBm of saturated output power, 38% power-added efficiency, and 13 dB small signal gain. Ideally suited for marine and weather radar, the TGA2312-FL is packaged in a CuW-base, flanged package
- Amplifier Type: Power Amplifier
- Applications: Mobile / Wireless Systems
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
- Frequency Range: 9.00E9 to 1.00E10 Hz
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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R2S-UMB Precipitation Sensor
Present weather sensor for precipitation speed/type/intensity. The drop speed is captured with a 24-GHz-Doppler radar. The precipitation quantity and intensity is calculated from the correlation between drop size and speed. The type of precipitation (rain, snow, sleet, freezing rain, hail) is detected from the difference in drop speed. The measurement data are available for further processing in the form of a standard protocol (Lufft UMB protocol). (read more)
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Benefits of Time-Domain Simulation for Auto Radar
Trends in automotive safety are pushing radar systems to higher levels of accuracy and reliable target identification for applications like blind spot detection and collision prevention assistance. Consequently, the requirements for automotive radar sensors in common ranges such as 24 GHz and/or 77 GHz are becoming more stringent and engineers need to better understand how design decisions affect performance. Time-domain electromagnetic simulation promotes rapid development by allowing... (read more)
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Uncle Sam to mobile robot makers: Don't reinvent the wheel
with such options as a 15-ft telescoping mast, 2D laser rangefinder, 24-GHz radars, differential GPS, and FLIR cameras. Possible payloads include weapon modules, manual drive-by-wire, damage control, storage, and fuel. On the Tags-CX, JAUS promotes plug-and-play with a standard interface
Microwave Office Enables First Pass Design Success for World's Only Pocket-Sized Sports Radar Gun
The Pocket Radar team set out to completely redesign the size and shape of traditional radar guns, opening a new market for a small, low-cost, accurate and convenient product. This required operation at 24 GHz using tiny, low-cost, off-the-shelf components and inexpensive substrates. The first
DaimlerChrysler Qualifies ECCOSORB (R) GDS
S-Class vehicles. This new technology is a short-range radar system that operates at 24 GHz and is placed within the vehicle's bumpers.
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The 24 GHz radar sensor is used for short range and wide angle detection.
Road-Condition Recognition Using 24-GHz Automotive Radar
 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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A Compact 24 GHz Radar Sensor for Vehicle Sideway-Looking Applications .
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In the current automotive market, 24GHz radar sensors are used for short/mid-range applications and 77GHz radar sensors are mostly used for long-range applications.
An LTCC multilayer packaged 24�?Ghz short�?range radar with an embeded Tx leakage canceller
C. Kim, J. Kim, and S. Hong, A quadrature radar topology with Tx leakage canceller for 24 GHz radar applications, IEEE Trans Micro- wave Theory Tech 55 (2007), 1438–1444.
Automotive Research Report - ADAS Systems Trends - Q3 2013
Audi Side Assist is a lane change assist application monitoring an area up to 70 meters behind the vehicle through two 24 GHz radar sensors.
Handbook of Intelligent Vehicles
‘‘Audi Side Assist’’ is based on two 24 GHz radar sensors with narrow-band transmis- sion that are integrated behind the left and right corners of the rear bumper, making them invisible from the outside.
Waveform Design and Diversity for Advanced Radar Systems
Environmental sensing for a car can be based on a single automotive 24 GHz radar sensor.
Pedestrian detection procedure integrated into an 24 GHz automotive radar
A radar sensor measures the target range and radial velocity very accurate and with high resolution even in multiple target situations and there is tremen- dous progress in 24 GHz radar sensor development.
24-GHz MMIC development using 0.15-µm GaAs PHEMT process for automotive radar applications
 M. Klotz, and H. Rohling, “ 24 GHz Radar Sensors for Automotive Applications,�? IEEE Microwave and Wireless Comp. Lett. vol.
A compact 24 GHz radar sensor for vehicle sideway-looking applications
A compact 24 GHz radar sensor for vehicle sideway-looking applications .