77 GHz automotive digital beamforming radar with SiGe chipset
RF & Microwave Eng. Lab., Univ. of Bremen, Bremen, GermanyConference: German Microwave Conference, 2010
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In this paper, we describe the design and layout of an automotive radar sensor demonstrator for 77 GHz with a SiGe chipset and a fully parallel receiver architecture which is capable of digital beamforming and superresolution direction of arrival estimation methods in azimuth. Additionally, we show measurement results of this radar sensor mounted on a test vehicle.
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