Radar target simulator addresses test of automotive 4D sensors

October 08, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Radar target simulator addresses test of automotive 4D sensors
With the DARTS 9040-G radar target simulator, dSpace presents the first simulator which simultaneously processes radar signals with up to 5 GHz bandwidth. The device is used to develop the latest generation of high-resolution radar sensors for driver assistance systems and autonomous driving applications.

For the precise detection of the driving scenario, self-driving cars require high-resolution radar sensors which, in addition to detailed images, provide a wide field of view as well as height, distance and speed information. The dSpace DARTS 9040-G automotive radar test system with its high resolution and signal quality supports the demanding tests of these sensors from development to approval. The area of application ranges from chip design and sensor development to end-of-line testing.

The DARTS 9040-G covers the frequency range from 76 to 81 GHz simultaneously. The compact RF front-ends can be easily and flexibly positioned in new test arrangements.

In continuoulys expanding its DARTS portfolio, dSpace is working in close cooperation with partners ITS and miro-sys.


More information: https://www.dspace.com/

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