collision-avoidance radar

collision-avoidance radar

[kə′lizh·ən ə′vȯid·əns ‚rā‚där]
(engineering)
Radar equipment utilized in a collision-avoidance system.
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Together, the world-record SSPA and highly-acclaimed TWTA open the way to a THz future featuring devices that can generate, detect, process, and radiate extremely high-frequency signals, and push what is possible in areas ranging from high-resolution security imaging, collision-avoidance radar, high data rate communications, and remote detection systems for dangerous chemicals and explosives.
But cars with "semi-autonomous" features, such as collision-avoidance radar that maintains a safe distance from the car ahead, are already on the market.
One company, The Armonk in New York, said the process will enable chip operation speeds of 200 GHz, providing advanced communications technologies such as automobile collision-avoidance radar.
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Another use could be for collision-avoidance radar and automatic cruise control.
It should be useful for monitoring air quality, controlling pollution, and improving collision-avoidance radar.
The company expects that once its XRL equipment is qualified for production of semiconductor products for military applications, GaAs chip manufacturers will move to install these XRL systems into their commercial product manufacturing facilities to produce high-performance chips for a variety of consumer applications such as automotive collision-avoidance radar systems and high-speed optical fiber data transmission.
002), and thin core offerings make it an ideal circuit material for millimeter frequencies, including 77 GHz used in long range automotive collision-avoidance radar systems.
Applications operating in this frequency band include automotive collision-avoidance radar, aerospace and defense, and microwave-radio systems.
002), and thin core offerings make it an ideal circuit material for millimeter wave frequencies, including 77 GHz used in long range automotive collision-avoidance radar systems.
Target applications include cellular telephones, wireless local area networks (LANs), collision-avoidance radar, defense electronics and satellite-communications links.
For several years, we have been working with General Motors to apply advanced military-derived millimeter-wave technology towards development of a low-cost collision-avoidance radar for automotive applications,'' Finley said.
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