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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Its high melt temperature of 330C improves multilayer layer-to-layer registration and offers improved thermal stability, while its low effective dielectric constant (3.14 @10GHz), low loss (0.002), 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.
Its high melt temperature of +330C improves multilayer layer-to-layer registration and offers improved thermal stability, while its low effective dielectric constant (3.14 @10GHz), low loss (0.002), 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.
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