short-range radar


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short-range radar

[′shȯrt ¦rānj ′rā‚där]
(engineering)
Radar whose maximum line-of-sight range, for a reflecting target having 1 square meter of area perpendicular to the beam, is between 50 and 150 miles (80 and 240 kilometers).
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Use of short-range radars represents the first application of ultra wideband technology on a European scale.
Since all radio frequency bands are in use, it was necessary to open an existing band for short-range radars already used by other important services (mobile telephony, meteorological satellites, police radars,...) whilst avoiding undermining the accuracy of these services.
To Get more insights on Automotive Radar Market, Visit- https://www.factmr.com/report/23/automotive-radar-market Through 2022, the demand for short-range radar is expected to remain on a higher side -- accounting for over the half of the total value of automotive radar market.
The North Warning System is made up of 47 unmanned long and short-range radar stations that extend across the North from Labrador to Alaska and has substituted the DEW Line (Distant Early Warning line) in 1985.
The new Blind Spot Assist system is activated at speeds of 30 km/h or more and uses four short-range radar sensors.
Through 2022, the demand for short-range radar is expected to remain on a higher side -- accounting for over the half of the total value of automotive radar market.
Another production-ready highlight is the new short-range radar, which assists car drivers when turning and protects cyclists and pedestrians.
Short-range radar, day- and night-vision cameras and lidar were added to the Falco for the Svan project.
Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry's leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, announces a global distribution agreement with OmniPreSense, developers of short-range radar sensors for traffic monitoring, drones, robotics, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
The Escalade's technologies include active safety features to help protect occupants before, during and after a collision, such as front and rear automatic braking, which relies on short-range radar technology on Premium Luxury and Platinum models.
MPI makes probe stations such as the TS150-THZ, which addresses the challenging test requirements of multiple emerging markets and applications, such as automotive radar, noninvasive imaging, defense, security and surveillance, short-range radar, and 5G communications.
Consequently, the AMCW method was used in some special applications such as a short-range radar and plasma diagnostics [15].

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