Automotive Radar

Remcom offers an integrated approach for the rapid development of automotive radar sensors, from sensor design to drive test scenarios.

  • Using WaveFarer Auto Radar Simulation and Chirp Doppler to Assess Radar Performance for Drive Scenarios

    Using WaveFarer Auto Radar Simulation and Chirp Doppler to Assess Radar Performance for Drive Scenarios

    Significant innovation is taking place in automotive industry around capabilities for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Radar sensors operating at millimeter wave bands are a key technology

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  • WaveFarer Automotive Radar Simulation Software

    WaveFarer Automotive Radar Simulation Software

    An overview of WaveFarer, Remcom's targeted solution for sensor design experts.

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  • Benefits of Time-Domain EM Simulation for Automotive Radar

    Benefits of Time-Domain EM Simulation for Automotive Radar

    This whitepaper demonstrates how XFdtd's time-domain approach enables rapid development of automotive radar sensors by allowing engineers to determine performance without needing to build prototypes.

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  • EM Simulation of Automotive Radar Mounted in Vehicle Bumper

    EM Simulation of Automotive Radar Mounted in Vehicle Bumper

    This paper outlines the advantages of FDTD EM simulation for analyzing antenna-in-system designs that include both the antenna package and the automobile body features surrounding the device.

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  • WaveFarer Product Snapshot

    WaveFarer Product Snapshot

    Brief introduction to WaveFarer Automotive Radar Simulation Software.

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  • WaveFarer Automotive Radar Simulation Software

    WaveFarer Automotive Radar Simulation Software

    WaveFarer is a software tool created specifically for automotive radar sensor design and placement. It enables Tier 1 suppliers to virtually test and refine results earlier in the design process.

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