mmWave imaging radar for automotive applications – embedded world 2018
As OEMs are preparing for fully autonomous driving, the requirements for high angular resolution and high performance increase. This demo shows 4 cascaded mmWave sensors to achieve angular resolution as low as .6 degrees, which helps separate objects in dense urban scenarios.
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