The top down approach to derive requirements for future radar sensors for autonomous driving is due to its complexity hardly possible. Thus this paper presents the bottom up approach and shows future trends and directions of automotive radar development. This overview paper focusses on functional and non-functional aspects, whereas technological trends are only treated very shortly.
This paper presents the results of initial measurements collected using a compact 60 GHz stepped-frequency continuous-wave (SFCW) imaging radar based on nonlinear transmission lines (NLTLs), and driving a pair of dual-waveguide-fed horn antennas. A range resolution of 2.22 cm is achieved using a bandwidth of over 6.5 GHz, and synthetic focusing is applied to achieve an azimuth resolution of 1 cm with...
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