1 Mar 2022
In the Future Your Entire Car Could Be a Radar Antenna, Says IDTechEx
Radar miniaturization is one of the key trends that IDTechEx has identified in "Automotive Radar 2022-2042". There are several factors that are contributing towards this, such as moving from 24GHz to 77GHz which shrinks the antenna size. Or, transitioning from SiGe-BiCMOS based transceivers to Si-CMOS ones, which reduces the number of discrete computational components and shrinks the circuit board. So, with the size continuing to come down, IDTechEx asks, how small can it get?
20 Jan 2022
Zadar Labs - Software Definied Radars
The automotive radar market is rife with innovative technologies coming from start-ups. Zadar's contribution to the space is a re-imaging of the boundary between software and hardware. New Si-CMOS based componentry is making radar's much more flexible and facilitating on-the-fly, over-the-air updates that can continuously improve the radar's performance over the lifetime of the vehicle.
16 Dec 2021
Uhnder - digital code modulation automotive radar
Uhnder is a start up working on radar on chip technologies for automotive and other applications. Uhnder use a 28nm Silicon CMOS technology to construct a single chip with 192 virtual channels giving high imaging potential. Uhnder has also moved away from the widely frequency modulated continuous wave emission pattern in facour of digital code modulation, this brings increased performance and robustness to interference.
24 Nov 2021
GenesInk is a French SME that offers a range of conductive and semiconducting inks based on nanoparticles that are synthesized in-house. Targeted applications include EMI shielding, Human-Machine Interface, conductive busbars, antennas, sensors and transport layers in organic semiconducting devices. IDTechEx caught up with GenesInk to find out about the latest developments.
3 Nov 2021
NXP - automotive radar components
NXP are one of the largest suppliers of semiconductor products in the world. One of the ways it contributes to ADAS and autonomous automotive technologies is through its radar components. IDTechEx spoke to NXP about current technology and future trends in radar components at the 2021 ITS World Congress in Hamburg
27 Oct 2021
Quad Industries is a Belgian contract manufacturer of printed electronics that also offers product development services. This profile is based on a presentation given by Quad Industries but hosted by IMEC as part of its 'Europractice webinar series', and includes details of some application examples.
21 Oct 2021
Continental - automotive radar and LiDAR suppliers
Continental are one of the largest automotive tier 1 suppliers, and one of the largest suppliers of radar for ADAS applications such as adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking. IDTechEx spoke to Continental at ITS World Congress 2021 in Hamburg.
24 Aug 2021
Zadar is a radar start-up specialising in next-generation SAE level 2+ applications.
9 Aug 2021
Metawave is a radar antenna specialist who has developed an analogue beam forming radar chip, offering high resolution and 250m range.
9 Apr 2021
Nexperia: GaN for EV Power Electronics
SiC has been shown as an alternative to Si in electric vehicle power electronics, especially for high voltage applications. At a recent webinar, Nexperia detailed their GaN technology for on-board chargers, DC/DC converters and traction inverters.
18 Jan 2021
5G and WiFi 6 at CES 2021
5G was a key topic at CES 2020 and this trend continued to 2021. In this premium article, IDTechEx cover a few of the 5G highlights as well as the WiFi 6/6E devices that were presented at CES 2021.
12 Oct 2020
Primo1D have developed a robust 1-dimensional RFID tag called E-Thread that can be incorporated within a thread, enabling it to be embedded within textiles or other products (such as rubber goods and cables) much more easily than a typical 2D tag.
2 Oct 2020
This is an update with Antti Backman, CEO of Delektre. The company is involved in the printed and flexible electronics market, including a ring product using flexible, organic electronics to create a non-invasive optical sensing technique for a variety of physiological parameters.
18 Aug 2020
RadSee was established in May 2017 in Isreal. It was founded by Dr Rafaeli and Mr Arnon Afgin.