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EM Simulation Of Automotive Radar Mounted In Vehicle Bumper By Remcom
Trends in automobile safety are pushing radar systems to higher levels of accuracy and reliability. Consequently, it is imperative that engineers understand how mounting brackets, fascia, paint color, and bumper assemblies affect automotive radar systems. In this paper, a 24 GHz sensor is used to discuss the differences between a simulation of a stand-alone sensor and one that is mounted in a vehicle.
Spotlight On Unmanned Systems
Multiplexer For Radar, EW, And ELINT API Technologies’ NF29525 multiplexer is ideal for radar, electronic warfare, and electronics intelligence applications. This datasheet provides information on its features, specifications, performance parameters, and more.
API Technologies Corp.
350 To 1,200 MHz Broadband Blade Antenna Model BL1-16180 has an exceptionally broad bandwidth that spans nearly two octaves. Its operating band (<2:1 VSWR) is 350 to 1,200 MHz. It provides omnidirectional coverage in a thin, rugged package.
Haigh-Farr, Inc. | AUVSI Booth 526
Antenna Modeling Software Savant is a simulation software used to predict installed antenna performance and antenna-to-antenna coupling in complex environments. Its multicore, GPU, and MPI parallelized engine accounts for creeping waves, curved surface ray divergence correction, blockage, diffraction, multi-bounce, and PTD wedge correction.
Miniature VCTCXO This VCTCXO covers 10 to 52 MHz and measures in at 2.50 x 2.00 x 0.80 mm. It’s ideal for applications in telecommunications, avionics, military, industrial controls, and for integration into handheld test equipment.
Precision Devices Inc. | AUVSI Booth 416
RF Booster Amplifier For Tactical Radio Equipment This datasheet includes general, mechanical, and environmental specifications for AR Modular RF’s AR-55L. This RF booster amplifier is ideal for integration into tactical radio equipment and covers the 1,200 to 1,900 MHz frequency range.
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems (AUVSI) is the world's largest nonprofit organization devoted exclusively to advancing the unmanned systems and robotics community. With more than 8,000 attendees and 550+ exhibitors from more than 40 countries, AUVSI's Unmanned Systems is recognized as the leading event for the unmanned systems marketplace and is the place to meet the industry's top decision makers. The conference features the most comprehensive collection of unmanned systems for every domain — air, ground, and maritime.
This datasheet contains specifications for Phonon’s 101654.103 640 MHz voltage-controlled SAW oscillator. This oscillator is ideal for analog signal processing in radar, communications, electronic warfare, and other defense and space applications.
The VBC-860 antenna contains two broadband dipole arrays designed to work from 800 MHz to 2,500 MHz and from 2,500 MHz to 6,000 MHz. The antenna exhibits exceptional gain in an omni-directional pattern. It is designed with compliance to the strictest military specifications.
Microsemi-RFIS offers a variety of frequency synthesizers designed for applications where small step size, low phase-noise, broad tuning range, and low power consumption are required. These products are designed to meet the demanding requirements of field portable SATCOM terminals, control links for UAVs, and test/measurement applications.
This brochure provides an overview of NuPower’s XtenderTM series of bidirectional RF power amplifiers. They combine power efficiency, a compact size, and ruggedized packaging, making them an ideal amplifier solution for unmanned vehicles, ISR, tactical communications, and other applications with size, weight, and power consumption restrictions.
In this video, the installed performance of an 8 GHz SATCOM reflector antenna on a UAV platform is modeled using Delcross Savant. Full 3D far field radiation patterns are computed and animated as the gimbaled antenna assembly is rotated through 360 degrees under a radome inside the forward UAV sensor compartment.