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Autonomous Vehicles and Safety Mandates Raise Demand and Performance in Automotive Radars

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Report Summary:

The advent of autonomous vehicles and emergency braking requirements in traffic intersections by 2020 will lead to growth in demand for automotive RADARs.  Furthermore, the performance requirements in RADARs will increase as they will have to provide enhancement in sensing accuracy and redundancy to cover a wider range of applications to include pedestrian recognition and curb stone detection.  This report will look at the new technologies and strategies being developed to meet these new requirements, such as the recent announcements of new RF CMOS chip sets to lower cost, size and power consumption.

Table of Contents

1.            Executive Summary

2.            Introduction

3.            Semiconductor Technology
3.1          Gallium Arsenide
3.2          Silicon Germanium
3.3          RF CMOS

4.            Frequencies and Bandwidth
4.1          24 GHz UWB
4.2          24 GHz NB
4.3          76 and 77 GHz UWB
4.4          79 GHz UWB

5.            Applications and Performance
5.1          Park Assist
5.2          Pedestrian Recognition
5.3          Front Corner Alert
5.4          Multimode RADARs

6.            Modulation Techniques
6.1          Shift Keying
6.2          Pulse Coding
6.3          MIMO
6.4          Polarimetric
6.5          Beam Bouncing

7.            Data Processing and Network
7.1          Mixed Signal
7.2          Microcontrollers and Memory
7.3          In-Vehicle Networking
7.3.1      Centralized Architectures
7.3.2      Serial Interfaces

8.            System Demand Forecast
8.1          Distance Warning
8.1.1       Distance Warning System Demand
8.1.2       Distance Warning Sensor Demand
8.1.3       Distance Warning LRR Demand by Region
8.1.4       Distance Warning MRR Demand by Region
8.1.5       Assumptions
8.2          Blindspot Detection
8.2.1       Blindspot Detection System Demand
8.2.2       Blindspot Detection Sensor Demand
8.2.3       Blindspot Detection SRR Demand by Region
8.2.4       Assumptions
8.3          Front Corner Alert
8.3.1       Front Corner Alert System Demand
8.3.2       Front Corner Alert Sensor Demand
8.3.3       Front Corner Alert MRR Demand by Region
8.3.4       Assumptions
8.4          Parking (Surround View)
8.4.1       Parking (Surround View) System Demand
8.4.2       Parking (Surround View) Sensor Demand
8.4.3       Parking (Surround View) SRR Demand by Region
8.4.4       Assumptions

9.            Sensor Demand Forecast
9.1          LRR
9.1.1       LRR By Region
9.1.2       LRR By Application
9.2          MRR
9.2.1       MRR By Region
9.2.2       MRR By Application
9.3          SRR
9.3.1       SRR By Region
9.3.2       SRR By Application

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