1.2 million people are killed in car accidents every year due to human errors. To reduce the number of car accidents, automotive suppliers, governments, and even non-automotive technology providers are jointly developing advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) using new millimeter waves, or mmWave radar technology. With higher resolution and range, automotive mmWave radar can enable safer driving in any condition. Developing mmWave automotive radar requires minimizing propagation loss, phase noise, IQ and frequency response errors, and noise to impact on evaluation modules.
Testing mmWave, in the 76 – 81 GHz band, demands a sophisticated test solution involving many instruments, cables, connectors, and accessories, to ensure repeatability and reliability of the test results. Download this paper now to learn more about how new mmWave automotive radar enhances ADAS for safer autonomous driving.