Radar sensors

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We offer radar transceivers which emit microwave radiation at 24.125 GHz. The emitted radiation is reflected at some objects and the reflected radiation is detected by the transceiver modules and mixed with the emitted radiation. By this, the radar sensors are can measure the speed, distance, direction of movement, and presence of objects.
Starter Kits are available to make the work easier for beginners in this subject. The manufacturer also offers test equipment to make final tests of the finished product.

Nisshinbo Micro Devices Inc. is a high performance analog semiconductor company headquartered in Tokio, Japan. The company is focused on development and production of high quality OPAmps, Power Management IC, audio and RF device. Using bipolar, CMOS and BCD technology Nisshinbo provides a wide range of products for consumer as well for industrial and automotive application.
Using own factories and technology they can commit for long term supply and also customer made device with high quality standards.
RFbeam Microwave GmbH from Switzerland (St. Gallen) is a leading supplier of planar Radar sensors, K-band measuring equipment and engineering. Their product range covers simple low cost Doppler devices as well as state-of-the-art digital and superhet transceivers and systems. Typical applications are movement and industrial sensors, traffic supervision and analyzer systems, sport measurement equipment and many other uses. 

OmniPreSense is a Silicon Valley startup company providing short range radar sensors.  Their radar sensors are used in  Smart City applications monitoring traffic or providing collision avoidance for drones and robots.  Operating in the millimeter wave spectrum, the sensors allow these systems to “see” the world around them.  This makes these systems smarter about their environment, provides improved operation, and makes the world safer.


technical contact

Wolfgang Deuschle
Fon: +49 7452 6007 929
Fax: +49 7452 6007 8929

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