Uhnder and dSPACE have joined forces to jointly develop radar solutions.
Radar sensors must detect their surroundings reliably and in great detail. For road use, this means implementation of robust measures to minimise interference and disturbance signals. Hence, Uhnder has developed a unique digital Radar-on-Chip (RoC), using a combination of advanced CMOS and Digital Code Modulation (DCM) technology. Uhnder’s 4D digitally-modulated radar chip integrates 192 virtual channels onto a single chip with High Contrast Resolution (HCR) for a much longer detection range and angular resolution as well as separate small radar reflectors from proximate large reflectors.
Throughout the development process, Uhnder relies upon dSPACE Automotive Radar Target Simulators to subject its sensors to the most realistic tests possible until they are approved for production.
“Digitally-modulated radar signals offer significant advantages in ADAS and AD applications. The radar test solutions from dSPACE made it easy for us to investigate interferences between radar systems and to advance our systems as realistically as possible,” says Ralf Reuter, Senior Director of Customer and Application Engineering at Uhnder, about the initial results of the collaboration.