CMOS SoC Breaks New Ground For mmWave 3D Imaging

Vayyar Imaging launches what it is calling the world’s most advanced System on a Chip (SOC) for mmWave 3D imaging. The device integrates an unprecedented number of transceivers and an advanced DSP creating high-resolution contour with high accuracy. The Vayyar chip covers imaging and radar bands from 3 GHz to 81 GHz with 72 transmitters and 72 receivers in one chip. Enhanced by an integrated, high-performance DSP with large internal memory, the sensor does not need an external CPU to execute complex imaging algorithms. Breaking through current constraints, it supports very high bandwidth, which produces high levels of accuracy and a high-resolution image.

 

The sensor differentiates between objects and people, determines location while mapping large areas, and

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creates a 3D image of the environment. It can simultaneously detect and classify a variety of

targets in real time. By using wideband radio waves, the sensor penetrates different types of materials and operates in

every weather or light condition, making it applicable for the automotive and industrial markets.

 

The technology is currently being used in multiple applications across a range of sectors that includes:

  • Construction
  • Elder care
  • Breast cancer imaging
  • Automotive
  • Smart home
  • Retail
  • Robotics 

To see the SoC in action, you can watch a video demo and for more details, checkout the product page.

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