Radar Sensor Exploits PCR Technology

Acconeer AB's A1 radar sensor is based on a patented technology enabling millimeter-level accuracy with low power consumption. The sensor is based on Pulsed Coherent Radar (PCR) technology, that provides several advantages including extremely high resolution while consuming micro Watts of power. Features include:

  • mm Accuracy – distance mm accuracy for one or multiple objects
  • Movement & Speed measurement - continuous measurements up to 1500 Hz
  • Material identification – distinguish between materials with different dielectric constant.
  • Microwatt – enables integration into any battery driven device
  • Optimized integration – small one chip solution with embedded RF and antenna solution that requires no need for aperture
  • Robustness – not compromised by any natural source of interference such as noise, dust, color, direct or indirect light

 

More information and specs are available from the distributor, as well as straight from the horse’s mouth.

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