Radar sensing systems have historically been designed for single applications, with hardware and software custom-developed for each purpose. This means that traditional product solutions — from the hardware to the final user experience — are bespoke. For example, a radar speed gun shares no common components with a radar air traffic control system. Recent technological advances have made radars smaller, cheaper, and lower power. They can now be easily manufactured and embedded across a variety of consumer, industrial, automotive, and medical devices. Radar has evolved into a general purpose sensor where each radar system has the potential to support many different applications.
The following 60GHz FMCW development kits are compatible with Ripple open radar APIs. The kit comes with an available ripple wrapper ready for companies to test their software with.
• Infineon (Hardware) (Software)
The following development kits are compatible with Ripple open radar APIs. The kit comes with an available source code and documentation to start developing your own radar applications using the Ripple API.
• Acconeer (Hardware)
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