Teardown Analysis of the Autoliv MRR77 GHz Multi Mode Radar is Now Available

Research and Markets has now added a complete Teardown Analysis report of the Autoliv MRR77GHz Multi Mode RadarAutoliv is one of the leading automotive radar system suppliers. The MRR77GHz Mulit Mode Radar is a new radar configuration which combines two radar systems for long and medium ranges in to a single set. The new Autoliv 77 GHz Multi-mode Radar expands the detection area of a conventional radar system, and significantly reduces the cost of safety equipment.

The system integrates two electronic boards including Texas Instruments' microcontroller and automotive vision processor. The radio-frequency (RF) board is manufactured with an asymmetric structure using a hybrid PTFE/FR4 substrate and is equipped with planar antennas. It uses Infineon's 77 GHz SiGe monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) as its high-frequency transmitter and receiver. The RF dies are packaged in the latest version of eWLB, the fan-out wafer level package developed and manufactured by Infineon. The transmitter and receiver are connected to a dual power amplifier and to a waveform generator from Infineon.

Based on a complete teardown analysis of the Autoliv Multi Mode Radar, the Research and Markets’ report provides bill-of-material (BOM) and manufacturing cost of the radar sensor and a comparison with the Bosch MRR and Delphi RACam.

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