Radar Sensors

170 Radar Sensors from 24 manufacturers listed on everything RF

RADAR sensors are used to detect an object's distance, direction, speed, angle, presence, and movement, up to a specified distance range. They usually consist of transmitter & receiver circuits with integrated antenna, signal processing circuits, and other supporting circuits. Radar sensors from the leading manufacturers are listed below. Narrow down on radar sensors based on the frequency, type and other parameters. View product specifications, download datasheets and get pricing/quotes on products that meet your requirement.

iSYS-6030 Image
Description:Rugged FMCW Radar Sensor from 60 to 64 GHz for Collision Avoidance
Type:
Sensor Module
Detection Methods:
FM-CW
Measurements:
Distance
Frequency:
60 to 64 GHz
Application Industry:
Automotive
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SC1240AR3 Image
Description:60 GHz RADAR Sensor for 1D to 3D Sensing
Type:
Transceiver
Detection Methods:
FM-CW
Measurements:
Angle, Distance, Speed
Frequency:
57.1 to 63.9 GHz
Application Industry:
Automotive
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
No of Rx Channels:
2 Channels
No of Tx Channels:
1 Channel
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Description:60 GHz, 20-meter Pulsed Coherent Radar Sensor
Type:
Sensor Module
Measurements:
Distance, Movement, Speed
Frequency:
57 to 64 GHz
Application Industry:
Automotive
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Output Power:
11 dBm
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SRIR256V2 Image
Description:Real-time 4D Imaging Radar System from 76 to 81 GHz
Detection Methods:
Doppler
Measurements:
Movement, Direction, Distance, Speed
Frequency:
76 to 81 GHz
Application Industry:
Automotive
No of Rx Channels:
16 Channels
No of Tx Channels:
16 Channels
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OPS241-B Image
Description:Radar Sensor Module
Type:
Sensor Module
Detection Methods:
FM-CW
Measurements:
Distance
Frequency Band:
K-Band
Output Power:
0.6 to 1.4 W
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Description:K-Band Radar Transceiver from 23.5 to 24.5 GHz
Type:
Transceiver
Detection Methods:
Doppler
Measurements:
Distance
Frequency:
23.51 to 24.51 GHz
Frequency Band:
K-band
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Antenna Type:
Patch
No of Rx Channels:
1 Channel
No of Tx Channels:
1 Channel
Output Power:
15 to 20 dBm
Antenna Gain:
17.5 dBi
LNA Gain:
18 dB
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TS24GTR11S-P Image
Description:24 GHz Radar Transceiver
Type:
Transceiver
Frequency:
24 GHz
Frequency Band:
K-band
No of Rx Channels:
1 Channel
No of Tx Channels:
1 Channel
Output Power:
14 dBm(PA)
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Description:24 to 24.25 GHz Radar Sensor Module
Type:
Sensor Module
Detection Methods:
Doppler
Measurements:
Movement, Speed, Direction, Distance
Frequency:
24 to 24.25 GHz
Frequency Band:
K-Band
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
No of Rx Channels:
1 Channel
No of Tx Channels:
1 Channel
Output Power:
17 dBm
Antenna Gain:
22 dBi
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BSS-RAD-GEN1 V4 Image
Description:24.05 to 24.25 GHz Radar Sensor Module
Type:
Sensor Module
Measurements:
Speed, Distance, Angle
Frequency:
24.05 to 24.25 GHz
Frequency Band:
K-Band
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Description:60 GHz High-Resolution SiGe BiCMOS FMCW Radar Sensor
Type:
Transceiver
Detection Methods:
FM-CW
Measurements:
Direction, Distance
Frequency:
57.4 GHz 63 GHz
Integrated Antenna:
Yes
Antenna Type:
Patch
No of Rx Channels:
1 Channel
No of Tx Channels:
1 Channel
Antenna Gain:
3 dBi
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What are RADAR Sensors?

A RADAR sensor is a sensor used to detect an object's distance, direction, speed, angle, presence, and movement, up to a specified distance range. The radar sensor usually consists of transmitter & receiver circuits with integrated antenna, signal processing circuits, and other supporting circuits. The transmitter sends out radio waves and strikes the object in their path and returns back (echo signal) to the receiver. The signal processing circuit processes the received signal to determine the object's distance, direction, speed, etc.

Radar sensors use detection methods such as frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW), Doppler effect, continuous wave (CW), and FSK-CW (frequency shift keying-continuous wave). These sensors are ideal for use in the front-end for gesture sensing, high-resolution FMCW radar, short-range sensing operations, 3D position detection, 3D presence/absence detection, autonomous activation, drone collision avoidance, robotic control, etc.

Key Specifications for Radar Sensors:

  • Detection Methods: These are the detection methods involved in the radar sensor. They may use Doppler/CW/FMCW/FSK-CW.
  • Operating Frequency: It is the range of frequency of operation of the radar sensor.
  • Number of Tx/Rx channels: These are the number of transmitter/receiver channels available in the sensor. They can range from 1, 2, 3, 4 channels or more.

everything RF lists Radar Sensors from the leading manufacturers. Use the parametric search tools to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Once you find parts that meet your specification, download the data sheet, compare products and request quotations. Inquiries sent via everything RF are directed to the manufacturers who get back to you with a quote or information.

 


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