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RF/Microwave Technology Driving the Connected Car

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WHITE PAPER RF/Microwave Technology Driving the Connected Car In-car networks and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), made possible through wireless sensors, driver-assist radar, vehicle communications, and related electronics, present many design challenges to engineers. Simulation software enables design teams to effectively manage the complex design and integration challenges associated with developing these high-speed and RF-enabled networks. Through proper analysis and design automation software from Cadence, engineering teams can accelerate the design of robust devices to meet performance, size, weight, and cost requirements while reducing time to market. This white paper looks at Cadence ® AWR Design Environment ® software solutions for RF to millimeter-wave (mmWave) front-end component development through the Cadence Intelligent System Design™ portfolio to specifically address electronic product development for automotive applications. Contents Design Overview ............................................................................... 2 Challenges for ADAS Design and Analysis ............................... 2 Radar Design ......................................................................................5 60GHz FMCW MIMO Radar Example ............................................8 77GHz Antenna Array Design ...................................................... 10 EM Analysis for Design Verification ........................................... 13 AiP Solutions .................................................................................... 14 Conclusion ........................................................................................ 16 References ....................................................................................... 16

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