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Challenges in Automotive Radars - To be addressed in Radar Training

Today's auto mechanics who undergo automotive radar training are called "autotronics technicians." They must be knowledgeable about the part of the electromagnetic spectrum called millimeter waves, located between microwave and infrared waves. This frequency range covers 30 gigahertz (GHz) to  300 GHz. It allows for faster digital communications using radar and 5G. Here's a look at how millimeter waves facilitate automotive radar training and testing.

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Concept - The SkyRadar Automotive Laboratory

The scope of application for radars is strongly increasing in the fields of automotive. SkyRadar suggests an automotive radar lab with 77 GHz radars based on the FreeScopes technology for vocational education.

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The B-Scopes in FreeScopes 7 (Video)

The FreeScopes Module Basic I includes the B-scopes. This video shows its functionalities and explains how it can be applied just in time on live IQ data in a bloc diagram editor.

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NextGen Pulse Training Radar & FreeScopes 7 - Beautiful Images in the PPI & a Thrilling Technology (Video)

We walked in front of a rotating radar. Look at the impressive images and the toolset for education in ATSEP, vocational qualification and university education.

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Why is the FFT Plot of a pulsed-Doppler radar mirrored? (Video)

When it comes to radar, the FFT (Fast-Fourier Transform) is used to convert time domain signals into frequencies. An example of its use is for converting the dual channels of a pulse-Doppler radar from time domain into range-Doppler data.

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