Millimeter wave frequency operation offers wide bandwidths, precise localization, and rich material interaction and penetration capability. Meeting consumer demand for enhanced safety, 77GHz automotive radar is one of the fastest growing features in automotive. Leveraging the dense integration and fast transistor performance of modern silicon processes, emerging MMICs are delivering higher performance in a smaller form factor and are also extending the mm-wave capabilities to other sensing markets. Radar’s next frontier is to improve angular resolution towards a true imaging radar that can complement or displace lidars in highly automated driving. This talk will cover these application trends and how they are enabled by emerging radar ICs.
Brian Ginsburg received his S.B., M.Eng., and Ph.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He joined Texas Instruments, Dallas, Texas in 2007 working in its wireless business and TI’s Kilby Labs. Now, he is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff and the systems manager of TI’s radar business. He has served on the technical program committee for the International Solid-State Circuits Symposium and is Symposium Chair of the 2022 Symposium on VLSI Technology and Circuits.
Important: The participation is free of charge, but registration is required
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