MMICs for automotive and traffic applications

Coloquhoun A, Schmidt LP (1992)

Publication Language: English

Publication Type: Conference contribution, Conference Contribution

Publication year: 1992

Publisher: IEEE

Event location: Miami US

DOI: 10.1109/gaas.1992.247236


A number of applications of microwave and, in particular, millimeter-wave MMICs (monolithic microwave integrated circuits) in automotive systems are under development. The authors review these applications and give the current status of some of these developments. The applications considered are sensors (both radar and radiometric), communication systems, and traffic control systems. MMICs for the following specific systems are considered: speed sensors, electronic toll collection, and collision avoidance radar.

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Coloquhoun, A., & Schmidt, L.-P. (1992). MMICs for automotive and traffic applications. In Proceedings of the GaAs IC Symp. Miami, US: IEEE.


Coloquhoun, A, and Lorenz-Peter Schmidt. "MMICs for automotive and traffic applications." Proceedings of the GaAs IC Symp, Miami IEEE, 1992.

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