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Montassar-BR
Radar sensor
Dear Customer, we are happy to announce you the launch of our next generation of XENSIV™ Radar 24GHz DEMO kits with Sense2GoL Pulse and Distance2GoL. ... Show More
Anonymous
Radar sensor
Does anyone have the code or tool which can get the raw data before MCU progress? Thanks
Anonymous
Radar sensor
HiI'm working on a bicycle-safety project as a CS engineering student.I want to connect the BGT24ATR12 radar (I/Q of the two Rx channels) to the DAC p... Show More
User11520
Radar sensor
Hello,did any of you have the Sense2Go firmware "Sense2Go_V2_MotionDetectionDirection_080415" for DAVE 4 instead of DAVE 3?Thanks in advance Show More
User12519
Radar sensor
Hello,I have recently procured the BGT24-RFB12 evaluation board. I had a couple of queries as below1. How to use the transparent connector to acquire ... Show More
Anonymous
Radar sensor
Dear all: I have a radar evaluation board 24GHz Radar Development Kit Based on Infineon’s RF-Transceiver BGT24MTR12 and Microcontroller XMC4400. ... Show More
Anonymous
Radar sensor
Hello,I am currently using the 24GHz automotive radar development kit and have connected my radar kit to CANoe V8.5 via a Vector box VN7600.I am able ... Show More
Anonymous
Radar sensor
Hello,I have just started using the 24GHz radar kit and am getting a 'Stuff Error' from CANoe V8.5. The radar kit is connected to the PC (with CANoe) ... Show More
Anonymous
Radar sensor
how many types of radar are there in use??
Anonymous
Radar sensor
Does anyone have a working simulation of sense2go on any software like proteus or any?
I'd really be gratefull.

thank you in advance!
Anonymous
Radar sensor
It appears Infineon has a great 60ghz if for gesture recognition. How can we find and get information about this? We like to design this for which vol... Show More
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Radar sensor

In this forum you can post your questions, comments and feedback about Infineon radar sensors. As market leader in radar chips, we offer a wide portfolio of mmWave radar sensors as part of our XENSIV™ sensor family – including Doppler radar as well as FMCW radar systems. This portfolio includes the smallest 24 GHz MMIC in the market as well as the largest and most integrated 24 GHz radar transceiver family currently available. Those radar chips are designed to support different industrial, home and consumer applications. In addition, we also have radar sensors in the 60 GHz range, which are used in consumer products such as the Google Pixel 4 smartphone. Some of the radars have a state machine that enables the operation of the device autonomously, i.e., without an external microcontroller or further signal processing. Here you can also find the links to the latest board pages, GitHub, documents, tools and FAQs.