Production-Ready Automotive Radar Test System
976 (W) x 1750 (L) x 2030 (H)
Target generator specs
No. of objects
Radar Cross Section (RCS)
Up to 4 artificial objects at pre-configured distances (variable distance option is under development)
4 m – 300 m (minimum air gap of 0.8 m; extendable up to 1.20 m)
± 500 km/h doppler shifting for all objects or for each individual object – under development
± 40 dBm2 configurable per individual object (e.g. metal can, human being, car, truck, etc.)
Monostatic (e.g. MIMO Radar meas.) and bistatic (e.g. high isolation) options
24.05-24.25/24.5 GHz; 76-77 GHz; 77-81 GHz ETSI EN 301 091-1; ETSI EN 302 264; ETSI EN 301 489-51; ETSI EN 302 858; ETSI EN 303 396; 2014/53/EU (RED)
100-230 VAC @ 50/60 Hz Rated current: 16 A (20 A max.)
IF input for interference generation IF output for spectrum/power analysis
PARTS is a high-resolution test solution developed by Controlar for testing automotive radars in the production line (EoL). It ensures automated pass/fail automotive radar validation for quality control and safety compliance.
PARTS is suitable for multimode radars (Longe-range, Medium-range and Short-range Radars) covering multiple frequency bands (24; 76-77; 77-81 GHz) and includes a 3D pan-tilt system for radar antenna’s radiation diagram and EIRP (Effective Isotropic Radiated Power) measurement.
Based on a semi-automatic process and high-quality fixturing for quick change over, it allows easy operation and product maneuvering by the user. This high-quality test solution can be integrated into automated factory production lines.
PARTS is an all-in-one solution composed of various blocks:
- Radar Target Generator*
- Semi-automatic load/unload of radar Unit Under Test (UUT)
- Anechoic and shielded chamber for testing and validation of radar
- UUTs Baseline machine – main computer, HMI, PLCs for automation and motors control, electrical board, etc.
(*) Powered by R&S® AREG100A automotive radar echo generator
PARTS is specifically suited for the Automotive industry for the functional testing of radar components.