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Small-Size and Low-Cost Wideband 800 MHz Delay Line Tunable from 1.3 ns to 1.67 µs for Automotive Radar Sensor

Fabien Arzur 1, 2 Marc Le Roy 1, * André Pérennec 1 Gérard Tanné 1 Nicolas Bordais 2
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Lab-STICC - Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance, UBO - Université de Brest
Abstract : A small-size and low-cost wideband delay line tunable over a 1250:1 delay range is presented in this paper. The delay line should take place afterward in an automotive radar target simulator. The initial specifications require merging different technologies to simulate the desired distances from 0.2 m to 250 m with a high resolution and a large frequency band better than 800 MHz. Three technologies are highlighted, SAW filters, optical fibers and LTCC components, to generate delays between 1.33 ns and 1.67 µs. Prototypes were realized, tested and characterized for each technology. Moreover, a hybridization of these technologies is proposed together, with the whole delay line simulations.
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Fabien Arzur, Marc Le Roy, André Pérennec, Gérard Tanné, Nicolas Bordais. Small-Size and Low-Cost Wideband 800 MHz Delay Line Tunable from 1.3 ns to 1.67 µs for Automotive Radar Sensor. IEEE MTT-S 2017 International Conference on Microwaves for Intelligent Mobility : ICMIM2017 , Mar 2017, Nagoya, Japon. pp.1-4. ⟨hal-01507282⟩



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