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Hybrid Architecture of a Compact, Low-cost and Gain Compensated Delay Line Switchable From 1 m to 250 m for Automotive Radar Target Simulator

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 : An hybrid architecture of a compact, low-cost and gain compensated delay line switchable from 1 m to 250 m is presented in this paper. The delay line takes place in a Radar Target Simulator to allow testing automotive radar sensors. A hybridization of different technologies is presented to simulate delays on the entire range with a 20 cm resolution step and a frequency band of 800 MHz. Three technologies, LTCC components, optical fibers and SAW filters, were combined to cover the entire distance range. The whole system also ensures a gain compensation and equalization in the entire frequency band, as well as the simulation of the Radar Cross Section (RCS) of various targets over the entire distance range.
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Fabien Arzur, Marc Le Roy, André Pérennec, Gérard Tanné, Nicolas Bordais. Hybrid Architecture of a Compact, Low-cost and Gain Compensated Delay Line Switchable From 1 m to 250 m for Automotive Radar Target Simulator. EuRAD (European Radar Conference) 2017, EuMW, Nuremberg, Germany, Oct 2017, Nuremberg, Germany. pp.1-4. ⟨hal-01589846⟩

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