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Shinichi Honma and Naohisa Uehara * Millimeter-Wave Radar Technology for Automotive Application

@inproceedings{Uehara2001ShinichiHA,
  title={Shinichi Honma and Naohisa Uehara * Millimeter-Wave Radar Technology for Automotive Application},
  author={Naohisa Uehara and Shinichi Honma},
  year={2001}
}
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed a millimeter-wave radar for automotive application. Monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), developed specifically for this application by Mitsubishi Electric, are used for the radio-frequency (RF) module to obtain outstanding radar performance. This millimeter-wave radar incorporates a signal-processing unit in the radar head, resulting in a more compact, lightweight radar system that is easy to install on vehicles. 

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