IDT, Steradian form mmWave partnership

September 02, 2018 //By Peter Clarke
IDT, Steradian form mmWave partnership
Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) has announced a strategic partnership with Steradian Semiconductor Pvt. Ltd. (Banglaore, India) to deliver four-dimensional millimeter-wave imaging radar for industrial, security, medical, and autonomous vehicle applications.

Steradian Semiconductor is a fabless semiconductor company and IP licensor founded in 2016 by a group of engineers with experience in designing cellular/RF and microwave transceiver ICs. Steradian's IP has enabled IDT to offer its SenseVerse series of radar transceiver ICs.

The IDT SenseVerse SVR4410 IC is a multi-channel MIMO radar transceiver that operates in the 76 to 81GHz frequency band. With integrated beamforming and support for multi-device aggregation, the SVR4410 provides exceptional angular resolution, range, and power consumption in a small form factor, IDT claims.

The two companies are collaborating on a series of ICs forming a roadmap with increasing levels of integration as well as radar modules with integrated antennas, SVR transceiver ICs, a radar processing IC and DSP algorithms inside.

"IDT's SenseVerse RADAR family will add new dimension to sensing and vision, causing a disruptive change in Industry 4.0 and similar end markets needing high resolution solutions," stated Sailesh Chittipeddi, CTO at IDT, in a statement.

"IDT's SenseVerse radar family offers all-weather high resolution sensing and will enhance and complement human and computer vision," said Gireesh Rajendran, CEO of Steradian Semiconductor.

SenseVerse radar transceivers are sampling with selected customers.

Related links and articles:

www.idt.com

www.steradiansemi.com

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