Integrated ADAS system solution

  • 03-Jul-2013 01:21 EDT

Freescale Semiconductor’s Qorivva MPC577xK microcontroller (MCU) and MRD2001 77-GHz radar transceiver chipset provide embedded technology for affordable radar-based advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) solutions with fewer components, helping increase adoption in mainstream vehicles. According to the company, it is the industry’s most comprehensive system-level solution for automotive radar-based ADAS available. Using the Qorivva MPC577xK MCU and MRD2001 77-GHz radar transceiver chipset, automakers can implement long-range and mid-range frontal radar for adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking systems, as well as manage blind spot and side-impact detection—through a single, scalable, multichannel solution. 

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