Comparison of matching layers for automotive radome design

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Hidden integration of 79 GHz sensors behind plastic and painted fascia represents a challenging task since both electromagnetic and car body design constraints have to be met. This paper compares different possibilities for low-cost integration of radar sensors. Based on a model for stratified media, a study of the most important parameters such as bandwidth, angle and tolerances is shown. Our results suggest that for plastic fascia, the requirements of future radar sensors can be met with low-cost matching. Even with metallic paints, the requirements imposed by modern 79 GHz radar sensors can be met under certain conditions. © 2010 Author(s).




Fitzek, F., Rasshofer, R. H., & Biebl, E. M. (2010). Comparison of matching layers for automotive radome design. Advances in Radio Science, 8, 49–54.

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