Benefits of Time-Domain Electromagnetic Simulation for Automotive Radar
Time-domain electromagnetic simulation for automotive radar promotes rapid development by allowing engineers to determine the performance of a fully detailed sensor model installed behind a piece of fascia without needing to build prototypes and run tests in an anechoic chamber.
By identifying and mitigating board-level parasitics and variations using finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) electromagnetic (EM) simulation techniques, engineers can raise the performance of automotive radar while improving transportation safety.
This white paper on “Benefits of Time-Domain Electromagnetic Simulation for Automotive Radar,” outlines unique benefits of time-domain electromagnetic simulation for automotive radar sensors.
This white paper:
Provides insight into the use of time-domain simulation techniques with automotive radar in the application note
Details the analysis of a 25 GHz sensor using Remcom’s XFdtd Electromagnetic Simulation Software
Reviews the simulation of a multilayer PCB board containing both automotive radiating elements and feed structures