iScan Omega 1 is CEI’s latest and greatest antenna module that takes your next radar design to market quickly. Equipped with Analog Devices Inc.’s ADF5901 Tx and ADF5904 Rx downconverter, iScan Omega 1 has plenty of processing power to support a plethora of advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) algorithms. The built-in patch antenna has a fixed beam with a FoV of ± 36.5° azimuth and ± 8° elevation. Other features include a reference frequency of 100MHz, reference sampling capabilities, and a PLL chip. Let iScan Omega 1 be the gateway to your next radar design!
CEI’s iScan Radar Series brings high frequency radar technology to small form factor platforms. Utilizing a modular architecture, iScan processor, expansion, and antenna modules can be mixed and matched to create a customized development platform. The Radar Series was designed for rapid prototype development with customizable optimizations available to meet customer specific application requirements. With 24, 60, and 77 GHz options, the iScan Radar Series is the perfect solution that significantly decreases cost and time-to-market!
The iScan Radar Series makes rapid prototyping of high performance radar quick and easy. Utilizing a modular architecture, CEI’s iScan processor, expansion and antenna modules can be mixed and matched to create a customized development platform. Equipped with extensive capability, such as MIMO, steerable beams and digital beam forming, iScan provides superior performance for tasks such as range, speed and RCS measurements, target tracking, collision avoidance, occupancy sensing and much more. iScan Antenna Modules are available in 24, 60 and 77 GHz options, making the iScan Radar Series an excellent solution for your next application.
- Accurate speed and motion measurements
- Fixed beam antenna radar
- ADF5901 Tx: 2 Ch, 24 GHz power amplifier (PA) with 8 dBm output
- ADF5904 Rx: 4 Ch, 24 GHz Rx down converter
- Reference frequency: 100 MHz via oscillator
- FoV: ± 36.5° azimuth, ± 8° elevation
- Dimensions: 5.25” x 4.5”
- External reference injection: SMA connector
- I/O headers
- USB to PC interface