KEYCOM provides solutions in the 300 GHz to 1 μHz frequency range (SHF/EHF/MW/UHF/VHF/ULF).
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Automotive Radar Test ∙ Evaluation ∙ Measurement Systems (Millimeter Wave ∙ Microwave)

Model No. XRE

KEYCOM develops and manufactures various radar systems to measure and evaluate such functionalities of mass-produced millimeter and microwave radars including in-vehicle radars as transmission power, frequency, antenna beam alignment, distance accuracy, bearing accuracy and receiving accuracy.
KEYCOM’s product line includes the Radar Test System (RTS) that measures radar distance accuracy and transmission power, and the Rader Alignment System (RAS) that assists you to adjust the mounting position of the in-vehicle radar.

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1. Radar Test ∙ Evaluation ∙ Measurement System (Millimeter Wave ∙ Microwave)

Radar Test∙Evaluation∙Measurement System Development and Manufacture (Millimeter Wave, Microwave)   Standard Radar Targets (Sphere or Triangular Trihedral)
MRS04   RES02
KEYCOM develops and manufactures various radar test systems, radar evaluation systems and radar measurement systems that will meet your specific requests, for the quantity as small as one.
KEYCOM’s product line includes the Radar Test System (RTS) that measures radar distance accuracy and transmission power, and the Rader Alignment System (RAS) that assists you to adjust the mounting position of the in-vehicle radar.
  - Spherical type
No directionality, simple operation.
- Triangular trihedral type
(corner reflector)
Wide directionality
Laser pointer installable (option)

2. For in-vehicle radars (Automobile)

Radar Alignment System (RAS) SM5899   In-Vehicle Radar Evaluation (Measurement) System
RAT02   RAT05
Powerful work bench for the alignment of the radar behind the car bumper and
characterization of radar cover (insertion loss and beam tilt).
  RAT05 is an evaluation (measurement) system for impulse radars operating at 24 GHz or 76 GHz.
It also measures the spatial pattern of the electromagnetic wave when the radar is on board.

Target simulator (active)

Active Target Simulator for
Collision Avoidance Radar (long range)
Radar Test System - 24GHz, 76.5GHz, 79GHz (RTS)ME7220A
  Active Target Simulator for
Collision Avoidance Radar (long range)
Moving Target System (MT for RT) ME7220E/G
RAT01   RAT10
KEYCOM's ME7220A is a multifunctional radar test system that allows you to verify the radar measurement accuracy of the distance and speed indoors.
It interfaces with spectrum analyzer and power meter for frequency and power measurements respectively. (2~3GHz for 24GHz and 76.5GHz system, 6~12GHz for 79GHz system)
  ME7220E/G is a collision avoidance radar test simulator that simulates the physical correlation between the radar under test and the car in front, prior to a collision. It not only allows you to test the tracking capability of the radar indoors easily and effectively, but exercises its capabilities for your pre-crash braking system development as well. With an optional function, it automatically activates the ME7220G, the passive moving target, when the simulated distance between the radar and the target is less than 12m, while the active moving target ME7220E is active when the distance is more than 12m.
     
Active Target Simulator for
Collision Avoidance Radar (long range)
Moving Multiple Target, Multiple Lane Type ME7220H
   
RAT11    
The ME7220H virtually simulates multiple automobiles traveling across lanes,
enabling you to verify the performance of your radar control system under realistic conditions.
Data sheet (Japanese) (English)
   

Target simulator (passive)

 
Target Simulator for Collision Avoidance Radar (short range)
Passive Radar Test System(Passive RTS)
- 24GHz, 76.5GHz, 79GHz
  Polarization Free Target Simulator for Collision Avoidance Radar
RAT09   RAT15
KEYCOM provides a passive RTS with a very little frequency dependency in
delay time and less insertion loss than a metal waveguide.
Its distinguished features were made possible by applying a dielectric waveguide for
its delay line to put its transmission in TEM mode.
Available for 79GHZ, 76.5GHZ, and 24GHz.
 

This is the delay line with no change propagation loss in any plane of polarization