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Radar Test System for BSD Radar

Model No. SRS-01
Simulator for Overtaking Vehicle Detection & Blind Spot Detection Radars

KEYCOM's Automotive Radar Test System(RTS,Radar Target Simulator) allows you to test not only Front Radar, but also Side-view radars in action, simulating complex situations.

NOTE: This is one of the application cases of our RTS.
To understand features of RTS series, please check the following cotents.

【Related Contents】

👉 Introduction of KEYCOM's RTS series
  You can grasp the whole picture of our RTS series by checking here.
👉1. For Moving Target Simulation
  The distance and Doppler speed can be changed as desired to simulate situations where the target is approaching or moving away.
👉2. For Lane Change simulation
  With this moving antenna system(additional to 1.), you can reproduce horizontal movement of generated targets, to simulate lane changing action of remote vehicles running in front or back.

Use cases of the System

1. Testing Blind Spot Warning  (BSW)

BSW is the system for helping avoid contact with vehicles behind when changing lanes.

When the system(Rear Side Radar) detects vehicles driving on the rear side of the adjacent lane to come closer, it displays a warning message next to the door mirror.

In addition, if the driver activates turn signal while an overtaking car is detected, the warning display flashes and a buzzer sounds to alert the driver.

2. Testing Back-up Collision Intervention  (BCI)

BCI is the system to avoid collision with cars running behind when backing up.

When Rear Side Radars detect vehicles crossing behind, the system alerts the driver with an indicator next to the side mirror, or a display and sound on the rear view monitor.


The system isn't super heave weight, You can move and set up by yourself.

Target 1 target (Expansion: 3 targets are possible)
Angular resolution 0.2 degree
Opening angle 80 degrees left and right from the center
Minimum movement time 160 degrees for 1 second
Distance resolution 0.1m
Explicit minimum distance L1 + L2 = 1.2m + 2m = 3.2m
*L2: shortest distance within the moving target
Interface CAN (communication speed within 10 msec)