The mid-range radar sensor (MRR) is a bi-static multimodal radar with four independent receive channels and digital beam forming (DBF). These technologies allow the MRR to be configured with independent antennae for different directions, which improves the angular measurement accuracy and means that the radar’s field of view can be adjusted depending on the situation. This technology is for example used for the side view assist.
The Bosch mid-range radar sensor is a customized, cost-effective solution for the implementation of driver assistance functions.
Significantly smaller and lighter than a 250-gram pack of butter, the radar sensor fits into even the smallest cars.