Complete Teardown Report of Continental’s SRR3-B Blind Spot Radar – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “Continental
SRR3-B Blind Spot Radar Complete Teardown Report” report has
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The Continental SRR3-B is designed for automotive applications like
blind-spot detection, lane-change assist, rear cross-traffic alert, rear
pre-crash, safe exit, collision mitigation, distance warning
/monitoring, and more. The SRR3-B is based on 24 GHz technology and
contains a planar antenna. The sensor has a field of view of 75 in
azimuth and a maximum range of more than 90m.

The system integrates two electronic boards. The MCU board includes a
microcontroller from NXP Semiconductor. The RF board is manufactured
with a symmetric structure using hybrid PTFE/FR4 substrate and is
equipped with planar antennas. 24GHz SiGe monolithic microwave
integrated circuits (MMIC) from Infineon are used as high-frequency
transmitter and receiver.

With this 3rd-generation short-range radar, Continental has reduced by
25% the total number of components used and significantly decreased the
manufacturing cost, compared to the previous generation (SRR2).

Based on a complete teardown analysis of the Continental SRR3-B, this
report provides the radar sensor’s BOM and manufacturing cost.

Key Topics Covered:

Overview / Introduction

Physical Analysis

Cost Analysis

Estimated Price Analysis

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