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TiaLinx Unveils Viper60-A V-Band UWB RF Sensor

TiaLinx has introduced a lightweight sensor system called the Viper60-A. It provides an ultra fine radio frequency (RF) beam, which can detect extremely small things hidden under clothes.

The sensor uses polarized arrays and through safe RF waves, offers images at different depths from the objects. The system is perfect for quick individual screening in a queue.


The development of real-time V-band UWB RF imaging was supported by numerous CPP and SBIR Phase IIs awards through the Army’s AFRL, ONR, DARPA and PEO AMMO.

The Viper60-A can be upgraded additionally to deal with quick screening through software-controlled interface incorporated in a laptop and deployed remotely.

The V-band RF Scanner passes highly-directional wideband signals, which get reflected from the body as it penetrates the clothes. Signal recognition circuits, which are sensitive to polarization, are used in the receiver to confine the target reflections. a digital signal processor then processes the delay data, amplitude and phase.

The launch of the Viper60-A is an additional achievement in miniaturization of UWB RF sensor systems. TiaLinx has used a number of patents to expand the V-band RF Imager. Advancements in signal allocation and RF beamforming, use of small polarized arrays, exceptional industrial designs and sophisticated digital signal processing have made  the Viper60-A  as a central strategic technology.



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