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Novelda Introduces Advanced Radar Transceivers

Manufacture of ultra-high resolution impulse radar, Novelda has introduced the Novelda NVA6000 series Impulse Radar transceivers to the global market. The NVA6000 series is a state-of-the-art radar transceiver with very high frame rate, precision and novel penetration capabilities.

The NVA6000 series Impulse Radar transceiver is integrated on a chip and designed to transmit high bandwidth pulses. It is a new, improved version with many value added features. With features like ability to find objects behind obstacles, high speed and high sensitivity, the NVA6000 series can work alongside existing technologies or as a substitute for existing technologies such as video sensors, infrared sensors and ultrasound. The NVA6000 series can be operated in new fields as well.

The new Novelda transceiver is very capable of handling an array of sectors in sensor applications such as:

  • Automotive and industrial sectors including distance detection and road obstacle detection.
  • Security surveillance including motion detection
  • Health monitoring comprising stress monitoring and pulse monitoring
  • Energy automation
  • Medical diagnosis such as three-dimensional RF-imaging and heart beat monitoring
  • Defense

The Chief Marketing Officer of Novelda Aage Kalsaeg stated that the Impulse Radar transceiver is a cost-effective device for a customer as it is well able to detect objects even behind obstacles, and hence does not require clean lenses like other technologies that need good visibility. Novelda also assisted developers by supplying radar modules, development kits and software and provided support for all the chips, thereby saving them time and cost, added Aage Kalsaeg.

Source: www.novelda.no

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