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3 ways radar technology is changing the automotive in-cabin sensing market

Radar sensors are not only changing the way that vehicles sense the environment around them, but also how they sense what and who is occupying them.

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The new 60GHz mmWave radar antenna-on-package sensor makes it much easier to integrate radar sensing into your design. The AoP design eliminates RF-antenna design challenges while at the same time shrinking the sensor size up to 75%.

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1% Precision, Zero-Drift, Basic Isolation Hall-Effect Current Sensor

Achieve consistent, accurate measurements over time and temperature. The TMCS1100 enables the lowest drift and highest accuracy over time and temperature while providing reliable 3-kVrms isolation, which is especially important high-voltage systems.

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Replace your NTCs with the industry’s smallest linear thermistor

The TMP61 offers up to 50% higher accuracy readings than traditional NTC thermistors, while improving reliability across a wide temperature range. This device is available in 0402 and 0603 packages and starts at US$0.05 at 1,000 unit quantities

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Demo video: Automotive In-Cabin Sensing with 60GHz Antenna-on-Package Radar

The 60GHz antenna-on-package radar sensor, AWR6843AOP, brings intelligent sensing to automotive in-cabin areas including child presence, vital sign monitoring, and occupant detection.

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Watch real-world sensors application videos from TI experts

TI Precision Labs is the most comprehensive online classroom for engineers. From foundational knowledge to advanced concepts, our logical, sequenced and comprehensive teaching approach is both intuitive and practical.

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Enhance system efficiency with thermal monitoring and protection

Learn how smart temperature sensors autonomously make decisions on sensor data which provides real-time protection without interrupting the control processing system.

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Solving the stability challenge in isolated current sensing

Learn about the key challenges and considerations of isolated current sensing with a focus on in-package magnetic shunt based solutions including how the signal chain works, how to calculate total error and understanding key isolation specs.

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Learn how major industry trends are driving demands for isolated current sensing, and how new zero-drift Hall-effect current sensors can improve isolation and measurement drift while simplifying the design process.        


Take the guesswork out of designing with temperature sensors

The Engineer's Guide to Temperature Sensing includes tips and tricks, empowering you to solve your temperature sensing design challenges today. This e-book includes 6 unique application challenges from layout considerations to calibration methods.

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Learn the difference between NTCs and PTCs in temperature sensing

View common thermistor circuits and learn more from the topics included: resistance tolerance and sensitivity, calibration, self-heating and sensor drift, and common software and conversion methods.

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