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The millimeter-wave region of the spectrum has propagation characteristics that make it a tough challenge for communications, but not for sensing applications where precision measurements are important, but range is not. It’s one of the reasons why auto collision-avoidance braking systems operate at these frequencies as their radars can accurately determine distance within a few millimeters. However, these same properties make millimeter-wave sensors well suited for a wide variety of applications in industrial settings as well.

And while millimeter-wave components have traditionally been expensive, this is no longer true thanks to SoCs and other components that drive cost down while producing a solution that fits in the palm of the hand. This Webinar will provide what you need to know about millimeter-wave sensors for industrial applications, their benefits, and where you can use them.