Category Products Features
Radar Microcontroller
S32R Radar Microcontroller - S32R27 Automotive & Industrial Radar Applications 2 x e200z7 32-bit CPU and 2 x e200z4 32-bit in lockstep, Radar signal processing SPT 2.0, CSE2 Security, FlexCAN, FlexRay & Ethernet
Ultra-Reliable MPC577xK MCU for Automotive ADAS & Industrial Radar Applications 32-bit MCUs provide unmatched levels of digital and analog integration and performance on a single chip for next-generation radar-based systems.
Radar Transceiver
MR3003 High-Performance 77 GHz Radar Transceiver Fully-integrated BiCMOS Radar Transceiver for 76-81GHz Radar Applications
TEF810X Fully-Integrated 77 GHz Radar Transceiver Highly Integrated CMOS Single-Chip for Postage Stamp Sized Radar Sensors
MR2001 Multi-channel 77 GHz Radar Transceiver Chipset Scalable to multi-channel with simultaneous active channels to enable electronic beam steering across a wide field-of-view
CAN Interface
SBC Gen2 with High-Speed CAN and LIN System Basis Chip, LIN, 2x 5.0 V/400mA LDOs, 3/4 wakeup, SOIC 32, Reel
CAN Transceiver
High-speed CAN transceiver for partial networking high-speed CAN transceiver, data rates up to 2 Mbit/s in the CAN FD
FlexRay Transceiver
FlexRay Transceivers FlexRay transceiver, data transfer up to 10 Mbit/s

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NXP Broadens Product Portfolio to Enable High Resolution Automotive Radar Sensors

NXP’s full suite of radar transceivers completes the industry’s only radar portfolio based on both BiCMOS and advanced RFCMOS process technologies, to match carmaker requirements with a complete system solution.


Radar chips shrink, car safety expands

Dragonflies can see in nearly every direction at the same time – and with their field of vision, they can see you even after they’ve flown by. Similar to the dragonfly, radar in a car can help the car “see” where you don’t see.