High Performance 77GHz RFCMOS Automotive Radar One-Chip SoC

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Product Details

Block Diagram

SAF85xx Block Diagram

SAF85xx BD 1


Highly Integrated Transceiver

  • Operates in 76 GHz to 81 GHz band

Wide Bandwidth

  • Total bandwidth of 5 GHz
  • Effective chirp bandwidth up to 4 GHz

High Performance RF transceiver

  • Improved power output
  • Low noise figure
  • Low phase noise

High Performance Safe Compute

  • Arm Cortex- A53 @320 MHz
  • Arm Cortex- M7 with @320 MHz

Radar Processing Acceleration

  • SPT 3.4 @320 MHz with integrated BBE32 Vector DSP

Onboard Memory

  • > 5.5 MB total memory with 4 MB SRAM

Small Package

  • FC-CSP package for excellent thermal performance
  • Very small footprint of 10.6 mm x 11.3 mm

Flexible Interfaces

  • 1 x SGMII Gbit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbit/s
  • 2 x CAN-FD

Future Proof Security

  • Hardware security engine (HSE)
  • EVITA Full, SHE+, ISO/SAE 21434 compliant

Functional Safety

  • Developed in accordance with ISO26262 SEoOC methodology, supporting ASIL B applications
  • Built-in functional safety monitoring circuit

Scalable Applications

  • Supports short to long range applications

Automotive Quality

  • AEC-Q100

Wide Automotive Temperature Range

  • -40 °C to 150 °C junction temperature

Product Programs


The SAF85xx one-chip Radar SoC is designed to meet industry standards and follows NXP's security-by-design approach.

Safe Assure

When it comes to functional safety, NXP stands for quality and reliability. Our SafeAssure program simplifies system-level safety requirements in accordance with ISO 26262.


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