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D3: DESIGNCORE®️ RS-2944A MMWAVE Radar Sensor Evaluation Kit - Product

December 27, 2023

Product Description:

This Evaluation Kit allows for fast evaluation of D3 Radar Modules with Texas Instruments mmWave radar technology. Features include a single board, small form factor, easy to use USB-Serial interface to a PC or embedded platform for test and evaluation, application software, and demonstration programs for common radar applications.


D3's mmWave Radar Sensor Leverages TI's AWRL1432 - News

August 15, 2023

Rochester, New York. D3 is now offering its DesignCore RS-L1432U mmWave Radar Sensor leveraging the AWRL1432 from Texas Instruments (TI). The solution utilizes various mmWave radar algorithms to measure, detect, and track in a 1-inch cube form factor, while also using lower power with a decrease in volume costs for automotive applications such as park assist, kick-to-open, and collision avoidance.

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D3 Engineering Announces Automotive Antenna-on-Package mmWave Sensors with Texas Instruments RFIC - News

April 29, 2021

D3 Engineering, a Texas Instruments platinum design partner, announced their DesignCore RS-1843AOP and RS-1843AOPU mmWave Radar Sensors.


D3 Engineering Collaborates with Microsoft to Deploy Time of Flight Imaging Technology in Industrial Applications - News

February 01, 2021

Access to Microsoft’s Azure Depth Platform program is designed to enhance D3 Engineering’s deployment of Time of Flight imaging technology



D3 Engineering Releases DesignCore Carrier Board for NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Module - News

April 13, 2020

D3 Engineering announced the release of its new DesignCore? Carrier Board. The board was developed so engineers can quickly connect multiple cameras or sensors with the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX module.


D3 Engineering Launches Automotive Vision Development Kit Based on TI TDA4VM SoC - News

January 10, 2020

The production-intent kit was designed to automotive temperature ranges and includes an automotive-grade power design with reverse battery protection, helping accelerate the design of ADAS systems.