MatrixSpace

Radar Module

DopplerSpace 90 Data Module

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Features

Long-Range High-Speed Mesh Communications with Interference Reduction

  • WiFi-like data rates at Ranges 5x Better than WiFi
  • Operation in Uncrowded Frequency Band Can Result in 50x Effective Range Improvement
  • Mesh Capable for Increased
    Reliability/Redundancy and Range Extension
  • Combination of Mesh Operation and Focused Energy Provides Enhanced Interference
    Rejection and Network Security
Simple Interface – Appears as a WiFi Device Through USB 3.0 Interface
Very Small Form Factor: 3” x 2.5” x 1.25”
Light Weight: 125 g
High-Speed Long-Range Data
Large Field of View: 90o in Azimuth and Elevation
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Security Wide Input Supply Range: 4.5-14.4 V
DopplerSpace 90 Data uses an electronically scanned phased array antenna that can be scanned across +/-45o ranges in azimuth and elevation. The module scans the antenna through these ranges to acquire and track communications links. This can be done autonomously or under user control through the USB 3.0 interface.

System security is provided through a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) that includes tamper monitoring, secure boot, hardware accelerated cryptographic functions, and secure key storage.

The DC input supports a wide range of input voltages that include 5.0 V +/-10% and 12.0 V +/-20%. The reference frequency supplied to the module must be in the range of 10 to 40 MHz. A module option provides an internal frequency reference source.

BLOCK DIAGRAM

The DopplerSpace 90 Data functional block diagram illustrates the simple connections to the radar module: USB 3.0, DC power, and a frequency reference. The module can be purchased with an optional internal frequency reference.

Specifications

High-Speed Long-Range Data:
  • 400 Mbps: 625 m
  • 200 Mbps: 1000 m
  • 2 Mbps: 25 km

Field of View: 90o in Azimuth and Elevation

Frequency: K-band

Security based on Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
  • Tamper monitoring
  • Secure boot
  • Hardware accelerated cryptographic functions
  • Secure key storage

Interface: USB 3.0

Control: Linux and Window Drivers and API Provide Simple Interface – Data Interface and Control Functions
Input Supply Range: 4.5-14.4 V

Frequency Reference: 10-40 MHz

Power Dissipation:
  • 100% Duty Cycle: 10 W
  • Standby: 200 mW
  • Sleep: 1 mW
Size: 3” x 2.5” x 1.25”

Weight: 125 g

Operating Temperature: -40 to 60 oC

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