The S32R29 radar application development board (RADB) is intended to provide a flexible development platform for the automotive radar product based on NXP radar microprocessor S32R29. The S32R29 RADB unit kit can be easily used to evaluate and develop radar application software and processing algorithms.
For this radar application development board, a radar transceiver front-end board with 2x TEF82xx RF transceivers is available. The two boards feature combined power and high-speed signal connectors to provide direct connection of the MIPI-CSI2 and SPI interfaces, allowing high-speed data transfer to the MCU, along with SPI control signals and power domains to the RF transceiver. For more information on the TEF82xx front-end board, please reach out to your NXP sales representative.
The SAF85xx evaluation kit supports development of 77GHz radar application and evaluation of SAF85xx One-Chip radar SoC for automotive applications. This kit allows evaluation of various radar use cases by flexibly configuring the radar chirps and observing the processed output on a PC. Radar software development and evaluation of a comprehensive set of communication and debug interfaces are enabled by the kit. It consists of a front end antenna board with patch antenna supporting four transmitter and four receivers.
Back-end interface board supports power management and other interfaces to the PC. This evaluation kit can be used for comprehensive application development as well as RF evaluation.
The S32R41 Evaluation Board S32R41-EVB supports the development of high-performance 77GHz radar applications targeted for automotive use cases, such as advanced high resolution corner and front radar applications. The Arm® Cortex® A53 core and triple Arm Cortex M7 lockstep cores in the S32R41 MPU together with dedicated radar processing accelerators enable the S32R41 EVB to target high resolution radar systems required for L2 Autonomous driving applications and beyond.
S32R41 EVB offers a wide variety of features and interfaces to facilitate HW and SW development and reduce customer’s time to market, e.g., 2x MIPI-CSI2 to connect NXP’s TEF82xx RFCMOS transceivers, CAN FD, LIN and Ethernet (1Gbps and 100Mbps).
The S32R41 EVB consists of a processor board suitable for development of radar processing for the S32R41 processor. Together with the TEF82xx CAB, the S32R41-EVB can be used as a full radar system solution.
The S32R45 Evaluation Board S32R45-PROC supports the development of high-performance 77GHz radar applications targeted for automotive use cases, such as Cascaded Imaging Radar, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Autonomous Emergency Braking.
Based on quad Arm® Cortex® A53 cores and triple Arm Cortex M7 lockstep cores in the S32R45 MPU, the S32R45 EVB offers substantial radar processing capabilities, in addition to a wide variety of interfaces (CAN FD, LIN, FlexRay®, Ethernet) to facilitate HW and SW development.
The S32R45 EVB consists of a processor board suitable for development of radar processing for the S32R45 processor.