DUBLIN, Nov. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/slmd42/bosch_mid_range) has announced the addition of the "Bosch Mid Range Radar (MRR) Sensor - Reverse Costing Analysis" report to their offering.
The Mid Range Radar Sensor, with its three Transmitters and four Receiver channels, operates in the 76-77 GHz frequency band that is standard for automotive radar applications. The front version works with an aperture angle of up to +/- 45 degrees and can detect objects up to 160 meters away. With a compact design (using fan-out RF components from Infineon), the system is easy to integrate into a vehicle's body.
The system integrates two electronic boards including Bosch, Freescale and STMicroelectronics circuits. The RF board is manufactured with an asymmetric structure using Hybrid PTFE/FR4 substrate and is equipped with planar antennas.
Infineon 77GHZ SiGe Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMIC) are used as High-Frequency transmitter and receiver. The two RF dies are packaged in the last version of the eWLB, the Fan-Out Wafer Level Package developed and manufactured by Infineon.
Based on a complete teardown analysis of the Bosch MRR Sensor, the report provides the bill-of-material (BOM) and the manufacturing cost of the Radar Sensor.
A complete physical analysis and manufacturing cost estimation of the Infineon MMICs is available in a separate report.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Overview/Introduction - Executive Summary - Company Profile : Bosch - MRR Sensors Main Features - Reverse Costing Methodology
2. Physical Analysis
- Global view of the Radar
- Views and Dimensions of the Radar
- Radar Teardown
- Power Management Board
- PM Board - Top Side - Global View
- PM Board - Top Side - High Definition Photo
- PM Board - Top Side - Markings
- PM Board - Top Side - Components Markings
- PM Board - Top Side - Components Identification
- PM Board - Bottom Side - Global View
- PM Board - Bottom Side - High Definition Photo
- PM Board - Bottom Side - Components Identification
- RF Board
- RF Board - Top Side - Global View
- RF Board- Top Side - High Definition Photo
- RF Board- Top Side - Components Markings
- RF Board- Top Side - Components Identification
- Electronic Board - Bottom Side - Global View
- Electronic Board - Bottom Side - High Definition Photo
- Electronic Board - Bottom Side - Components Markings
- Electronic Board - Bottom Side - Components Identification
- RRN7745P Package
- RRN7745P Die
- RTN7735P Package
- RTN7735P Die
3. Cost Analysis - Estimation of the cost of the PCBs - Estimation of the Cost of the Freescale SC667226MMMA - Estimation of the Cost of the STMicroelectronics A267BB - Estimation of the Cost of the Bosch 510BC - Estimation of the Cost of the Plastic Parts - BOM Cost - Power Management Board - BOM Cost - RF Board - BOM Cost - Housing - Material Cost Breakdown - Accessing the Added Value (AV) cost - Power Management Board Manufacturing Flow - Details of the Power Management Board AV Cost - RF Board Manufacturing Flow - Details of the RF Board AV Cost - Details of the Housing Assembly AV Cost - Added Value Cost Breakdown - Manufacturing Cost Breakdown
4. Estimated Price Analysis
- Estimation of the Manufacturing Price
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