How to choose Radar Sensors (Tutorial). Incl. PIR and LIDAR

Radar is a valuable technology. Because of its unique features, it not only helped to win world war II. It also can solve many problems in our projects.
Sensors included: RCWL-0516 (3GHz), HB100 (10GHz), CDM324 (24GHz), FM24-NP100 FMCW Radar (24GHz)
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These are the questions answered in this video:
– Which Radar sensors exist, and how do they have to be connected to our boards?
– How do they compare?
– How can we use them in our projects?
– Which other technologies exist to solve similar problems?
– And finally, we should have a comparison chart, also including PIR and Lidars

RCWL-0516 (Presence): or or
HB100 (Speed): or
CDM324 (Speed): or
FM24-NP100 24GHz (Distance):
Diagram RCWL-0516:
Info FM24-NP100:
Info speed sensors:
Info HB100 presence detector:

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