80 GHz Radar Level: Allrounder or Overrated?

Sponsored by: KROHNE Group

Focused on:

  • Level Measurement
  • Level Transmitters
  • Radar Level Transmitters
  • Radar Measurement
  • 80 Ghz

Date: 18 October


Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

Radar level measurement: a practical comparison

Many statements and articles circulate the market regarding new radar level measurement with 80 GHz transmitters. Beside the basic principles the webinar explains the real advantages and limits of the radar technology.

In this practical webinar of KROHNE you will learn the different cases of application of radar level transmitters. We introduce the range of solutions and characteristics regarding pressure, temperature and stability. Additionally a comparison of a 24 GHz and 80 GHz radar transmitter will be shown.

- Introduction of FMCW radar level measurement
- Differences and characteristics of radar frequencies (6, 10, 24 and 80 GHz)
- Comparison of 24 GHz and 80 GHz radar
- Portfolio radar level transmitters: segmentation per application

Register now for this webinar and learn more about the main benefits of radar level transmitters: Developed by experts, used by professionals.

Presented by

Lucas Bellotti,

Project Manager - New Radar Portfolio

Lucas has been working for KROHNE since 2007, initially as a local Product Promoter and later as International Product Manager for the Level Division for Europe South, UK and Balkans area.

Since 2016 he has been in charge of the new OPTIWAVE series. He started in Termomeccanica S.p.A. ( 2005 - Italy ) ā€“ Centrifugal Pumps and compressors ā€“ he then moved to Parcol S.p.A ( 2006 - Italy ) ā€“ Safety and Control Valves.

Jonathan Pradel,

Launch Project Manager Assistant

Key Learning Objectives

  • Principle FMCW Radar level measurement
  • Advantages and limits of the radar technology
  • Cases of application
  • Product benefits and characteristics radar transmitters


  • Heads of R&D
  • Technicians
  • Engineers
  • Heads of Sales
  • Product Management
  • Sales & Marketing Teams