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Defence and Security Exhibition LAAD

Anacom will present SkyRadar’s new modular radar training solutions on the Defence and Security International Exhibition LAAD April 14-17, 2015 in  Rio de Janeiro – Brazil. In particular, Anacom will present the German manufacturer’s new military solutions. LAAD Defence & Security – Defence and Security International Exhibition – brings together Brazilian and international companies specialized […]

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Expodefensa Bogota – Anacom and SkyRadar Present new Radar Solutions

Anacom will present SkyRadar’s new modular radar training solutions on the Expodefensa, on 29 – 31 October in Bogotá. In particular, Anacom and its sister company EDASIM will present the German manufacturer’s new online radar. The Venue is at: International Business and Exhibition Center of Bogota- Corferias Main Entrance Carrera 37 No 24 – 67 […]

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New Phased Array designs allow electronic radar beam forming and low cost production for military and industry

In his PhD thesis, Danial Ehayaie presents three new approaches to the design of phased array antennas in order to reduce their complexity. First approach based on extended resonance technique achieving power dividing and phase shifting within a single circuit. In the 2nd approach, the author applies a bi-directional feeding method. This approach demands less […]

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Phased Array Beam Controller Out Now!

Part #: SkyRadar Phased Array Beam Controller-Ver.5.0 The peak of an antenna diagram of an antenna may vary from the geometric middle line. This effect is observed particularly in array antennas: even small deviations of the lengths of the supply cables produce phase differences, which impact during the aggregation of the individual radiators and cause […]

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Online Radar – Live

SkyRadar now features realtime aircraft flight information through secondary surveillance radar data (ADS-B, Multilateration and FAA data). The flight information includes flight tracks, origins and destinations, flight numbers, aircraft types, positions, altitudes, headings and speeds. The feature was enabled by courtesy of flightradar24. Start surfing in real-time and recorded data now: Live Flight Data.

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Game Changer – SkyRadar released a close range radar including horn antennae for 12,500 EUR

SkyRadar just released a game changer in the radar world: a fully operational close range radar including horn antennae for 12,500 EUR. The new “base unit” is part of the SkyRadar Modular Radar Training System. Technically it is based on a pulsed noise radar. It can be operated in CW, Doppler and Pulse mode. The […]

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SkyRadar releases a fully operational close range radar including horn antennae for 12,500 EUR

SkyRadar just released a game changer in the radar world: a fully operational close range radar including horn antennae for 12,500 EUR. The new “base unit” is part of the SkyRadar Modular Radar Training System. Technically it is based on a pulsed noise radar. It can be operated in CW, Doppler and Pulse mode. The […]

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SkyRadar Modular Radar Training System 5.0 Out Now

Today SkyRadar launched its new release of its modular radar training system. The team of experts completely reworked the previous version. The first major innovation is that the software FreeScopes is now based on HTML 5 technologies such as JavaScript and Canvas. The communication between GUI and the radar system can work either directly via […]

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FOURIER TRANSFORM METHODS IN GEOPHYSICS

  David Sandwell introduces into the use of Fourier transform in geophysics such as image processing,time series analysis, and antenna design. He focusses “on the use of fourier transforms for solving linear partial differential equations (PDE). Some examples include: Poisson’s equation for problems in gravity and magnetics; the biharmonic equation for problems in linear visco-elasticity; […]

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FMCW Phased Array Radar for Automatically Triggered Measurements of Snow Avalanches

By Brennan et al. In the abstract, Brennan et al. write: “Radar has emerged as a means of measuring avalanche dynamics for validating models to predict avalanche behaviour for improved calculation of risk zones. However, current radar measurements do not provide a true representation of an entire avalanche flow. An FMCW, multi-chirp, 8 receiver channel […]

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