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Free e-Learning on Radar Basics and SAR

Since 5 months SkyRadar has been offering free-of-charge e-Learning. We are proud that this program has beeing used by several thousand radar experts and students all over the word. The e-Learning courses Radar Basics and SAR Basics were developed with the focus on Radar Image Interpretation. They are provided in cooperation with IOSB, Fraunhofer Institute, […]

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New Radar Calculators live now

Finally, whatever you would like to calculate when setting up your radar system can be done online with easy calculators. Just log in to SkyRadar’s Radar Calculator Section. This free of charge service can be made available thanks to a cooperation with Everything RF. Do not miss to look at our radar training systems from […]

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SkyRadar launches new RASS-S training system

Following a long tradition with RASS-S, SkyRadar just released its new  modular training solutions for ‘Radar Analysis Support System for Sites’. RASS-S has evolved to the global quasi-standard for real-time surveillance and monitoring for civil and military Air Traffic Control Radars. It covers the complete signal conversion chain in primary and secondary surveillance radars from […]

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Understanding mode S technology, ADS-B and SSR

The Defense Electronic Magazine published a clear and well-formulated article, introducing into the mode S communication mode for air traffic control. The article sheds light on its history, its operations, and on important details like squitter, the uplink and downlink formats, or SSR and ADS-B. The read more please look at this link.   Learn […]

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Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing

The 2014 edition of Mark A. Richards’ Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing (McGraw-Hill, New York, 2014) provides in-depth coverage of fundamental topics in radar signal processing from a digital signal processing perspective. The book covers the techniques and interpretations of linear systems, filtering, sampling, and Fourier analysis are used throughout to provide a modern and […]

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SkyRadar Security Solution implemented at Republik of Korea Air Force

In summer 2014, SkyRadar and Korean Partner Wilko AERO provided a modular radar training system to the Republik of Korea Air Force (ROKAF). The solution consisted of a typical military oriented setting including MIT, Synthetic Aperture Radar and Security Applications. For the first time, SkyRadar had the chance to implement its new Phased Array Beam […]

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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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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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GPR Radar: Detection of Land Mines – Media Overview

GPR Radar: Detection of Land Mines – Media Overview “Antipersonnel mines and cluster munitions are indiscriminate weapons that injure and kill civilians in every corner of the globe, every day. They don’t recognize ceasefires and claim victims long after the end of conflicts. They instill fear in communities and are a lethal barrier to development. […]

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