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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 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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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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Wireless Remote Sensing Based on RADAR Cross Section Variability Measurement of Passive Electromagnetic Sensors

By Aubert et al. Aubert et al. research “the wireless measurement of various physical quantities from the analysis of the RADAR Cross Sections variability of passive electromagnetic sensors.” The authors use a millimeter-wave FMCW radar for both remote sensing and wireless identification of sensors. Published at : 7th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP […]

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BISTATIC RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE MOON

BISTATIC RADAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE MOON USING THE ARECIBO OBSERVATORY & MINI-RF ON LRO By Bussey et al. NASA successfully used a bistatic ground radar to measure the moon’s surface. “The bistatic angle is determined by the positions and orientations of the radar transmitter and receiver. […] NASA’s Mini-RF instrument on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter […]

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Multi-target detection algorithm for FMCW radar

by Hyun et al. The authors conduct research on multi-target detection algorithms. In their abstract, they state that “FMCW (Frequency Modulation Continuous Wave) radar has been a popular method for automotive applications. The typical FMCW radar, however, has serious problems in multi-target situations. That is, range-velocity processing gives rise to so-called ghost targets due to […]

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Radar-Based Detection and Identification for Miniature Air Vehicles

In their paper “Radar-Based Detection and Identification for Miniature Air Vehicles” Moses et al. give valuable insight into the detection and identification of drones through an x-band radar. Here the abstract: “It is claimed that Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) used for civilian/public domain applications will be dominant in the near future. Compared to UAVs used […]

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Announcement: SkyRadar participates at World ATM Congress

World ATM Congress combines a large-scale exhibition, world-class conference, and social events providing premier networking opportunities and the chance to find out the latest trends and developments in air traffic control. Organized for the industry, by the industry and operated by CANSO in association with ATCA, World ATM Congress is backed by the world’s leading air navigation service providers and industry suppliers.

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