When it comes to technologies that involve hard-to-understand concepts, it is important that the training features real technologies, like our learning systems for radar technology. The learning system Radar technology offers real (not simulated) hands-on experience that combines a realistic radar with the power of modern surveillance technology. Furthermore, a patented technology is used for detecting and tracking passive targets in a brief experience with noise and interference.
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The learning system Basic radar technology includes all the necessary hardware, training materials and accessories, such as targets and connecting cables, to study the basic principles of pulse, CW Doppler and FM-CW radar systems.
Radar processor/display is used in conjunction with the learning system Basic radar technology to form a complete and state-of-the-art pulse radar system. It adds radar echo processing functions, PPI display functions, on-screen block diagrams of the entire radar and radar processor/display subsystem and computer-based instruments (oscilloscope and data monitoring system).
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The learning system Radar tracking is an add-on for the pulse radar implemented with the learning system for basic radar technology and the radar processor/display to form a continuous tracking radar. This radar can track a passive target moving in the training laboratory.
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The learning system Radar active target (RAT) is used in conjunction with the three previous subsystems (above) to teach students the basic principles and scenarios of EW. This is a unique system that allows students to conduct safe and unclassified EW demonstrations in real time.
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The learning system Phased array antenna radar has been specially developed for use with the complete pulse radar system, which can be implemented with the learning systems Basic radar technology and radar processor/display and comprises a phased array antenna, a beam-steering control module and the necessary cables.
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The learning system RCS and ISAR measurement can be connected to the radar processor/display to form a computer-based, pulse-mode system that can measure the radar cross section (RCS) of targets and generate inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) images of targets.
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The learning system Synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) is an add-on for the learning system RCS and ISAR to create a synthetic-aperture radar that produces high-resolution images, while providing an introduction to the basic principles and operation of SAR.
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The phase-coded pulse compression system is an add-on for the basic radar and radar processor/display learning systems. Radar pulse compression is a method of signal processing that can be used to enhance the range resolution and signal-to-noise ratio of a pulse radar. For only a modest increase in cost and complexity, pulse compression improves the range resolution without negatively affecting the signal-to-noise ratio. This is why all modern radar uses pulse compression.
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