With some technologies that involve intangible concepts, it is important that training includes real-world technologies, as is true with our Radar Training Systems. The Radar Training System provides students with real — not simulated — hands-on experience, combining real-world radar with the power of modern surveillance technology, and using patented technology to detect and track passive targets at very short range in the presence of noise and clutter.
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The Basic Radar Training System is a complete set of hardware, courseware, and all necessary accessories, such as targets and interconnecting cables, that allows the principles of pulse, CW Doppler, and FM-CW radar systems to be studied.
The Radar Processor/Display is used in conjunction with the Basic Radar Training System to form a complete and modern pulse radar system, adding radar echo signal processing functions, PPI display functions, on-screen block diagrams of the complete radar and radar processor/display subsystem, and computer-based instruments (oscilloscope and data monitoring system.
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The Radar Tracking Training System adds on to the pulse radar implemented with the Basic Radar Training System and the Radar Processor/Display to form a continuous tracking radar. This radar can track a passive target that moves in the classroom laboratory.
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Radar Active Target (RAT) Training System is used in conjunction with the three previous subsystems (above) to train students in the principles and scenarios of EW. This is a truly unique system that places real-time, safe, and unclassified EW demonstrations into the hands of students.
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The Radar Phased Array Antenna Training System is specifically designed to be used with the complete, pulse radar system that can be implemented with the Basic Radar Training System and the Radar Processor/Display, and includes a phased array antenna, a beam-steering control module, and the necessary cables.
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The RCS and ISAR Measurement Training System adds on to the Radar Processor/Display to form a computer-based, pulse-mode system that can measure the radar cross section (RCS) of targets and produce inverse synthetic-aperture radar (ISAR) images of targets.
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The Synthetic-Aperture Radar (SAR) Training System adds on to the RCS and ISAR Measurement Training System to form a synthetic aperture radar that can produce high-resolution images, providing an introduction to the basic principles and operation of synthetic aperture radar (SAR).
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The Phase-Coded Pulse Compression System is an add-on to the Basic Radar and Radar Processor/Display Training Systems. Radar Pulse Compression is a signal processing technique used to increase the range resolution and signal-to-noise ratio of any pulse radar. For only a modest increase in cost and complexity, pulse compression improves the range resolution without sacrificing the signal-to-noise ratio. This is why all modern radars use pulse compression.
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