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Principles of Modern Radar: Advanced Techniques is a professional reference for practicing engineers, including Joseph R. Guerci that provides a stepping stone to advanced practice with in-depth discussions of the most commonly used advanced techniques for radar design. It will also serve advanced radar academic and training courses with a complete set of problems for students as well as solutions for instructors.
The ability to accurately resolve multiple angles of- arrival and polarization states through novel antenna concepts, as well as the ability to enhance signal-to-noise ratio, signal detection and source geolocation with multidimensional adaptive signal processing. If you would like this sent directly to your inbox, just email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line High Frequency request
To meet the ever-increasing demand for spectrum, spectrum sharing will be required; sharing has even been called a strategic imperative.Mr. Gremban discussed current approaches to spectrum sharing and some of the enablers that need to mature to take sharing to the next level. If you would like this sent directly to your inbox, just email email@example.com with the subject line Spectrum Interoperability request
An interactive discussion on the FCC experimental license, addressing the challenges of modernization whilst meeting standards and requirements. Balancing increased range and bandwidth to meet the needs of military and government agencies. Enhancing operations with new technology. If you would like this sent directly to your inbox, just email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Spectrum Challenges request
Did you miss the 2017 Military Radar Summit, or want a refesher of who was there? Well we have the resource for you! Check out the 2017 MIlitary Radar Post Show Report today. Featuring attendee snapshots, quotes, featured speakers and more, this is a can't miss read. If you want it sent directly to your inbox, email us today at email@example.com with the subject line Radar Post Show.
The need for increased capability to spot and identify enemy air, land and sea targets, while also upgrading the ability to detect incoming enemy aircraft, missiles or drones are expected to spark growth in the global military radar market over the next 10 years. This piece speaks to where how and where budgets are being allocated in the US and globally. If you would like this sent right to your inbox, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
From our last iteration of the Military Radar Summit, the Third annual Military Radar E-Magazine. We have put together some of the most thought provoking articles and interviews on Military Radar including, Army IBCS Missile Defense System Tracks Jets Despite Jamming and NORAD’s Perspective on Radar, a personal letter from our Chairman Dr. Joseph R. Guerci and more. Download today, or we can send it right to your inbox.
We sat down with Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, Chairman of the 11th Military Radar Summit, and asked him his thoughts on the future of Radar. Take a look at his thought provoking answers here.