In preparation for Military Radar 2019, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:
- Next Generation Sensors Employing Wideband, Agile, Multi-Function Capabilities And Technologies : Jerald Nespor, Chief Engineer/ Senior Radar Fellow, Lockheed Martin
- Machine Learning for Radar Detection and Cognition: Dr. Kevin Wagner, Electrical Engineer, Naval Research Laboratory
- Waveform Design in Cognitive Radar for Clutter Suppression and Spectrum Deconfliction: Dr. Ram Narayanan, IEEE Fellow and Professor, Pennsylvania State University
- A Review of Russian Electronic Warfare Strategy and Tactics: Samuel Bendett, Research Analyst, Russia Studies Program, Center for Naval Analysis
- Spectrum Sharing--How This Shift In Policy Will Effect Radar Design, Acquisition and Operations? Troy Orwan, DoD CIO, Spectrum Policy & International Engagements
- Multi-Domain Sensing Autonomy and Future Directions in Radar: William Baldygo, Chief, Multi-Domain Sensing Autonomy Division, Sensors Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory
Dr. Ram Narayanan, IEEE Fellow and Professor, Pennsylvania State University, presents on:
- Implications to radar spectrum sharing
- Enhancing spectral, power, and weight efficiency of applications
- Incorporating RF communications and radar functionalities into a single platform
FCC Regulation of the Manufacture, Development & Testing of Military Radars and Communications Systems; Experimental Licensing of RF Tests to Support Military Contracts and IR&D
Jeffrey Rummel, Partner at Arent Fox, speaks about timely preparation and submission of an application, pre-coordination with FAA, NTIA, Army, Air Force, etc., and more in his presentation from the last iteration of the Military Radar Summit.
Troy Orwan, DoD CIO, Spectrum Policy & International Engagements, presents on:
- Challenges to maintain its technological and operational advantages over nearpeer adversaries
- DoD’s strategy shift from the static and unresponsive allocation processes to more flexible and dynamic sharing processes
In this presentation from last year's Military Radar Summit, Brian Lihani, Deputy Chief, Aerospace Warning Branch from NORAD, shares an overview of the state of legacy assets and performancecapability upgrades that need to be reached, explains Over the Horizon Radar’s role in the arctic and anunderstanding of its limitations, and more! Download today, or have it sent straight to your inbox.
As one of the speakers on the Securing Consistent Military Intelligence in the Arctic Region panel from the 2016 Military Radar Summit, Tony Ponsford, Site Technical Director at Raytheon, speaks specifically about the emerging radars technologies for arctic surveillance. Download today, or have it sent right to your inbox.
Samuel Bendett, Research Analyst, Russia Studies Program, Center for Naval Analysis, presents a review of Russian electronic warefare tactics.
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
Jerald Nespor, Chief Engineer/ Senior Radar Fellow, Lockheed Martin, presents on next generation sensors in military radar.
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 email@example.com with the subject line Spectrum Challenges request
Dr. Kevin Wagner, Electrical Engineer, Naval Research Laboratory, presents on machine learning for military radar detection and cognition.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Spectrum Interoperability request