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A beginner's guide to RADAR

Discussion in 'Modern Warfare' started by jagjitnatt, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. CONNAN

    CONNAN Major ELITE MEMBER

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    Selected Literature On Russia's PESA & AESA Radars

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    While Russian radar developers and manufacturers have failed to keep up with their Western counterparts in terms of introducing new-generation multi-mode AESA radars for both manned combat aircraft and airborne early warning & control platforms, there is still room for optimism if immediate steps are taken to redress the existing shortcomings. One interesting innovation the V Tikhmirov Scientific-Research Institute of Instrument Design has come up with concerns the ‘smart skin’ concept under which an AESA array’s L-band and S-band transmit/receive modules can be placed anywhere on board an AEW & C platform to generate the relevant radiation field required for achieving 360-degree hemispheric coverage of airspace. For countries like India such a technological breakthrough holds enormous promise, as this will now enable one to do away with conventional AESA antenna designs (like the one selected for the DRDO's to-be-developed AEW & C platform) that impose avoidable aerodynamics and structural penalties. To this end, it will be worthwhile to examine the prospect of modifying new-generation platforms like the IL-214 multi-role transport aircraft (MRTA)--being co-developed by India and Russia and to be co-produced in both countries as well--into an AEW & C plaform that would incorporate the 'smart skin' concept by acommodating conformally-mounted dual-band AESA T/R modules
     
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    grt info thank you....
     
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    Can anyone post about LAND BASED RADAR SYSTEM. Need not be the in use version of any armed service, but technology demonstrator or early variants of the RADAR system
     
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    Admins and mods...if this is against our Defense secret please delete it...........please reply also

    Me and my Friends are Research something on RADAR.....If any errors please advice me.....
    model of the design........
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    Using the dish antenna...............

    why using this means........

    Early airborne radars
    typically consist of
    parabolic reflectors with
    horn feeds.
    • The dish effectively directs
    the transmitted energy
    towards a target while at
    the same time “gathering
    and concentrating” some
    fraction of the returned
    energy.

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    Design Factors

    Array size
    • Mutual coupling
    • Scan volume and
    array bandwidth
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    If i succeed my project .i will post everything......Thank you.
     
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    Sir my Professor and the project guide says that ...The sword fish radar is a top secret ...so there is any conformational result for that...if you search in Google they show the green pine radar only...also said that
    swordfish is still on test progress...
     
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    I have some info about Swordfish..............

    Target acquisition and fire control radar for the BMD system.
    Can Guide Exo-atmospheric interceptor missile PAD to hit its target in space at an altitude over 80 km from earth.
    The Swordfish LRTR currently has a range of 600 km (370 mi)-800 km (500 mi) km range and can spot objects as small as a cricket ball (2-inches in diameter), which the DRDO plans to upgrade to 1,500 km by 2011. These may end up as entirely new designs as well.
     
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    Swordfish Long Range Tracking Radar
    INDRA series of 2D radars
    BFSR-SR 2D short range battlefield surveillance radar
    Rajendra Radar 3D medium range fire control radar
    Central Acquisition Radar (3D-CAR) planar array tracking radar
    3D AESA Long Range Tracking Radar
    Low Level Lightweight Radar(LLLR)



    the above radars are currently operational..............
     

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