This course builds on the analysis techniques covered in the introductory radar signal analysis course and describes further techniques that enable students to deal with more complex analysis challenges.
The students will learn how to recognise a number of commonly encountered interpulse modulation types, the most effective ways to measure them and the advantages and disadvantages of each modulation type.
The course contains modules focusing on intrapulse modulation types, how to analyse them and the advantages and disadvantages of each modulation type.
Detailed descriptions of different scan techniques commonly used by radar systems and how to identify and measure them are also contained in the analysis modules.
One of the modules also includes a detailed description of FMCW signal analysis. The techniques used to recognize and analyse RF agile radar signals are also elaborated on during the course.
All signal analysis is conducted using the R&S®TPA software.
As in the introductory radar signal analysis course, students will be required to analyse and measure the parameters of a total of 13 synthetic radar signals.
Who should attend?
Military and Civilian Radar and EW Practitioners from both Operational and Engineering backgrounds. Programme and Project Managers, Systems Engineers and Technical Staff.
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