Airborne radar systems
This course provides an overview of airborne radar system applications and system-specific issues.
The course lasts 5 days (33 hours) and includes:
- 21 hours of lectures
- 3 x 4-hours engineering design mini-project sessions
The purpose is to draw on basic theoretical and technological aspects to examine how airborne radar equipment is constituted with regard to system optics and design.
For each application, the technical choices resulting from the radar missions requiring them are examined as well as the on-board environment, and only the specific aspects of the envisaged applications discussed in detail.
As such, the radar systems are classified into missions. Previously, constraints common to all these radar systems will have been examined with a summary of the theoretical points, the use of which for airborne radar systems is a sensitive matter.
Course level: Advanced
Engineers must have good general training and have completed ELA 006 "Radar Performance and Applications" or have equivalent knowledge.
Prior completion of course ELA 007 "Radar systems: current and future concepts" is highly recommended.
Learners should be familiar with the main theories as well as the techniques and components of radar.
Head of Radar Domain - DASSAULT AVIATION.
- General information
- Aircraft constraints, integration of radar systems with on-board systems
- Theoretical recap
- Spectra, reception criteria
- Interception and aerial surveillance radar systems
- Essential features
- Low repetition frequency radar
- Doppler radar with high and medium repetition frequency
- Advanced technologies (multimode radars, electronic scanning, etc.)
- Ground vision radar systems
- Navigation and reconnaissance functions, nose cone radar systems, lateral-antenna radar systems
- Terrain tracking and obstacle detection radar systems
- All-weather flying at low or very low altitudes
- Maritime surveillance radar systems
- Detection and tracking of surface targets
- Self-guiding missiles
- Passive, semi-active and active self-guidance systems, conventional impulse technique and Doppler technique
- Radar integration
- Function of systems, architecture, radar integration with the system for Air-Air and Air-Surface missions
Scheduled in French:
PARIS: 18 to 22 November 2019
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,850 excluding tax (20% VAT)