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ELA-006 B
Electromagnetic detection - 2020

Performance capabilities and applications of radar

Basic principles for the preliminary design phase

OBJECTIVE :

This training is intended for system engineers and radar component specialists.

It provides an overview of radar in four areas: physical principles, theory, technology and application techniques, which will be explored according to a comprehensive and coherent program.

COURSE DURATION AND TIMETABLE :

The course lasts 9.5 days (59 hours) over two non-consecutive weeks organized as follows:

1st part (5 days), including:

12 x 1.5-hours lectures

10.5 hours of lecturer-led exercises

2nd part (4.5 days), including:

7 x 1.5-hours lectures

13.5 hours of lecturer-led exercises

1 x 3-hours recap - 1 final discussion

Learners are required to bring a pocket scientific calculator.

GENERAL APPROACH :

The course is for engineers or technicians with a basic knowledge of electronics and who work in a field where radars are used.

It provides an understanding of the radar phenomena, the possibilities of these systems and the constraints governing them today and in the near future. It concludes with a preliminary draft of modern radar.

Practical applications (tutorials) making up a large part of the course.

PREREQUISITE :

Course level: Basic/Advanced

The course is open to engineers or senior technicians with basic knowledge of mathematics, physics, probability (basic theorems, functions), Fourier transforms and the integration of usual and exponential functions.

COURSE DIRECTOR(S) :

Jonathan ISRAËL:

Engineer at ONERA

José MAMETSA:

Research Engineer at the Electromagnetism and Radar Department at ONERA/DEMR, Toulouse

Thierry DELOUES:

Engineer at ONERA

CONTENT :

1st PART

General principles - radar equation

Principles involved, basic architecture

Overview of the different types of radar

Performance criteria

Propagation equation, radar equation

Detection efficiency/performance

Detection of stable and fluctuating targets

Frequency agility and diversity

Post integration

Radar extractors

Key subsystems

Radar transmitters and their power elements

Radar receivers

Antennas used in radar

Electronic scanning and active antennas

2nd PART

Radar functionalities

Distance and angular tracking

Pulse Doppler radar systems

Visualization of moving targets

Introduction to modern concepts

Radar equivalent area prediction models

Airborne Doppler - Pulse radar systems

Pulse compression, correlation

High resolution radar systems

Radar imagery

 

WHEN AND WHERE :

Scheduled in French:

TOULOUSE: 1st part: 16 to 20 November 2020

TOULOUSE: 2nd part: November 30 to 4 December 2020

 

For the English realization, please, consult us.

COURSE FEES :

€3,650 excluding tax (20% VAT)

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