Appendix B: The Design Process

Appendix B: The Design Process

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We will now examine the procedure we need to adopt in the design of the eight-channel Pandora. This radar will essentially operate in two modes, the coarse mode and the line mode. The initial detection of the target will be in the coarse mode, wherein only one channel will be used and the target recognition will occur in the line mode wherein all eight channels will be used. We will examine these separately. The program “pandora.cpp” supplied with this book, gives you the initial option of starting with either of these modes. This is because the coarse mode also pertains to the design of a single-channel FMCW radar of the type as discussed in Chapter 7. The line mode pertains to the multi-channel radar and is meant for range profiling. In our example in this appendix, we will design separately for this coarse mode as well as the line mode.

Inspec keywords: FM radar; CW radar

Other keywords: single-channel FMCW radar; multichannel radar; eight-channel Pandora; design process

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications

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