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Approaches to Implementation

Approaches to Implementation

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Having reviewed the basic radar concepts, we move on now to the practical consideration of their implementation. While there is an endless variety of radar designs, we can get a rough idea of what is involved by considering three generic radars. First is a radar of the sort used by the all-weather interceptors of the 1950s and 1960s, called simply a 'pulsed' radar. In different configurations, it still is used today. The second generic type is a far more capable one, called a 'pulse-doppler' radar. It is the kind used in the current generation of conventional fighter and attack aircraft. In various forms, it too has a variety of applications. The third generic type is a pulse-doppler radar tailored to meet the special requirements of stealth aircraft.

Chapter Contents:

  • Generic 'Pulsed' Radar
  • Generic Pulse-Doppler Radar
  • Generic Radar for Stealth

Inspec keywords: airborne radar; Doppler radar; military radar

Other keywords: all weather interceptor; radar implementation; pulse Doppler radar; basic radar concepts; radar design; stealth aircraft; pulsed radar; attack aircraft; generic radar

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications

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