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The use of radar for non cooperative target recognition

Lecture

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The lecture covers the fundamental radar target recognition concepts and discusses the principle technological advances which have enabled these new functions to be developed.

Date and Time

28 February 2013 - 19:30-21:00

Location

Newport, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Solent local network.


About this event

Radar has traditionally been a sensor which has been used to detect, localise and track targets. Developments in various technologies are enabling radar to now to be used as an imaging sensor which can be used to identify targets such as aircraft, ships and ground vehicles. The lecture covers the fundamental radar target recognition concepts and discusses the principle technological advances which have enabled these new functions to be developed.

The lecture will be preceded by refreshments from 19:00.

Speaker

Peter Tait, CEng, FIET, BAE Systems Engineering Fellow

Programme

19:00 - Networking/Tea
19:30 - Lecture starts

Additional information

Contact: Solent Network Isle of Wight Section Chairman



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