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Developments in Bistatic Radar


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Developments in Bistatic Radar, Professor Hugh Griffiths FREng, DSc(Eng), FIET, FIEEE (University College, London)

Date and Time

20 September 2017 - 10:00-12:00


Portsmouth, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - South: Solent local network. Contact Solent Retired Members Section for more information.

About this event

Bistatic Radar, in which the receiver is located remotely from the radar transmitter, offers some significant advantages, as well as introducing some complications. The ideas have been around for more than seventy years, but are now starting to be adopted more widely. The presentation will review the principles, some historical examples, and current research, including passive bistatic radar (exploiting broadcast or communications transmissions), landmine detection, and drone detection.

Professor Hugh Griffiths was awarded the A F Harvey Prize of £300,000 by the IET for his research work on Bistatic Radar in 2012 and he will bring us up to date with his research.


10:00 refreshments
10:30 start
12:00 latest finish

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