06 May 2014

Eastern OptX unveils dynamic radar target scenario generator

Eastern OptX, supplier of microwave delay lines for radar target simulation, has introduced its Series 10000 Radar Scenario Generator.

Features include:

  • Scenario generation that includes speed of the target, opening or closing Doppler frequency addition

  • Dynamic Doppler radar addition is imposed directly onto the radar system’s transmit signal

  • Scenario creation is done from the front panel touch screen or via Ethernet remote programming

  • Programmable radar target creation is possible from close in (five feet) to over 200 miles, in steps as small as five feet

  • Optional software allows entry of scenarios by segment via either latitude/longitude or Google Maps enabling complex flight simulations

When used as a radar altimeter test set, these programmable features allow for flight path simulations, such as takeoff and landing patterns.

The Series 10000 includes programmable delay lines to 40 GHz, range formula target amplitudes, Doppler radar generation, dynamic multipath, and sophisticated software.

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