Comparison Study of Multi-Beams Radar under Different Radar Cross Section and Different Transmitting Frequency

Author: Qaysar S.Mahdi1
1Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq

Abstract:  In this paper a comparison study is presented in order to evaluate the Simultaneous Multi – Beams radar under different radar cross section and different transmitting frequencies in order to evaluate the new radar performance under such complex environment. The results show that increasing the transmitting frequency will decrease the radar coverage and increasing the radar cross section will increase the radar coverage. Under such conditions the Simultaneous Multi–Beams radar offers good maneuverability and performance because it will choose the best type of beam according to the radar type, radar cross section, and target height and frequency diversity. Also it is concluded that the planner array will provide good beam forming and beam shaping techniques and it is possible to implement and construct a smart DSP processor which will choose the appropriate beam according to the target plat form and detection scenario for the new technology in addition to save time and cost.

Keywords: Component, Beam-Forming, Radar Coverage, Smart Processor

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doi: 10.23918/eajse.v3i3p1


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