Civil and military radar system upgrade
Intersoft Electronics provides state-of-the-art technology for radar system integration, upgrades and service life extensions. The modularly designed processor, receiver, transmitter and antenna subsystems provide a technology platform that allows for a flexible approach to civil and military radar projects, in applications ranging from long range air defense radars to civil aviation systems. The innovative ASR-M® concept provides a new take on ASR design, adapted to the new challenges for air traffic control and the fast paced technological advance. It’s a concept for radar manufacturers as well as for ANSPs .
Advanced Processing technologies
Modern airport surveillance radar (ASR) must incorporate innovative algorithms to address the challenges of the changing airspace environment. Air traffic density increases, low radar cross section (RCS) targets fill the skies, windfarms create false detections and 4G/5G frequencies interfere with radar. Rest the more common issues of clutter suppression and weather phenomena like anomalous propagation. New technologies offer solutions and create other opportunities. Extracting accurate height information is such a novel feature of modern ASRs.
Intersoft Electronics’ Next Generation Signal Processor (NGSP®) incorporates patented algorithms that address those challenges. The overall NGSP® technology advances way beyond legacy PSR performance.
Read in this Advanced Processing Technologies Whitepaper how the key algorithms work.
Intersoft Electronics News
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