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microwave radar

Sublethal exposure has been associated with headaches, insomnia, irritability, photophobia, and diastolic HTN; after acute exposure, there is a sensation of warmth, and ↑ CK
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The new rack-mount unit comprises two Cambridge Pixel HPx-346 radar-to-network cards featuring a combined ARM/FPGA system-on-chip processor to handle the radar acquisition and data conversion.
Airborne radar can accurately paint a red core in front of you, but the next core beyond that might show as green or yellow due to attenuation, when in fact it should be red.
Commander of Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base Brigadier General Farzad Esmayeeli announced in August that the country's Armed Forces put into operation the home-made 'Nazir' radar system with the capability of detecting radar-evading targets and fighting against electronic warfare.
Echodyne is reinventing the way the world uses radar by creating high performance electronically scanning radars with ultra-low C-SWAP (cost, size, weight, and power).
Ground-based radars are expected to grow fastest in the military radars market"
The information received is then illustrated on a radar display screen to indicate the target and its distance from the radar system.
Alongside the ES-05 Raven, Selex has supplied its SCP-01 Scipio radar to equip 43 of the Forca Aerea Brasileira (FAB/Brazilian Air Force) AMX International AMX-A1M fighters as part of the type's modernisation effort, with the radars delivered between 2013 and 2014.
Work will now commence on The Round Mountain radar site as part of the en route radar replacement project, said Mr Rodwell.
By that time, the detector is already close to the radar and is not useful.
Radar countermeasures may be, according to the effects they achieve, classified into a number of groups, which in turn can be intentionally or unintentionally combined.
Testing of the pod that will house the radar has already begun.
FIGHTING CLUTTER Radar does such a fine job of detecting invisible things--faraway planes or sky-high clouds of insects--that it's hard to believe that a backyard bee would stump the technology.