ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS-RADAR TYPES.
Rept. no. 4 (Final), 15 Feb 64-15 Apr 65,
IIT RESEARCH INST CHICAGO ILL
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The objectives of this program were to establish measurement procedures for defining the interference characteristics of U.S. Army radar equipments. The work has been reported in three main sections dealing with antenna measurement techniques, transmitter measurements and advanced measurement techniques. The discussion of antenna measurement techniques includes studies of the M-33 acquisition radar antenna, multimode effects, instrumentation and measurement procedures, ground effects on antenna pattern measurements and far field measurements in the Fresnel Zone. The discussion of transmitter measurements includes presentation of the Pattern Integration Techniques and insertion loss of the M-33 radar. The discussion of advanced measurement techniques deals with the problems of interference measurements of tracking radars. The presentation includes a review of the data requirements for tracking radar interference prediction and analysis of monopulse pulse doppler and CW-FM radar systems. Author