Radar Techniques Program. Division 6
Quarterly technical summary rept. 1 May-Jul 1970
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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The work is threefold. First is the design and construction of a unique general-purpose computing facility that centers around the Fast Digital Processor. Next is the design and construction of a demonstration radar facility which will incorporate an electronically scanned ground-based antenna system, a versatile range-gate selection system and general-purpose radar signal processing capabilities using the FDP. The third aspect of the work is a study effort aimed at sorting out the advanced airborne radar problems of greatest utility. Specific interests in this last area include the use of synthetic operative techniques for high angular resolution of moving targets, algorithms for range-gate selection and the architecture of multimode, general-purpose airborne radar digital signal processors.
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment