high-resolution radar


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high-resolution radar

[′hī ‚rez·ə‚lü·shən ′rā‚där]
(engineering)
A radar system which can discriminate between two close targets.
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Geely has awarded Autoliv a 77GHz high-resolution radar contract for what it says are the company's commitment and unique strength in technology development, innovation and manufacturing of high quality products.
Note that the scattering centers of an actual target are located in very few positions over the whole region of interest (ROI) with stepped-frequency waveform high-resolution radar, and this provides the prerequisite condition that CS theory can be utilized for parameter estimation in the GTD model.
Auto Business News-August 31, 2017--Autoliv chosen by global automaker to provide 77GHz high-resolution radar systems
Examples of applications are high-bandwidth ( = 100 Gb/s) wireless communication links for next-generation wireless backhaul, campus and in-building mobile networks and wireless access networks, high-resolution RADAR for autonomous machine and robotic applications, imaging of concealed objects, detection of trace substances such as explosives and toxic gases by Terahertz spectroscopy, material defect imaging and analysis, and subcutaneous and dental imaging.
High-resolution radar imagery is planned for the day of closest approach.
The original specification for this high-resolution radar was very demanding, and intended to give the modernised aircraft an ability to fly attack mission in all weathers, delivering smart weapons.
Synthetic-aperture radars use movement of the antenna, along with sophisticated processing, to create high-resolution radar maps.
Apart from such a dramatic find, scientists expect the high-resolution radar images to help them determine the sequence of past volcanic events by studying which volcanic flows overlie which others.
In [5], high-resolution radar based on CS is proposed, and the CS radar employs a sufficiently "incoherent" pulse to reconstruct the observation scene.
A novel method for generating high-resolution radar images was experimentally demonstrated in 1953 by J.

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