diversity radar

diversity radar

[də′vər·səd·ē ′rā‚där]
(engineering)
A radar that uses two or more transmitters and receivers, each pair operating at a slightly different frequency but sharing a common antenna and video display, to obtain greater effective range and reduce susceptibility to jamming.
References in periodicals archive ?
Pizziol, "Frequency diversity radar system: design, analysis and performances," in Proceedings of the 3rd European Radar Conference (EuRAD '06), pp.
Ravenni, "Performance evaluations of frequency diversity radar system," in Proceedings of the 4th European Radar Conference (EURAD '07), pp.
[14] V Ravenni, "Performance evaluations of frequency diversity radar system," in Proceedings of the 37th IEEE European Microwave Conference (EUMC '07), pp.
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