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With ARESIA-OZOIR's active target and SkyRadar's NextGen 8 GHz Pulse radar we experiment on range deception and radar lock-in with a rotating radar.

ARESIA-OZOIR (formerly Lun'tech) is known for its Luneberg radar reflectors and its active radar reflectors (see the first introductory post). With Aresia’s special version of an active target, operating with low emission power on the 8-18 GHz Frequency band, we conduct electronic warfare experiments using SkyRadar's NextGen 8 GHz Pulse Radar Training System.

Watch the video, which we produced in a session with experts from ARESIA-OZOIR and SkyRadar. It applies and explains range deception and radar lock-in in a practical experiment.

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The active target can be purchased at SkyRadar.com together with the complete radar and Electronic Warfare training infrastructure. You can also acquire it directly from ARESIA-OZOIR, where you can benefit from their portfolio of lenses and other calbiration oriented targets.

The sessions with the experts generated lots of videos and radar logs which we will share in this series. You will also learn how to react on and dismantle jamming attacks.

So stay tuned, and call us to discuss the suitable EW training solution for your military academy or university.

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