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Assembly of SkyRadar's NextGen 8 GHz Pulse Radar - It Just Takes a Couple of Minutes

In this video we show you step by step, how to assemble SkyRadar's NextGen 8 GHz Pulse Radar.

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Electronic Warfare - Range Deception in a Practical Experiment with a Rotating 8 GHz Pulse Radar and Aresia's Active Target

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.

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Aresia's Active Target Works Perfectly For Range and Speed Deception Training on SkyRadar's NextGen 8 GHz Pulse Radar

ARESIA-OZOIR's active target is a convincing tool to train electronic warfare with SkyRadar's NextGen 8 GHz Pulse radar.

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The Enchanting Singing and Dancing of the Radars (Video)

My colleague Volker recorded this short video of our NextGen Radars "singing" and "dancing" during release testing.

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2-Dimensional Constant false alarm rate CFAR Explained Using FreeScopes (Video)

The following video explains in detail the 2 Dimensional CFAR.

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NextGen Pulse Radar Implementation and Application Test by Ulisses Sodré de Almeida, Edasim Brazil

NextGen implementation and application test by Ulisses Sodré de Almeida, Edasim, Brazil.

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NextGen 8 GHz: Catching Moving Targets with CFAR, MTD and a Heatmap (Video)

This video show several blocks in the digital signal processing chain that allow to enhance the visibility and tracking of moving targets. We show CFAR, Moving Targete Detection with Doppler Filtering, a Heatmap and the I and Q signals.

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Using the NextGen Module with a 24 GHz FMCW Radar Extension

Within minutes we can replace the 8 GHz Pulse unit on top of the radar box with a a 24 GHz FMCW radar. We can analyze the FMCW with FreeScopes. Here is how it works.

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FreeScopes Version 7 is available now! With Modular Radar Block Diagrams and Lots of New Features

FreeScopes 7 allows students to read live raw data from radar sensors and to assemble their radar block diagrams on the screen, including A-Scopes, B-Scopes and the PPI.

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