Presented by:
Aditya D Pai
Arjun Jain
Pratheek Manjunath
6th semester, TCE
RVCE, Bangalore
 Missile guidance – target
acquisition and tracking
 Early Airborne Warning
Systems
 Air surveillance (UAV) and
defense...
 Air Traffic Control
 Aircraft Navigation and safety
 Weather Forecast
 Remote sensing
 Law enforcement
 Space Explo...
 Airspace control
 Approach control
 Ground control
 Apron control
 ‘Radome’
 L or S band
 Instantaneous Polarization switching
 High gain
 Low sidelobe loss
UHF , Omnidirectional or Yagi antennas
Elevation coverage of 40 degrees
Compliant with ICAO specifications
 Aircrafts use on board RADARs for mapping the
weather on their course ahead.
 Avoid obstacles – terrain on other aircra...
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
Antennas for radars
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Different types of antennas used for civilian and military RADARs.

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Antennas for radars

  1. 1. Presented by: Aditya D Pai Arjun Jain Pratheek Manjunath 6th semester, TCE RVCE, Bangalore
  2. 2.  Missile guidance – target acquisition and tracking  Early Airborne Warning Systems  Air surveillance (UAV) and defense  Surface Monitoring – IFF  Submarine, ships and Aricraft
  3. 3.  Air Traffic Control  Aircraft Navigation and safety  Weather Forecast  Remote sensing  Law enforcement  Space Exploration  Ship navigation and safety
  4. 4.  Airspace control  Approach control  Ground control  Apron control
  5. 5.  ‘Radome’  L or S band  Instantaneous Polarization switching  High gain  Low sidelobe loss
  6. 6. UHF , Omnidirectional or Yagi antennas Elevation coverage of 40 degrees Compliant with ICAO specifications
  7. 7.  Aircrafts use on board RADARs for mapping the weather on their course ahead.  Avoid obstacles – terrain on other aircrafts
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