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  • Make copies for distribution. 1. Transmit/Receive Antennas. Since must operate simultaneously, must be located separately so receiving antenna doesn’t pick up transmitted signal. 2. Oscillator or Power Amplifier. Sends out signal to transmit antenna. Also sends sample signal to Mixer. (used as a reference) 3. Mixer. a. A weak sample of the transmitted RF energy is combined with the received echo signal. b. The two signal will differ because of the Doppler shift. c. The output of the mixer is a function of the difference in frequencies. 4. Amplifier. Increases strength of signal before sending it to the indicator. 5. Discriminator. a. Selects desired frequency bands for Doppler shifts, eliminates impossible signals. b. The unit will only allow certain frequency bands so won’t process stray signals. 6. Indicator. Displays data. Displays velocity or the component directly inbound or directly outbound. Range is not measured . 7. Filters. Used to reduce noise, used in amp to reduce sea return, land clutter, and other non-desirable targets.
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    • 1. RADAR SYSTEMPRESENTED BY:-VIPIN KR. MISHRAEC 6THSEM
    • 2. CONTENTSCONTENTS• What isWhat is RADARRADAR??• Evolution ofEvolution of RADARRADAR..• Principle of working ofPrinciple of working of RADARRADAR..• Working of aWorking of a RADARRADAR systems.systems.• RADARRADAR signal processing.signal processing.• Antenna designing inAntenna designing in RADARRADAR..• RADARRADAR modulators.modulators.• Fields of application ofFields of application of RADARRADAR..• BestBest RADARRADAR system in the world.system in the world.
    • 3. EVOLUTION OF RADAREVOLUTION OF RADAR• In 1886, a German physicistIn 1886, a German physicist Heinrich HertzHeinrich Hertz analyzedanalyzedthatthat Radio Waves could be reflected from the solidRadio Waves could be reflected from the solidobjects.objects.• In 1895,In 1895, Alexander PopovAlexander Popov wrote that this Phenomenonwrote that this Phenomenonmight be used for detecting objects.might be used for detecting objects.• In 1904,the German inventorIn 1904,the German inventor Christian HulsmeyerChristian Hulsmeyer waswasthe first to use radio waves to detect “the first to use radio waves to detect “the presence ofthe presence ofdistant metallic objectsdistant metallic objects”.”.
    • 4. ? RADAR? RADAR• RADARRADAR is an object detection system whichis an object detection system whichuses radio waves to determine theuses radio waves to determine therange,altitude, direction and speed of objects.range,altitude, direction and speed of objects.• The termThe term RADARRADAR was coined in 1940 by Unitedwas coined in 1940 by UnitedStates Navy for “States Navy for “RARAdiodio DDetectionetection AAndnd RRanging”.anging”.• There are basically two types of radars-There are basically two types of radars-1.1.CountinousCountinous wave radar, 2.wave radar, 2.PulsePulse radar.radar.
    • 5. WHAT IS RADAR?WHAT IS RADAR?
    • 6. Pulse Radar Block DiagramPulse Radar Block DiagramPowerSupplySynchronizerTransmitterDisplayDuplexer(Switching Unit)ReceiverAntennaAntenna Bearing or ElevationVideoEchoATRRFTR
    • 7. Continuous Wave RadarContinuous Wave RadarComponentsComponentsDiscriminator AMP MixerCW RFOscillatorIndicatorOUTOUTININTransmitter AntennaAntenna
    • 8. PRINCIPLES OF WORKINGPRINCIPLES OF WORKING• A radar system has a Transmitter that emits radio wavesA radar system has a Transmitter that emits radio wavescalledcalled radar signalradar signal inin predetermined directions.predetermined directions.• When these signals come into contact with an objectWhen these signals come into contact with an objectthey are usuallythey are usually reflectedreflected in many directions.in many directions.• There is a slight equivalent change in the frequency ofThere is a slight equivalent change in the frequency ofradar waves caused byradar waves caused by Doppler effect.Doppler effect.• The receiver receives the reflected signals that can beThe receiver receives the reflected signals that can bestrengthened by using electronic amplifiers andstrengthened by using electronic amplifiers and signalsignalprocessing methods .processing methods .
    • 9. DOPPLER EFFECTDOPPLER EFFECT• Frequency shift is caused by motion that changes theFrequency shift is caused by motion that changes thenumber ofnumber of wavelengths between the reflector and thewavelengths between the reflector and theradarradar..
    • 10. RADAR SIGNALRADAR SIGNALPROCESSINGPROCESSING• 1. Distance Measurement1. Distance Measurement• For theFor the pulse radarpulse radar the round trip-time is used tothe round trip-time is used todetect the distance.detect the distance.• The distance inThe distance in continuous wave radarcontinuous wave radar isismeasured by the product of one half of the trip-measured by the product of one half of the trip-time and the speed of signal.time and the speed of signal.
    • 11. RADAR SIGNALRADAR SIGNALPROCESSINGPROCESSING• 2.Speed2.Speed MeasurementMeasurement• In a radar, the variation between the phase ofIn a radar, the variation between the phase ofsuccessive returns, gives the distance, the target hassuccessive returns, gives the distance, the target hasmoved between pulses.moved between pulses.RF genera-toreIF genera-toremixerBPFcirculatordetectorIFamplifierdetectorLPFFrequency counter displayAntenna
    • 12. Why signal processing ?Why signal processing ?• Signal processing is employed in radar systems toSignal processing is employed in radar systems toreduce the radar interference effect.reduce the radar interference effect.• Constant alarm rate and digital terrain objectConstant alarm rate and digital terrain object processingprocessingare also used in clutter environments.are also used in clutter environments.
    • 13. ANTENNA DESIGNING IN RADARANTENNA DESIGNING IN RADAR• Radio signals broadcast from a single antennaRadio signals broadcast from a single antennawill spread out in all directions, and likewise awill spread out in all directions, and likewise asingle antenna will receive signals equally fromsingle antenna will receive signals equally fromall directions.all directions.• Early systems tended to use omni-directionalEarly systems tended to use omni-directionalbroadcast antenna, with directional receiverbroadcast antenna, with directional receiverantennas which were pointed in variousantennas which were pointed in variousdirections.directions.
    • 14. ANTENNA DESIGNING IN RADARANTENNA DESIGNING IN RADAR• Parabolic antenna is usedParabolic antenna is usedin the radar system.in the radar system.• Parabolic antennaParabolic antennaproduce a narrow beamproduce a narrow beamin one dimension and ain one dimension and arelatively wide beam inrelatively wide beam inthe other dimension.the other dimension.
    • 15. ANTENNA DESIGNING IN RADARANTENNA DESIGNING IN RADARPARAB-OLICANTENNAPHASED ARRAYANTENNADIPOLE ANTENNASLOTTEDWAVEGUIDEANTENNACassegrainantenna
    • 16. RADIATION PATTERN OFRADIATION PATTERN OFANTENNASANTENNASPARABOLICANTENNAPHASEDARRAYANTENNACASSEGRAINANTENNASLOTTEDWAVEGUIDE ANTENNA
    • 17. RADAR MODULATORRADAR MODULATOR• Modulators act to provide the waveform of the RF-pulse.Modulators act to provide the waveform of the RF-pulse.• The Hydrogen thyratron modulator is the most commonThe Hydrogen thyratron modulator is the most commonradar modulatorradar modulator• The shape and duration of the pulse are determined byThe shape and duration of the pulse are determined bythe electrical characteristics of the pulse-formingthe electrical characteristics of the pulse-forming networknetworkHigh voltagepower supplyCharging diodeCharging coilPulse forming networkc1R1Thyratron Pulse transformer
    • 18. THE THYRATRONTHE THYRATRON• A typical thyratron is a gas-filled tube for radarA typical thyratron is a gas-filled tube for radarmodulator.modulator.• The high-vacuum tube modulator is to act as a switch toThe high-vacuum tube modulator is to act as a switch toturn a pulse ON and OFF at the transmitter in responseturn a pulse ON and OFF at the transmitter in responseto a control signal.to a control signal.GRIDAnodeFilamentCathodeGas filling
    • 19. FIELDS OF APPLICATIONFIELDS OF APPLICATION• MILITARYMILITARY• REMOTE SENSINGREMOTE SENSING• AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLAIR TRAFFIC CONTROL• HIGHWAY SECURITYHIGHWAY SECURITY• NAVIGATIONNAVIGATION• SHIP SECURITYSHIP SECURITY• SPACE (SATTELITS )SPACE (SATTELITS )
    • 20. RADAR IN DAY TO DAY LIFERADAR IN DAY TO DAY LIFE• MICROWAVE IMPULSE RADAR USES TO DETONATMICROWAVE IMPULSE RADAR USES TO DETONATSMALL BOMBS.SMALL BOMBS.• BY ATTACHING A EXTENDER RADAR CAN BE USEDBY ATTACHING A EXTENDER RADAR CAN BE USEDTO SEARCH FOR TRAPPED PEOPLE.TO SEARCH FOR TRAPPED PEOPLE.• TUNNEL WALL INSPECTION.TUNNEL WALL INSPECTION.• MINE INSPECTION.MINE INSPECTION.• LOCATING UNDERGROUND PIPES.LOCATING UNDERGROUND PIPES.• LOCATING GRAVES.LOCATING GRAVES.
    • 21. ADVANTAGES OF RADARADVANTAGES OF RADAR• RADAR provide superior penetration capability throughRADAR provide superior penetration capability throughany type of weather condition, and can be used in theany type of weather condition, and can be used in theday or night timeday or night time!!• Radar uses radio wave that does not require aRadar uses radio wave that does not require amedium, so can be used in space and airmedium, so can be used in space and air!!• Radar can be long range and the wave propagate atRadar can be long range and the wave propagate atthe speed of light rather then sound (like with sonar)the speed of light rather then sound (like with sonar)!!• Very flexible - can be used in a number of waysVery flexible - can be used in a number of ways !!• Stationary modeStationary mode!!• Moving modeMoving mode!!  • Beam spread can incorporate many targetsBeam spread can incorporate many targets !!• Can often select fastest target or best reflectionCan often select fastest target or best reflection !!• Still very reliable and advancedStill very reliable and advanced!!
    • 22. DISADVANTAGES OF RADARDISADVANTAGES OF RADAR• Time - Radar can take up to 2 seconds to lock on !Time - Radar can take up to 2 seconds to lock on !• Radar has wide beam spread (50 ft diameter over 200 ftRadar has wide beam spread (50 ft diameter over 200 ftrange)!range)!• More interference sourcesMore interference sources. . 
    • 23. LATEST AND ADVANCED RADARLATEST AND ADVANCED RADARSYSTEMSYSTEM

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