14 October 1983 High-power, Coherent 95 GHz Radar System: HIPCOR-95
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The Georgia Institute of Technology Engineering Experiment Station is developing a pulsed, coherent, high-power 95 GHz instrumentation radar employing an extended interac-tion amplifier (EIA) transmitter. The system (HIPCOR-95) is intended to provide milli-meter wave instrumentation support to future reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition programs. This paper describes the new technology which supports the develop-ment of such a radar and the characteristics and operating parameters of the system.
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E. K. Reedy, E. K. Reedy, N. T. Alexander, N. T. Alexander, J. C. Butterworth, J. C. Butterworth, J. A. Scheer, J. A. Scheer, } "High-power, Coherent 95 GHz Radar System: HIPCOR-95", Proc. SPIE 0423, Millimeter Wave Technology II, (14 October 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.936179; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.936179
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