7 May 2010 Compact networked radars for Army unattended ground sensors
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The Army Research Laboratory is in partnership with the University of Florida - Electronics Communications Laboratory to develop compact radar technology and demonstrate that it is scalable to a variety of ultra-lightweight platforms (<10 lbs.) to meet Army mission needs in persistent surveillance, unattended ground sensor (UGS), unmanned systems, and man-portable sensor applications. The advantage of this compact radar is its steerable beam technology and relatively long-range capability compared to other small, battery-powered radar concepts. This paper will review the ongoing development of the sensor and presents a sample of the collected data thus far.
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David A. Wikner, David A. Wikner, Edward A. Viveiros, Edward A. Viveiros, Ronald Wellman, Ronald Wellman, John Clark, John Clark, Jim Kurtz, Jim Kurtz, Jeff Pulskamp, Jeff Pulskamp, Robert Proie, Robert Proie, Tony Ivanov, Tony Ivanov, Ronald G. Polcawich, Ronald G. Polcawich, Eric D. Adler, Eric D. Adler, } "Compact networked radars for Army unattended ground sensors", Proc. SPIE 7694, Ground/Air Multi-Sensor Interoperability, Integration, and Networking for Persistent ISR, 769410 (7 May 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.852916; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.852916


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