Structural Design of Large Metric Wave Radar

  • Jianqi WuEmail author


Radar structural design takes an important part of radar development, determining the mobility, reliability, security, environment adaptability and manufacturability of a radar, and playing an important role in the performance and quality. As metric wave radar technology is developing, structure of metric wave radar is also significantly changing. According to telecommunication regime, metric wave radars are divided into 2D metric wave radars and 3D metric wave radars, their difference is whether having a height finding capability; according to structure, divided into array metric wave radars and aperture sparse metric wave radars, the array metric wave radar is a large planar array radar, and the aperture sparse radar uses tower-type array antennae, which can randomly be set up on a flat area; according to mobility, divided into mobile metric wave radars and fixed metric wave radars, the mobile metric wave radar can use a vehicle chassis for transportation, and because of the large array, the fixed metric wave radar usually doesn’t use the mechanical scanning mode and can’t be transported.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Electronics Technology Group CorporationHefeiChina

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