Radar is still the widespread technique for independent Surveillance, with an important contribution to safety and the overall performance of the Network. This course goes into the details of primary and secondary radar, including Mode S. At the end of the course the student will have an in-depth understanding of what happens from detection to output: antenna, receiver/transmitter, signal processing and plot processing/extraction. In addition some important surveillance related regulatory aspects together with surveillance related Centralised Services are highlighted. The course consists of 2.5-days theoretical lectures and a 1-day practical session.
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