Reconnaissance and Command AD Systems
Radiolocation means radio search and targeting of objects in space using electronic waves. Radio technical equipment used for this purpose is called radars. The English name RADAR is an abbreviation of these words: RAdio Detection And Ranging. Radar performs two basic activities. Detects an object and measures its motion parameters. Other activities can also be object identification, etc. Object detection issues include detecting the reflected signal against background noise and interference in the entire range of signal parameters (signal delay, frequency), as well as space overview or space search determined by the limits.
Radiolocation means radio search and targeting of objects in space using electronic waves. Radio technical equipment used for this purpose is called radars.
History, origin and first use of RADAR
Distribution of radiolocation
Physical basis of radiolocation
Main tactical and technical parameters of radars
Secondary radiation of electromagnetic waves
A short excursion into the development and especially the current state of the often discussed stealth technology