Radar recorder system. User's manual

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Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Ottawa ONT (CAN);DSPCon Inc, Bridgewater NJ (US)
Abstract
On January 20, 1998, DSPCon, Inc was contracted by the Defence Research Establishment Ottawa (DREO) to design, build and test a Pulse Doppler air to air Digital Radar Receiver and Data Acquisition System. This system will become part of a new radar surveillance capability to be used by Canadian Forces. DREO will use this system to gather data and to develop digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms for the new radar surveillance capabilities. DSPCon's goal was to make maximum use of commercial off the shelf (COTS) hardware and software and to provide a system that will fully comply with the statement of work (SOW) within the time frame of the award. Although the SOW was extremely clear, some technical clarification was necessary mid way through the award period. This clarification, which was arrived at through technical discussions between DSPCon and DREO engineers, resulted in some modification of the COTS approach originally discussed.
Keywords
Digital signal processing
Report Number
DREO-CR-98-640 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
01 Aug 1998
Number of Pages
23
DSTKIM No
CA011115
CANDIS No
515277
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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