monopulse


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monopulse

(ˈmɒnəʊˌpʌls)
n
1. (Communications & Information) a radar transmitting a single pulse only
2. (Communications & Information) a single radar pulse
3. (General Physics) physics a sole laser power pulsation
adj
4. (Communications & Information) radar relating to radar transmission that uses a single pulse only
5. (General Physics) physics having or using a sole laser power pulsation
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Rebeiz, "A W-band dielectric-lens-based integrated monopulse radar receiver," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol.
This monopulse array is restricted by its structure due to mechanical scanning limitations.
In [15], a technique for obtaining simultaneously wide-angular nulling in the sum and difference patterns of a monopulse antenna that utilizes two additional elements, one at each end of the original array, was investigated.
Suganthan, "Synthesis of difference patterns for monopulse antennas with optimal combination of array-size and number of subarrays--A multio-bjective optimization approach," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Massa, "Synthesis of monopulse time-modulated planar arrays with controlled sideband radiation," IET Radar Sonar Navig.
The second updated edition of Monopulse Principles and Techniques comes from experts who offer technical details on the monopulse radar, which sends additional information within a radar signal to avoid problems in signal strength.
It incorporates a ten km range monopulse rangefinder, an eyesafe laser pointer, a digital compass with 0.
Thales UK has secured contracts with Belfast International and Cardiff airports for the programme management, supply and installation of co-mounted primary surveillance and monopulse mode S secondary surveillance radars, complete with Eurooat air traffic control (ATC) systems.
Radar systems that employ monopulse to estimate the target angle relative to the antenna would require the simultaneous calculation of three adapted beams, providing a sum beam and azimuth- and elevation-difference beams.
To date, AESA developments such as the AN/APG-77 for the F-22 have used modules in which the inputs and outputs are at RF, with RF beamforming networks feeding three-channel monopulse receivers and supplementary sidelobe suppression channels.
The RF jammer prioritizes threats and instantly applies the optimum radiated power and jamming techniques to defeat pulse, continuous wave, Pulse Doppler, and monopulse radar threats.
The Phase IV/V contract includes new multifunction military radars, new monopulse secondary surveillance radars to be delivered by Thomson-CSF, modifications to military radar sites and integration of the new radars into the FLORAKO system, the statement added.