Traditionally, the vast majority of deployed military radar systems employ electronically scanned phased array (ESA) radar technology, comprised of 100s to 10,000s of transmit and receive (T/R) elements. These ESA-based radar systems vary in implementation, but typically the elements are clustered to create a beamform. The resulting analog signal is then digitized. The next step involves Digital Beamformers (DBFs) that aggregate the digitized signals and then, via various mathematical techniques, generate a final beamformed image.
High-performance Element Processing Architecture for Open Standards Radar Systems
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