Raytheon TI to develop advanced radar modeling

Engineers at Raytheon TI Systems in Plano, Texas, are developing advanced modeling and simulation techniques to help U.S. Air Force experts evaluate new pulse-Doppler synthetic aperture radar, slow ground moving targets, and electronic countermeasures/electronic counter-countermeasures. The project, headquartered at the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate in Rome, N.Y. (formerly Rome Laboratory), is called the Rome Lab Space-Time Adaptive Processing Algorithm Development T

Engineers at Raytheon TI Systems in Plano, Texas, are developing advanced modeling and simulation techniques to help U.S. Air Force experts evaluate new pulse-Doppler synthetic aperture radar, slow ground moving targets, and electronic countermeasures/electronic counter-countermeasures. The project, headquartered at the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate in Rome, N.Y. (formerly Rome Laboratory), is called the Rome Lab Space-Time Adaptive Processing Algorithm Development Tool - RLSTAP/ADP, for short. Experts at Raytheon TI are working on the project with CAESoft Corp. of Rockwall, Texas, and the Hughes Dayton Engineering Office in Dayton, Ohio, under a $3 million Air Force contract. - J.K.

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