Modeling Multi-function Phased Array Systems Course
Modeling Multi-function Phased Array Systems
|Date:||Friday 31 August 2018|
|Time:||12:30pm to 4:30pm|
|Venue:||Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre|
|Cost||Free to all Radar 2018 delegates|
|Register:||Click here to register|
We will demonstrate modeling and simulation capabilities that can be used to shorten design cycles for complex radar and EW applications. Using a multi-function X-band system as an example, we will demonstrate how each component can be designed and integrated into a more complete system simulation. The tutorial will include a wide variety of advanced modeling and simulation capabilities that can be put to use to reduce risks associated with large and complex system designs. We will also include techniques to increase the level of model fidelity in each area of the design.
The related topics span from the antenna to the processing algorithms, including the scenario and environment around the system. Specific topics and examples will include:
- Multi-function phased array design
- Efficient array synthesis using optimization techniques
- MIMO radar system modeling
- Electronic signal analysis of interference sources
- RF propagation in complex environments
- Multi-domain simulation to increase radar RF model fidelity
- Closed-loop simulation between a radar model and a radar scheduler
- Multi-target tracking
- Model-based design for an MTI radar
Should you have any questions please contact us via email@example.com.
About the Presenter
Mandar Gujrathi is an Applications Engineer with MathWorks specialising in Data Science, Signal Processing, and Digital Communications. He has over 13 years of experience working with MATLAB. In 2004 he was a Research Scholar on a project in Optical Physics. His doctoral research focused on addressing the crosstalk in multi-user Digital Subscriber Lines and wireless. Following his Ph.D., he was a Lecturer at the University of Queensland until 2012. His interests include Machine Learning, Advanced Communications, and Image Processing. He has a B.E. (Electronics) from the University of Mumbai, India, M.E. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Queensland, Australia.