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Event Brief

In this webinar, we will discuss key radar topics that are often taught or discussed in isolation, such as radar signal processing, radar cross section (RCS) and target detection. We will connect the dots on how they influence one another, and how they ultimately affect radar detection performance. Numerical results and simulation examples will be used throughout to illustrate concepts.

Topics covered include:

  • Radar detection principles and operation, including Constant False Alarm Rate (CFAR) detectors and performance, Probability of Detection (Pd) and Probability of False Alarm (Pfa) calculations, and the generation of Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) curves.
  • Radar detector types, such as coherent detectors, video detectors and m-of-n.
  • Radar signal processing for modern airborne pulse-Doppler radar, including both coherent and non-coherent integration and their effects on SNR and detection performance.
  • An overview of target radar cross section (RCS) theory, with specific focus on Swerling RCS models.
Who Should Attend

This webinar will benefit Head of Departments, Engineers, Program Managers, Project Engineers, Analysts, Researchers who work with Radar Systems. This webinar will also benefit practitioners who will be working closely with radar specialists in their area of work.

Training Venue
Live Webinar
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For more information about the event, please contact +65 8363 3065 or email marketing@k2binternational.com

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What past delegates said about our past training courses?

The trainer is very knowledgeable and the materials was very well organized and delivered. We have gained a comprehensive understanding in radar system for radar application. Thanks a lot!.”

Senior Member of Technical Staff, DSO National Laboratories

Radar Systems Design and Engineering, July 2012


K2B International has a good selection of trainer. The trainer is knowledgeable and his presentation was clear.”

Research Engineer, Electronic Systems Division, DSO National Laboratories

Radar Systems Design and Engineering, July 2012


The course was well presented and the trainer showed good knowledge of topics.”

Senior Software Engineer, ST Aerospace

Radar Signal Processing 2010