Modern radar systems working in environments with strong clutter, noise and jamming must use advanced digital signal processing techniques. Direct analysis techniques often fail for designing such complex systems. Although simulation is often used, most simulation tools do not have enough models, especially RF models, and integration capability for this case. In this presentation, a system design methodology is proposed using SystemVue (SV). Examples will show how advanced Pulse Doppler (PD) radar with Moving Target Detection and Constant False Alarm Rate processor can be designed by using a platform in the SystemVue tool. To make sure the design works properly, the platform also can be connected to instrumentation for system test purposes. In this way, users can reduce the system development time and costs.

Who should view this webcast:
R&D System Engineering and Engineering Management in aerospace/defense companies doing advanced radar design.

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Dinguing Lu, Agilent Technologies
Dingqing Lu has been with Agilent Technologies/Hewlett Packard Company since 1989 and is a scientist with Agilent EEsof EDA. From 1981 to 1986 He was with University of Sichuan as Lecturer and Assistant Professor. He was a Research Associate in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of California (UCLA) from 1986 to 1989. He has published about 20 papers on IEEE Transactions, Journals and Conference Proceedings. He also holds a US patent on fast DSP search algorithm. His research interests include system modeling, simulation and measurement techniques.