This project aims at enhancing the national capacities in tracking air targets. The tracking system, which is a mobile radar, specialized for tracking air targets, offers a flexible working platform with high capabilities, that allows researchers to develop target tracking software.
The system consists of an advanced radar signal processor, equipped with the most-up-to-date algorithms specialized in processing radar signals, allowing the system to track more than two targets at the same time (within the radiation range). The system is also able to alter frequencies between signals, as it shows great flexibility at high speed, enabling the system to be an ideal research environment for those interested in developing algorithms for defense systems. It is also characterized with the easiness in adding or developing processing algorithms, due to its structure and the quality and ease of documentation.
The system is also equipped with a large memory to save the radar signals in a high capacity. It is provided with eighteen screens to display the radar signals, covering all its phases, and facilitate the implementation of research tasks. Digital cameras to follow-up and identify targets, are also included within the system.
The system consists of two separate rooms; one is dedicated to the devices and equipment, and the other is dedicated to the operation process. Such a design provides a suitable working environment for researchers.
The system is used as a research facility to develop tracking radars, and analyze the effects of natural occurrences on the radar. It can also be used, in the field of cyber warfare, as a tracking device, to identify the effectiveness of methods used in this war.
The project is aiming at developing a field radar tracking method, including a radar tracker in the Excel range with an optical sensor.
The data processing controls the patterns of the target information technology and help in selecting the waves and collecting data.