Military Embedded Systems

Radar system design and open architectures, webcast today at 2 pm Est.


January 28, 2015

John McHale

Editorial Director

Military Embedded Systems

FOUNTAIN HILLS, AZ. Embedded software experts from RTI discuss how radar designers can leverage standards-based communications technologies to architect your future radar systems in a webcast titled "Two Approaches You Must Consider when Architecting Radar Systems" happening today, Jan. 28 at 2 pm Est. The event is hosted by Military Embedded Systems online and OpenSystems Media.

To register click here.

Included in the presentation will be examples of open architectures used in radar and combat systems for organizations such as the U.S. Navy. The webcast will cover two different approaches that enable new capabilities to be integrated as needed into a scalable, open system:

- Approach 1: Integrate multiple functions – search, tracking, fire control, jamming and other capabilities – into a single standards-based radar system. The open system architecture provides a plug-and-play platform that enables the use of devices and subsystems from multiple vendors. It also reduces redundancy by sharing common processing tasks across systems.

- Approach 2: Network simple sensors and systems together. The linked platforms share data in real time using open standards. It also enables operational capabilities that standalone systems lack.

The webcast speaker will be Mark Swick, Principal Applications Engineer at RTI. Moderating the presentation will be John McHale, Group Editorial Director for Military Embedded Systems.


Radar/EW - Signal Processing
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