Dianke complete solid-state terahertz radar prototype

State power radar prototype solid state

guofangkegongjuwangzhan· 2016-06-17 21:47:20

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car manufacturing Chinese radar original title: Chinese Dianke completed the first solid-state THz imaging radar system prototype

, China Dianke successfully completed the development of solid-state THz imaging radar system prototype. This is the first China Dianke solid-state THz imaging radar system prototype has now reached the domestic first-class, international advanced level. The

THz imaging radar system consists of 14 Key Laboratory of Chinese Dianke intelligent sensing technology developed in the corporation innovation fund support, in China Dianke 12, 13, 55, and the University of Electronic Science and technology help, after only two years of unremitting efforts to obtain the results, completed the terahertz wideband range like the ISAR and imaging test for the first group of ISAR images, imaging resolution and sidelobe level indicators have reached the expected results, progress and results of major research stages.

terahertz technology is a hot research topic in recent years at home and abroad, has great potential application value in the field of radar detection and imaging recognition, Key Laboratory of intelligent sensing technology keenly to capture future development opportunities, experienced from scratch, create a new research field. Continue to learn

through continuous exploration, and the Key Laboratory of intelligent sensing technology in the terahertz research direction has established the basic experimental conditions, have the preliminary ability of terahertz radar system design, integration testing, experimental verification, laid the foundation for the further development of terahertz imaging SAR.

according to reports, the team will continue to work hard, continue to explore, play a professional advantage, aiming at the technology frontier, and strive to occupy the leading position in the domestic and international terahertz fields. Source: National Defense Science and Industry Bureau website