Radar Technology Systems – An Introduction

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Radar has a broad range of applications. As technologies evolve, so is the global market for radars  (Targeting Radars, Weather Sensing Radars, Navigational Radars, Mapping Radars, Detection/Search radars, Air Traffic Control Radars, Instrumentation Radars, Moving Target Indicator Radars, and many others). The global radar market in 2019 was $32.5 B (USD) and it is projected to reach $44.4 B by 2028.  Whereas the global military radar market is projected to grow from $14.4 B (USD) in 2021 to $22.1B by 2028. Military radars are used primarily to address an increasingly complex and rapidly evolving threat landscape.

Radar (RAdio Detection And Ranging) is a detection system that uses radio waves to determine the distance, angle, and radial velocity of objects. Radars today are used to detect and track aircraft, spacecraft, and ships at sea as well as insects and birds in the atmosphere; measure the speed of automobiles; map the surface of the earth from space; and measure properties of the atmosphere and oceans.
Speaker will discuss the basic components of a typical radar system, including the critical roles of radar.



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  • Date: 03 Oct 2022
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Seng Hong, PhD., Senior Technical advisor, Licensed PE, Adjunct Professor Seng Hong, PhD., Senior Technical advisor, Licensed PE, Adjunct Professor

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Radar Technology

Radar has a broad range of applications. As technologies evolve, so is the global market for radars (Targeting Radars, Weather Sensing Radars, Navigational Radars, Mapping Radars, Detection/Search radars, Air Traffic Control Radars, Instrumentation Radars, Moving Target Indicator Radars, and many others).

The global radar market in 2019 was $32.5 B (USD) and it is projected to reach $44.4 B by 2028. Whereas the global military radar market is projected to grow from $14.4 B (USD) in 2021 to $22.1 B by 2028. Military radars are used primarily to address an increasingly complex and rapidly evolving threat landscape.  

Radar (RAdio Detection And Ranging) is a detection system that uses radio waves to determine the distance, angle, and radial velocity of objects. Radars today are used to detect and track aircraft, spacecraft, and ships at sea as well as insects and birds in the atmosphere; measure the speed of automobiles; map the surface of the earth from space; and measure properties of the atmosphere and oceans.

Speaker will discuss the basic components of a typical radar system, including the critical roles of radar.    

Biography:

Dr. Seng Hong serves as Senior Advisor (Spectrum Warfare Division, AFRL/RYW) to instigate 
research topics for air platforms that enable mission assurance in contested and denied 
environments against threats that exploit the electromagnetic spectrum. In addition, he was 
appointed to serve as the USAF National Rep. to The Technical Cooperation Program Electronic 
Warfare Systems Group addressing an increasingly complex and rapidly evolving threat 
landscape. During 2012 to 2017, Dr. Hong was program manager at the Asian Office of 
Aerospace Research and Development (AOARD) in Tokyo, Japan, to serve as the USAF liaison for 
collaborative science and technology research programs between the Air Force Research 
Laboratory (AFRL) and the Asian scientific center of excellence in academia, industry, and 
government laboratories. He received USAF Exemplary Civilian Service Medal and Meritorious 
Civilian Service Medal in 2014 and 2017 respectively.

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