The Radar Signals laboratory can be used for hands-on study in the fields of "Radio Engineering", "Radio-electronic Systems" and "Radio Physics".
The Radar Signals laboratory has been developed as a tool for hands-on study of digital specialized processors (SP) for detecting and determining the angular position of the target in surveillance radars, using the incoherent sequence of radio pulses as a probing signal. The laboratory has been designed to demonstrate the possibility of designing and developing a multi-channel radar system, using a specialized processor, and for the introduction of time and amplitude sampling devices. One of the most difficult assignments in radar construction is the selection of the probing signal. The tactical characteristics of the radar (namely: the operation and resolution range, measurement accuracy, the structure and main characteristics of the transmitting and receiving tract, as well as the radar security level, its weight, dimensions and price) all depend on the probing signal.