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BE203 Design of Radar Systems for Weather Forecasting and Navigation

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Problem Statement Assume that the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) needs a new pulsed airborne radar system (i.e. Doppler radar aka whether radar or surveillance radar) to replace an existing one located at Laverton Victoria (E144.752, S37.852) in its network of radar systems. The radarnetwork is used for both nowcasting and forecasting of weather, especially for the estimationof the chance of rain, cyclones and/or thunderstorms in Melbourne geographical area. BOMhas therefore consulted your team to design appropriate S-band radar (i.e. =7.5-15 cm) forit. The required measurement acc...

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Problem Statement Assume that the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) needs a new pulsed airborne radar system (i.e. Doppler radar aka whether radar or surveillance radar) to replace an existing one located at Laverton Victoria (E144.752, S37.852) in its network of radar systems. The radarnetwork is used for both nowcasting and forecasting of weather, especially for the estimationof the chance of rain, cyclones and/or thunderstorms in Melbourne geographical area. BOMhas therefore consulted your team to design appropriate S-band radar (i.e. =7.5-15 cm) forit. The required measurement accuracies of your radar are 250 m for range and 1Oforangle/direction. The radar should have a maximum range of 150 km. The height of theradar’s beam above the ground level is 14 m and Nyquist velocity of VN=*PRF/4 =52.2m/s, where PRF is the pulse repetition frequency and  is the radio signal’s wavelength.

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RADAR is an acronym for Radio Detection and Ranging. it is a system which detects objects and by using radio waves it determines the angle, range, and velocity of an object [1-3]. It is also used to sense ships, aircraft, missiles, terrain, motor vehicles, and weather formation. It works on the principle of sound wave reflection. The diagram below shows the working of a RADAR.

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