Mobile Radar Signal Simulator is designed for preventive and diagnostic inspection of shipborne radars on functional stability under simulated unintended electro-magnetic interference in the area of high-intensity maritime activity. The interference is created by radio equipment either of the operating vessel or other ships and maritime engineering facilities of the area.
Radar Signal Simulator includes:
- 1. Electromagnetic environment generation device.
- 2. Device for generation and performing changes of simulated radar probing signals.
- 3. Receiving device.
External portable computer determines shipborne radar jamming environment. Interfering radars are spatially set and assigned to types and operation modes. The procedure can be performed both manually and automatically.
The controlling sequence of the active radar simulated signals can be generated:
It provides synchronization of the signal simulation process and rotation of the tested radar antenna when testing shipborne radar and its signal processing equipment.
|Number of simulated radars||up to 200|
|Signal synthesis frequency||up to 400 MHz|
|Amplification module output frequency||10 GHz|
|Calculation rate of synthesized electromagnetic interference||up to 2 ms|
|Sequence changing of simulated signal||available|
|Record and storage of real jamming electromagnetic environment||available|
|Playback of real environment variants||available|
The simulator provides reception, record and generation of real jamming environment database of the expected ship operating area, as well as ensures simulation and emission of electromagnetic interference signals in the direction of the tested radio electronics.