Design Challenges Of Next-Generation AESA Radar

How to simplify next-gen AESA and phased-array radar development.

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Phased-array antennas, first used in military radar systems, are gaining in popularity for a variety of applications with new active electronically-scanned arrays (AESAs) being used for radar systems in satellites and unmanned aerial vehicles. As these systems are deployed, meeting size and performance requirements are critical. To support AESA radar development efforts, electronic design automation technologies are evolving to provide designers with system architecture, component specifications, physical design of individual components, and verification prior to prototyping. This white paper examines trends and details how NI AWR Design Environment aids next-generation AESA and phased-array radar development.

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