Gain the ability to perform the systems engineering functions required to build modern radar systems and to upgrade legacy systems, with emphasis on utilizing proven processes and tool-sets for clearly establishing radar mission goals and requirements, identifying radar subsystems and components, determining subsystem implementation characteristics (analog hardware, digital hardware, software or firmware), and outlining radar modes and parameters. This course will describe the system engineering process for analyzing project requirements and will provide insight into methods for requirements allocation and flow-down to radar front-end and back-end subsystems. In addition, the student will be introduced to the design process for building modular and open-architecture radar systems and for designing robust, open, and maintainable front-end and back-end interfaces. This course will address capability-based architecture development, where system constructs are derived from existing software and hardware implementations. The student will also obtain knowledge on the process of assessing third-party radars from the systems engineering perspective as is required in competitive assessments or intelligence analysis.
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Who Should Attend
Technical managers, system engineers, architects, radar algorithms developers and hardware and software managers tasked to implement a real-time radar program that has numerous algorithms and external system interfaces
How You Will Benefit
Create system designs using proven radar system engineering principles anchored on key technical parameters
Develop requirements and constraints to meet user needs as well as identify, avoid and manage risks
Develop an open and sustainable architecture that adheres to defined mission(s) requirements
Understanding system engineering activities required for the project lifecycle
Radar System Engineering Approach
System Engineering Processes and Tools
Requirements Analysis, Definition and Allocation
System Level Trades
RF Subsystem Definition
RF Subsystem Design and Analysis Process
Digital Subsystem Definition
Digital Subsystem Design and Analysis Process
Software Subsystem Definition
Software Subsystem Design and Analysis Process
System-Wide Design and Analysis Process
Introduction to Relevant Case Study Involving All Subsystem Components
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