Improving radar visualization system
Keywords:Radar, Data Visualization, Signal Processing, Signal Pattern Recognition
This work develops a system to visualize the information for radar systems interfaces. It is a flexible, portable software system that allows to be used for radars that have different technologies and that is able to be adapted to the specific needs of each aplication domain in an eficient way. Replacing the visualization and processing units on existing radar platforms by this new system, a practical and inexpensive improvement is achieved.
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