A brief introduction to primary and secondary radar technology, a comparison between them (based on their advantages and disadvantages), and an outlook to the most commonly used standardized signals in these systems is followed by the description of multilateration-based targeting, and a multilateration radar system, developed in laboratory V2 619 and V1 504.
The next section describes the specification, simulation, optimalization of a receiver antenna, designed for the previously mentioned multilateration radar system, specifying the the performed tunings and measurements, making it a functional prototype. Preparations for the mass-producion of the antenna are described as well.
The necessary precautions for the continous and uninterrupted operation (protection against lightning and weather conditions) and aspects of the optimal subsystem arrangements are also mentioned.
As the second part of the tasks performed during this semester, the developement of the program for the processing unit used by the radar system receiver subsystems is introduced, describing the structure and the separate functions, along with other necessary programs created to test the funcionality of the system.