Active radar system with frequency-modulated signature for the suppression of interfering signals and external reflections

Laboratory Radar
Photo: Andreas Diewald

The primary goal of the doctoral project is the development of a radar-based sensor system for measuring the distance and also minimal movements (e.g. vibrations) over a distance of up to two kilometers. Such a distance is not possible using the classic industrial radar technology in the performance ranges permitted today, which is why the system under investigation is designed as a cooperative radar system.

Consortium Trier University of Applied Sciences, Embedded Future GmbH, Pipetronics GmbH
Duration January 2018 - December 2021
Funded by European Union from the European Fund for Regional Development and Rhineland-Palatinate in the InnoProm program
Funding amount € 138,250.14
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Project management at Trier University of Applied Sciences:

Prof. Dr. Andreas Richard Diewald
Prof. Dr. Andreas Richard Diewald
Professor FB Technik - FR Elektrotechnik


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