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Is it possible to build a radar that is shielded behind one meter of ceramic material and still detect people 500 meters away?

I saw that there are radars which can detect people behind walls, so I wonder what the limitations of radars are when it comes to detecting people while being protected behind thick ceramic shield.
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Will nanochaff of radius 5nm act as an electrical conductor for the purposes of jamming radar?

I was reading a great paper about nanochaff recently and I was wondering how small it could be made while still diffracting in the radio spectrum. Does anyone know if 5nm diameter chaff would still be ...
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Rotation of Radar Axis in 3D plane

I'm working on a sensor fusion application. In our vehicle, 4 radars (fixed, non-rotating radars) are placed at 4 corners of the vehicles at 45 degrees with respect to x, y and z-axes of the vehicle. ...
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What kind of low-cost equipment do I need to learn and experiment with RADAR at home?

I am interested in RADARs. However, I don't have enough time to go to school for studying RADARs. Therefore, I am thinking about self-study. What kind of low-cost equipment do I need to learn and ...
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How to design the range and precision of a radar?

I would like to design the wave characteristics and size of antenna for a radar, but I am quite confused about how to find this information. The radar should have roughly following capabilities: ...
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How to get correct yaw and pitch after rotation

I am trying to come up with a "stabilization" algorithm for an antenna dish. The dish can move in the azimuth (yaw) and elevation (pitch) directions. But the boat it is mounted to, moves in ...
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Aspect Angles in 3D (Radar Cross Sectional Area)

a bit confused with regards to the whole term aspect angle in a 3D planar case. Most examples that I searched online involved either a 2D plane or a stationary object. Let say the black circle ...
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How to determine data size created by sensor for calculation of signal processing and transmitting over wireless communication?

I want to build some sort of SAR sensor. Since radar works high speeds and creates loads of data this should be processed faster. I am trying to find algorithms to be used for this purpose. I am at ...
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Find electronics in wilderness; or, "I dropped my cell phone in the woods!"

Imagine I was working in the woods and dropped my cell phone somewhere in a large area where it is now hidden beneath dense vegetation. By calling it I confirm that either it has powered off or its ...
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How do brass models work (radar)?

A common practice in naval research is to construct brass models of ships to study the reflectivity of a vessel. This can (supposedly) be used to understand the way it reacts to radar and the way ...
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