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Radar Mitigation Top 10

Radar Mitigation Top 10
August 16, 2018 Mike Watson

Overview

Wind farms interfere with radar systems – which can result in adverse effects on radar displays – and wind farms not being built. Our top 10 articles below help you grasp this complex issue.

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Figure 1: A Pager Power simulation of Thales STAR 2000 radar mitigation (Blanking and Non-Auto Initiation)

Top 10 Articles

# Topic Further information Link
1 How it works – Raytheon Project RM Mitigation Technical mitigation solution for wind farms affecting NATS Primary Surveillance Radar (PSR) at Lowther Hill, Great Dun Fell Click here
2 How it works – Thruput Hardware based mitigation solution for rejecting wind turbine returns whilst displaying aircraft returns Click here
3 How it works – Aveillant 3D Holographic Radar Details of Aveillant’s Solid State in-fill radar. Aveillant are now owned by Thales. Click here
4 How it works – Terma SCANTER 4002 Advanced local in-fill radar which effectively distinguishes between turbines and aircraft Click here
5 How it works – Cyrrus Smartener Mitigation solution for combining data from multiple digital radar and distinguishing aircraft and radar returns Click here
6 How it works – C Speed LightWave Radar In Fill solid state S Band radar from C Speed – New York Click here
7 How it works – Cobham RDSTrack Mitigation solution for displaying combined data from multiple radar Click here
8 NATS Radar mitigation Overview of mitigation solutions for buildings and wind turbines Click here
9 Reducing wind farm radar interference with Controlled Shutdowns – 2018 Mitigation scheme which involves shutting down turbines at critical times. Includes a comparison of arrangements in UK and Germany Click here
10 What is a Non Auto Initiation Zone (NAIZ)? How NAIZs established in digital radar can eliminate wind turbine returns Click here

 

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Need help with a radar interference issue. Please email mike@pagerpower.co.uk or call us on the number above.

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