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Radar Mitigation Top 10

Radar Mitigation Top 10
August 16, 2018 Mike Watson


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

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


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