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Radar Technologies

Radar systems are a payload technology that transmit electromagnetic waves, and can detect objects by measuring at what point those waves are reflected back to the system. Relatively cost-effective, radar is useful for continuous real-time coastal surveillance. It can be installed on a variety of platforms including buoys, ships, aerostats, and other aircraft. The higher the radar is physically placed, the greater range it typically has, and thus it is especially useful when equipped to aircraft or even a tall mast.

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1st Watch Wireless Radar

The FURUNO 1st Watch Wireless Radar is an untethered radar system that is placed on a vessel and increases maritime domain awareness for users. This is particularly useful during times of anchoring or roaming.

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Broadband 4G™ Radar

Simrad's Broadband 4G Radar system uses state of the art “solid-state” technology to provide heightened situational awareness across distances up to 36 nautical miles.

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High Frequency Surface Wave Radar

Raytheon's High Frequency Surface Wave Radar (HFSWR) is designed to provide surveillance of ship traffic over the 200 nautical miles of a country’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) to track vessel patterns and potentially identify illegal fishing vessels.

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Imagenex 965A

The Imagenex 965A 1.1 MHz is a high-speed and resolution sonar system that provides precise underwater images and can be employed on a diversity of vehicles.

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Marine Monitor

The Anthropocene’s Marine Monitor is a radar system that provides persistent monitoring of marine protected areas at a fraction of the costs of similar systems.

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Ocean Master

The Thales Group offers the Ocean Master 100 and the Ocean Master 400, both designed to monitor surface ships, detect submarine periscopes, track movements and accurately classify all detected vessels.

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R2009 Radar Control Unit

The Simrad R2009 is a dedicated radar control unit with a 9-inch portrait display. It is compatible with a range of Simrad radar solutions including Halo™ Pulse Compression, Broadband 3G™/4G™, and HD Digital Radar.

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R3016 Radar Control Unit

Designed to meet the needs of offshore cruisers, sport fishing and commercial vessels, the Simrad R3016 is a dedicated radar control unit equipped with a 16 inch widescreen display.

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SeaVue Surveillance XMC

Raytheon produces the SeaVue radar family designed to detect small vessels on the high seas that are otherwise difficult to discern from other sea clutter. The SeaVue XMC (Expanded Mission Capability) incorporates new capabilities to enhance wide-area surveillance.

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Surveillance and Target Recognition Radar Network

MetaSensing developed the Surveillance and Target Recognition Radar Network for the purpose of monitoring marine and terrestrial areas such as borders or ports.

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VisionMaster FT Naval Radar

The VisionMaster FT Radar series by Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine is designed to enhance maritime navigation and vessel detection.

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Synthetic Aperture Radar

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) produces high resolution images and is a payload technology that needs to be attached to a moving platform, like a satellite or aircraft. The forward motion of the platform stimulates the receiving capabilities of a larger antenna (for greater range), while the SAR sends successive radar pulses to the ground. The radar pulses bounce back from the target to the SAR in the form of echoes. SAR images are then generated from a combination of these echoes. SAR is great for maritime surveillance because it can operate regardless of cloud cover, bad weather, or darkness. It is multi-use and applicable to non‐cooperative ship detection, as well as detecting oil slicks or other pollutants.

COSMO-Skymed Satellite Constellation

E-GEOS provides satellite imagery from the COSMO-SkyMed satellite constellation. This constellation consists of four satellites equipped with synthetic aperture radar.

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iRadar SAR Systems

iRadar produces miniature SAR systems that are equipped with modern imaging capabilities. These guys are small and light enough to equip on small unmanned air vehicles or other aircraft.

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KSAT SAR Project

Satellite company KSAT, in partnership with exactEarth Europe, Fisheries Analytical Capacity Tank and the World Bank, worked on a project to provide fisheries authorities in West Africa with SAR data from multiple satellites.

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NanoSAR C

The NanoSAR C is the world's smallest SAR. This NanoSAR C can generate real-time aerial radar images from its compact and lightweight payload.

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RadarSat-2 Network Station

MDA's RADARSAT-2 provides high-resolution SAR satellite imagery regardless of adverse weather conditions.

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RASAR

The real-time, autonomous, synthetic aperture radar (RSAR) is a lightweight and self-contained radar designed for installation under the wing of an unmanned aircraft system.

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Sandia National Laboratories SAR Research

Where other conventional SAR technologies may struggle to account for a ship's constant motion, Sandia National Laboratories is developing targeted modes and algorithms suitable for accurate maritime surveillance of moving targets.

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TRACER

The Tactical Reconnaissance and Counter-Concealment-Enabled Radar, or TRACER, is a dual-band SAR that has many capabilities for monitoring and surveillance, making it an ideal technology for MPA surveillance.

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