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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v70.i2.20
pages 115-123

RADAR COMPLEX FOR EXTRA-ATMOSPHERIC INVESTIGATIONS

A. F. Sorokin
National Center for Spacecraft Control and Testing, National Aerospace Agency of Ukraine - NCSC&T, 97419 Eupatoria, Ukraine; and V. Dahl East-Ukrainian National University, Crimean Department, Evpatoria Branch 54, Kirov St., 97404 Evpatoria, Ukraine
A. A. Sorokin
V. Vernadsky Tavria National University, 4, Vernadsky Ave., 95007 Simferopol, Ukraine
N. N. Gorobets
V. Karazin National University of Kharkiv, 4, Svoboda Sq., Kharkiv, 61022, Ukraine; Kharkiv National University of Radio Engineering and Electronics, 14 Nauka Ave, Kharkiv, 61166, Ukraine
O. V. Sokolova
V. Dahl East-Ukrainian National University, Crimean Department, Evpatoria Branch 54, Kirov St., 97404 Evpatoria, Ukraine

RÉSUMÉ

It is suggested development of the pulse radar for forecasting of asteroid danger, cataloguing of the space litter, investigation of the corona, circumsolar and interplanetary plasma as well as for radio astronomic research of the deep space on the basis of radio systems at National Center for Spacecraft Control and Testing of Ukraine. It is demonstrated that at using of large-dimension antennas like АDU-1000 and P-400 this radar is capable to detect the objects with minimal dimensions of ∼ 0.7 cm at the wavelength of ∼ 30 cm and at altitudes of ∼ 105 m. Spatial resolution on the Sun disk is ∼ 103 km.


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