Nettsider med emneord «radar»
The European satellites Sentinel-1 A and B have been in operation since 2014 and 2016, respectively. The radar onboard them allows the detection of avalanche debris.
This project includes several possible M.Sc projects and can be adapted to fit interests and competence of students. The overall background for the project is an existing CMOS radar sensor platform where the goal is to evaluate existing circuit components and investigate possible new implementations that can improve performance and / or energy efficiency. Potential projects can can include RF front-end components, high-speed samplers, data-converters, but also algorithm development.
A low frequency (small) antenna suitable for planetary rover installation is to be designed, manufactured and tested.
The RIMFAX antenna mounted on the rover and will see both stationary and moving parts of the rover. This master project will study different methods for remove the background signal from the rover structure.
The RIMFAX antenna mounted on the rover radiates in all directions. Some energy will be reflected back from surface targets. A simulator that calculates the scattering from the surface shall be developed.
Richard Norland ved Institutt for geofag vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden Dr. Philos: Environmental effects on the measurement of maritime radar targets.
The Nanoelectronics group specializes in innovative ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) design and testing in advanced deep sub-micrometer CMOS (complementary metal oxide silicon) technologies, including electronic prototype PCB assembly.