Refine Results

(Filters Applied) Clear All
Six people work on radars at a naval air station.
A strategy for lessening wind turbines’ effects on the performance of an aircraft measurement system at a naval air station on the Chesapeake Bay could inform future research into interference mitigation for other radar applications.
An illustration of two self-driving cars detecting nearby objects and sharing sensor data using the same radio-frequency band.
RF technology
New waveforms enable efficient spectrum sharing between radars sensing moving objects and wireless communications systems transmitting data.
A dozen operators sit in front of computer screens.
decision support
New software tools provide test operators with automated decision support for directing sensors during increasingly complex tests conducted at the Reagan Test Site.
A photograph of a suite of radars on an island.
We contributed to a transformational program to fundamentally change the mission execution and operations at the Reagan Test Site.
A photograph of a large optical system, with the ocean in the background.
optical systems
Upgrades to the Reagan Test Site’s optical systems combine state-of-the-art focal plane technologies with a wide-area, network-centric, open-system design to allow distributed system command and control while achieving unprecedented metric accuracy.

Showing Results

1-7 of 7