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The MASIVS sensor uses four focal planes.
surveillance
An airborne system provides high-resolution wide-area video imagery and onboard data processing to enable real-time monitoring of suspicious human activity.
The Airborne Radar Test Bed is a flexible platform enabling advanced ISR radar research and system prototyping. Illustration: Charles Voner
radar
A customized aircraft serves as a platform on which research teams can assess the viability of prototype radar concepts and systems.
The Airborne Seeker Test Bed is a modified Gulfstream jet.
sensors
A uniquely equipped jet is an important asset for the Laboratory's R&D on multiple sensors.
The GPS antenna farm provides the laboratory with live-sky access to GPS satellite signals.
GPS
We conduct research on the performance and vulnerability of GPS devices embedded in military and civilian systems.
Each BEACON instrument has two cylinders outfitted with copper electrodes. As the cylinders spin synchronously, the electrical field produces a signal between the electrodes; from this signal, the strength and direction of the E-field are computed.
weather
Researchers are creating a balloon-carried instrument for predicting the likelihood of lightning in a storm cloud.
The antennas on the Small Airport Surveillance Sensor receive signals from aircraft transponders containing information about the aircraft's identification, speed, and altitude.
aircraft
An affordable radar surveillance system will help tower controllers at small airports monitor traffic even under poor visibility conditions.
ACAS-X alerts pilots to nearby traffic and issues actions to avoid collisions with other aircraft.
collision avoidance
A next generation collision avoidance system will help pilots and unmanned aircraft safely navigate the airspace.

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