Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: Scan-360
(Courtesy of Ogier Electronics Ltd.)
|frequency:||24 050 … 24 250 MHz
|pulse repetition time (PRT):|
|pulse repetition frequency (PRF):||None (FMCW radar)|
|average power:||100 mW (EIRP)|
|instrumented range:||200 m|
|hits per scan:|
|antenna rotation:||60 rpm|
Scan-360 is operating in the K-Band low-cost ground surveillance radar designed to detect and track personnel and vehicles at up to 200 m in all directions. It automatically slews CCTV cameras to point at the intruder and integrates with a number of video management systems. Target co-ordinates are sent using the IP interface to third-party security systems.
Scan-360 utilises the license-exempt 24 GHz ISM frequency band. All signal processing is performed within the radar unit itself. A single Power-over-Ethernet connection is sufficient to provide power and data. Remote configuration of detection areas and radar settings is via a web browser interface. The mounting plate matches the standard 4-inch PCD used in the CCTV industry and the antenna elevation beam shape is designed for minimal blind spot underneath even when mounted on tall camera poles.