Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: SAR 3000
|9 550 MHz|
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|range resolution:||2 m||0.5 m|
|cross range resolution:||0.5 m||0.11 m|
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The BRADAR SAR 3000 is a compact, airborne, multi-function synthetic aperture radar (SAR) operating in UHF and X-Band designed for high precision mapping and territorial surveillance. Using two very different frequency bands, it is capable of generating SAR images with and without vegetation layer to produce topographic maps and monitor geographical changes such as deforestation, flooding, invasions, and erosion processes. It is used for border control, search and rescue, land and sea surveillance, and biomass assessment. It is easy to install and can be used even in relatively small aircraft.
The BRADAR SAR 3000 was introduced in 2015.