EEL 5544 Principles of Modern Radar
Homework 2
Posted January 15 - Due January 22, 2016
1. Two satellites operating on 9 GHz are on geostationary orbit (22,236 mi altitude). Using Rayleighs
criteria,
a. how far apart in kilometers must the two satellites

Key to Homework 1
EEL 4540/EEL5547E Principles of Modern Radar
Posted January 9, Due January 15, 2016
1. a. Find an expression for the range of a target in kilometers (km) for a reflected signal that returns to the radar
T (s) after being transmitted.
b.

EEL 5547 Principles of Modern Radar
Homework 4 Key
Posted January 29 Due February 5, 2016
1. Assume for this problem that an object resonates or interacts the greatest with a radar beam when
the objects dimension is equal to the wavelength. Note that actu

EEL 5547 Principles of Modern Radar Homework 6 Key Posted February 13
Due February 19, 2016
1. (problem 18 chapter 2) A search system has to search the following solid angle volume in the stated time:
Azimuth angle:
90 degrees
Elevation angle:
3 degrees
F

EEL 5547 Principles of Modern Radar
Homework 3 Key
Posted January 22 Due January 29, 2016
1. The MATLAB function y = besselj (1, x) gives the Bessel Function of the First Kind.
a) Use MATLAB (or other programs) to plot (x,y) the field from a circular aper

EEL5547 Principles of Modern Radar
Homework 5 Key
Posted February 5
Due February 12, 2016
1. What is the noise power of an ideal receiver at room temperature with a 10 MHz bandwidth?
Pn = kTB = (1.38 x 10^-23 watt s/K) (293oK) (10 x 10^6 /s) = 4 x 10^-14