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Thales is one of the technologically leading companies in the area of (naval) radar systems. Modern radar systems must be able to detect a variety of objects in different circumstances. This development leads to complex technological and mathematical challenges. An example is the design of transmit and receive beams for the radar antenna array, which is called beam forming. In this talk we will explore the basic mathematical principles behind beam forming including its relation to the Fourier transform.
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