SOLID STATE RADAR JMA-9172-SA

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Features

JRC's new IMO approved JMA-9172-SA, S-band Solid State radar, represents a new generation of marine radars, utilizing advanced signal processing technology to display targets with high accuracy while using a stabilized high-power solid state transceiver. The advanced radar functions and operation are based on JRC's successful JMA-9100 radar series.

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Advanced signal processing

JRC's new solid state architecture integrates an advanced signal processing technology that detects and displays information at a new level.

These dedicated signal processing circuits are producing higher capability than a magnetron radar, and greatly exceeding detection performance.

The solid state has a (peak) power of 250 W, superseding a typical marine radar in which the magnetron has a 30kW power output.

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Moving target detection

This solid state radar will easily detect moving targets in clutter compared to conventional radars. A new Doppler filter at the heart of the solid state radar not only detects moving targets in clutter, but also determines and clearly displays them on the screen.

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Long range target detection

Advanced pulse compression with the 250 W solid state transceiver not only improves short range performance, but dramatically improves long range target detection while using only 1/100 of the power of a conventional radar.

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Low maintenance transceiver

The radar integrates a highly reliable solid state transceiver in place of a life limited magnetron. The solid state radar provides higher reliability and performance and will keep maintenance costs to a minimum.

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Transceiver features
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No tuning and pre-heating

The transceiver, by virtue of its solid state design, requires no tuning and pre-heating. Transmission is available immediately after the power is turned on.