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Electromagnetism and Radar Department

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  • 1 The town in 3D, with radar

    "There It has many possible applications in both the civil sector (remote detection, archeology, environmental studies) and the military sector", explains Olivier Ruault du Plessis of the Electromagnetism and Radar Department... Nicolas Trouvé -doctorand, Elise Koeniguer, Hubert Cantalloube, research engineers in the Electromagnetism and Radar Department
  • 2 Plasma lens

    Sylvain Bolioli, Jean-Pierre Lopez, Pierre Borderies, Engineers in the Electromagnetism and Radar Department. Share
  • 3 DEMR - Electromagnetism and Radar

    The DEMR (Electromagnetism and radar department) combines all ONERA's skills in electromagnetism and its applications for future radar and communication systems: ground or on-board radar, communications (space, aeronautical, terrestrial), radio navigation, electronic warfare (listening-in ELINT (electronic intelligence) or jamming)
  • 4 Reversed Time

    "Time reversal offers us a means of creating strong fields with generators of limited power", says Florent Christophe, Assistant Director of Onera's Electromagnetism and Radar Department in Toulouse. Time reversal can concentrate the energy emitted by a generator over" a long" period (in reality, several microseconds) into a hundred or thousand times shorter period
  • 5 A radar to evaluate biomass

    "Its applications are multiple, in both the military and civil domains (remote sensing, archeology, study of the environment) "explains Olivier Ruault du Plessis of the Electromagnetism and Radar Department. Under the wings of the Falcon 20 are two pods with a carriage capacity of up to 250kg each which house the three high and low frequency radars, indispensable for airborne remote sensing operations, and which constitute the Sethi multi mode system
  • 6 Lunar Radar Control

    There are two reasons: the first, according to Jean Philippe Molinié, of the Electromagnetism and Radar department. We are mainly interested in the radar aspect: when a high frequency wave crosses the ionospheric layers, it is slightly deflected