Eigenor Corporation is presenting today at the ERAD 2014 its advanced adaptive ground clutter filter in the poster session.
The adaptive ground clutter filter is the first of its kind, globally. Unlike all previous algorithms, it utilises fully the dual polarisation parameters and works with any pulse repetition scheme. The patented ground clutter filter forms a new product in to Eigenors radar signal processing product portfolio, extending the offering.
ERAD in Garmish-Partenkirchen, Germany, is 8th of it’s kind and it’s mission is to:
- provide a platform for exchange between students, research scientists, radar operators and end users of weather radar
- provide a platform to transfer knowledge from research into operational use (and vice versa) of weather radar