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Distributed Virtual Environment for Radar Testing

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This project entailed the design and prototype implementation of a distributed radar simulator for MIT Lincoln Laboratory. This simulator is designed to test radar control software developed at the Laboratory by mimicking radar hardware and simulating radar returns from targets in a virtual environment. The team worked closely with Lincoln Laboratory staff to ensure that the simulator design would be extensible to support different types of radar systems and scalable to thousands of targets. Finally, a distributed simulator was implemented in order to validate the project design.

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  • E-project-102610-141228
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  • 2010
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  • 2010-10-26
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