Radar demonstration kits

PEM11000-KIT and PEM11002-KIT are demonstration kits can be used to study and learn about the principles of microwave radar object detection, motion detection, and determine the range of objects.

09/23/2016


PEM11000-KIT and PEM11002-KIT are demonstration kits can be used to study and learn about the principles of microwave radar object detection, motion detection, and determine the range of objects. Courtesy: PasternackPasternack's PEM11000-KIT and PEM11002-KIT radar demonstration kits cover the 2.4 GHz industrial, scientific, and medical band with no special licensing required. These demonstration kits can be used to study and learn about the principles of microwave radar object detection, motion detection, and determine the range of objects. Experimental radar operating modes can be selected for CW, FMSW, or Doppler. Output waveforms can be set for Single Tone, Frequency Ramp, or Sawtooth. This kit contains all digital and RF hardware that features a radar board including an integrated speaker, signal indicator, and a tunable signal filter. The PEM11002-KIT model comes with a radar board, antennas, cables, and other accessories.

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