Early Operational Successes of the University of Louisiana at Monroe's S-band Polarimetric Doppler Radar
The University of Louisiana at Monroe's Polarimetric Doppler Radar: Teaching, Research, and Operations
Preparing for the Next Generation of Geostationary Meteorological Satellites
A Novel Physical Consistency-Based Calibration Tool for Polarimetric Weather Radar
The calibration of radar reflectivity and differential reflectivity is essential for accurate quantitative precipitation estimation (QPE) using polarimetric weather radar.
EEC’s Solid-State Ranger X-Band Weather Radar- Synergy, Analytical Diagnosis and Technology Advancement via the CASA Dallas-Fort Worth X-Band Radar Innovations Testbed
The Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) partnership, along with the North Central Texas Council of Governments have embarked on a five-year, $10 million project to create the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Urban Demonstration Network.
Measurement Uncertainty and System Assessment for Weather Radar
With the widespread deployment of dual-polarization weather radars, data quality has become one of the major concerns for weather radar users worldwide.
Solid-State Polarimetric Weather Radar With Advanced Time–Frequency Multiplexing Waveform Design
Introducing the novel hardware design and signal processing of EEC’s latest X-band solid-state polarimetric weather radar: Ranger system (X1/X5), including the implementation of pulse compression technique with the advanced time-frequency multiplexing (TFM) waveform design.
The Power to Predict-Innovations and Increased Demand for the World's Most Powerful S-Band Weather Radars
Beginning in 1971, Enterprise Electronics Corporation (EEC) has delivered over 140 S-Band weather radars around the globe. This represents the most of any dedicated manufacturer of commercial weather radar systems in the world.
Measurements of Circular Depolarization Ratio with the Radar with Simultaneous Transmission / Reception
Circular depolarization ratio (CDR) is a polarimetric variable which was historically among the first measured by dualpolarization weather radars transmitting and receiving waves with circular polarization.
Ranger™ - An affordable, advanced, next-generation dual-pol X-Band doppler weather radar
Ranger™ is a lightweight, low cost, high performance system designed for tactical grade deployments on a wide variety of fixed and mobile platforms.
A new compact polarimetric solid-state X-Band radar: System description and performance analysis
Incorporating the latest in weather radar technology, the new Ranger series of X-band radar available from Enterprise Electronics Corporation (EEC) delivers a compact, powerful system capable of providing a wide array of radar products for the protection of people and assets.
Spectrum-Time Estimation and Processing (STEP) for Improving Weather Radar Data Quality
This paper introduces the Spectrum-Time Estimation and Processing (STEP) algorithm developed in the Advanced Radar Research Center (ARRC) at the University of Oklahoma (OU).
International Workshop on X-band Weather Radar
Utilization of differential phase for rainfall measurements, attenuation correction, and mitigation of radar miscalibration and partial beam blockage at X band. Promises and challenges.
EEC Advances Polarimetric Radar Applications for Hydrology
Dual-polarization radar technology has rapidly become the industry standard, delivering more accurate quantitative precipitation estimation (QPE) and providing for the identification of the precipitation type (HMC).
Polarimetric attenuation correction and rainfall estimation at C band for an extreme rain event
S-band weather radars are primarily utilized for the observations of severe storms. The major reason for this is that shorter-wavelength radars may experience significant attenuation in heavy precipitation. A long-standing problem of attenuation correction at shorter radar wavelengths can be efficiently resolved if the radar has dual-polarization capability.
The impact of wet radome on the quality of polarimetric measurements
It is well known that wet radome causes attenuation of microwave radiation. Such a transmission loss is higher if the radome is dirty and not waxed.