AASI has a cadre of experts and analysis tools that allow us to conduct very complex sensor analyses. Our years of expertise in radio frequency (commonly referred to as RF) phenomenology includes pre-and post-flight data analysis, Radar Cross Section (RCS) signature characterization, test data analysis and evaluation, radar requirements and performance assessments Our experience extends to:
Sensor Modeling & Simulations
Using high-fidelity simulations with both Monte Carlo and systematic parametric variation, AASI models US and adversary systems for flight test scenario design and testing of advanced models, innovative algorithms, evolving environments and multiple engagement parameters.
Radar Performance Analysis and Testing of Mission Specific Objectives
AASI transforms pre-flight test simulation data into information that supports rapid, informed decision making and outlines recommendations for program directors.
Data Reduction Analysis and Signal Processing
AASI analysts ascertain critical information from post-flight test data and communicate the underlying sensor metrics against performance requirements and test objectives.
Asymptotic and Full-Wave Electromagnetic Radar Cross Section Characterization
AASI has developed a high-fidelity toolset that our experts are currently employing on numerous radar tasks. Additionally, our scientists and engineers routinely utilize several RF computational electromagnetic signature prediction and modeling tools (e.g. Xpatch) to achieve the most accurate multi-frequency target and sensor specific RCS characterization possible.
Other Highly Specialized Tests
AASI possesses the tools and personnel to address other specialized areas of sensor analysis. Please contact us if you need help addressing issues relating to:
Application and Analysis of Advanced Radar Algorithms
Multi-sensor track fusing
Discrimination modeling and analysis
RF plume signature measurements
Hit-to-kill intercept debris modeling