The Radar Challenge is a new event co-hosted with radar conferences that enables participants to experience the magic of radar in a personal, tangible and experiential way—offering an opportunity to create and “see” invisible radar waves interacting with their environment. The event will host an unknown target scene that participants will then sense and decipher using their self-engineered “home-brew” radar. The goal is to build a community of radar builders that collectively explore the art of the possible in making “COTS-based” radars.
Please visit http://ieee-aess.org/radar-challenge for more information, and download information about the competition here

Submission Instructions

Each team should submit a four-page concept paper in order to qualify for the challenge event at the conference. The deadline for submitting the concept paper is 30th January 2020 and the papers should be submitted by email to alexander.charlish@ieee.org and phillip.corbell@ieee.org. The concept papers should clearly describe the design that the team is taking as well as include the planned Bill of Materials (BOM). For more information please see the challenge website.

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