New generation of RASCAN radars has been developed. It is RASCAN-5 holographic quadrature radar. New software provides a focusing procedure for improving quality of the images. Today you can order RASCAN-5/4000 (4 GHz) and RASCAN-5/7000 (7 GHz) devices.

December 1, 2016

In the co-authorship of the laboratory staff a book was published: Advanced Ultrawideband Radar: Signals, Targets, and Applications, edited by James D. Taylor, December 7, 2016, CRC Press, pp. 363-386, Reference – 476, Pages – 413 Color, ISBN: 9781466586574.

October 31, 2016

The international school for young researchers “Registration of subsurface targets by short-range radar” was held in Bauman Moscow State Technical University on 25-27 October 2016 with the support of Russian Science Foundation. Leading scientists from Russia, USA, UK, Japan and Italy gave lectures about important problems of subsurface radiolocation. The school program and the photo report are presented on the school website.

May 18, 2012

Laboratory staff has participated in book edition: S.I. Ivashov, L. Capineri, and T.D. Bechtel, Holographic Subsurface Radar Technology and Applications, in book UWB Radar. Applications and Design, edited by James J. Taylor, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2012, pp. 421-444. ISBN 978-1-4200-8986-8.

November 17, 2010

In the well known magazine Scientific American the article about joint projects of Bauman Moscow State Technical University and foreign universities is published.

July 6, 2010

For the first time for 350 years history of the London Royal Society, the Russian scientists participated in an exposition of the anniversary Society’s Summer Scientific Exhibition. Within the frame of the joint international project related to humanitarian demining, the holographic subsurface radar RASCAN-4 designed in Remote Sensing Laboratory has been presented.

Queen of England Elizabeth II visited the laboratory’s stand to familiarize herself with this Russian technology, see photos.

Russian 1st TV channel report from London about this event is presented here:

 September 14, 2008 

An international team of researchers, funded by the NATO Security Through Science Programme, spent a week working on new applications for RASCAN radars.
Please click here to see a clip of the television news coverage (13 MB).

© RSLab, 1999-2014 Tel: +7 (499) 263-6509, +7 (495) 632-2219
Mobile: +7 (903) 687-2291