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Equation for Net Radiation of Evaporable Water
Net Radiation of Evaporable Water =Incident Solar Radiation Outside the Atmosphere*(1-Reflection Coefficient)*(Constant Depending on the Latitude+(Constant with an Average Value*Actual Duration of Bright Sunshine/Maximum Possible Hours of Bright Sunshine))-Stefan-Boltzmann constant*Mean Air Temperature^4*(0.56-0.092*sqrt(Actual Mean Vapor Pressure))*(0.1+(0.9*Actual Duration of Bright Sunshine/Maximum Possible Hours of Bright Sunshine)) GO
Minimum Detectable Signal
minimum detectable signal=(Total power*transmitted gain*Stefan-Boltzmann constant*effective area of the receiving antenna)/16*3.14*3.14*range of the target^4 GO
Effective Aperture Of antenna
antenna aperture efficiency=(Stefan-Boltzmann constant*Antenna Temperature)/Power Density Of antenna GO
Noise Temperature Of Antenna
Antenna Temperature=(Power Density Of antenna*antenna aperture efficiency)/Stefan-Boltzmann constant GO
Power Density Of antenna
Power Density Of antenna=(Stefan-Boltzmann constant*Antenna Temperature)/antenna aperture efficiency GO
Antenna Aperture Efficiency
antenna aperture efficiency=effective area of the receiving antenna/physical antenna area GO
Physical Antenna Area
physical antenna area=effective area of the receiving antenna/antenna aperture efficiency GO
Transmitted Gain
transmitted gain=4*3.14*effective area of the receiving antenna/Lambda^2 GO
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Range Of The Target
range of the target=Speed of Light*measured runtime/2 GO

Maximum Range Of The Radar Formula

range of the target=sqrt(sqrt((Total power*transmitted gain*Stefan-Boltzmann constant*effective area of the receiving antenna)/16*3.14*3.14*minimum detectable signal))
R=sqrt(sqrt((P<sub>t</sub>*G*σ*A)/16*3.14*3.14*S))
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What is Minimum Detectable Signal?

A minimum detectable signal is a signal at the input of a system whose power allows it to be detected over the background electronic noise of the detector system

How to Calculate Maximum Range Of The Radar?

Maximum Range Of The Radar calculator uses range of the target=sqrt(sqrt((Total power*transmitted gain*Stefan-Boltzmann constant*effective area of the receiving antenna)/16*3.14*3.14*minimum detectable signal)) to calculate the range of the target, The Maximum Range Of The Radar formula is defined by several parameters, including the size of the radar antenna and the frequency of the signal used. range of the target and is denoted by R symbol.

How to calculate Maximum Range Of The Radar using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Range Of The Radar, enter Total power (Pt), transmitted gain (G), Stefan-Boltzmann constant (σ), effective area of the receiving antenna (A) and minimum detectable signal (S) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Range Of The Radar calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.010536 = sqrt(sqrt((1000*1*2*10)/16*3.14*3.14*1)) .

FAQ

What is Maximum Range Of The Radar?
The Maximum Range Of The Radar formula is defined by several parameters, including the size of the radar antenna and the frequency of the signal used and is represented as R=sqrt(sqrt((Pt*G*σ*A)/16*3.14*3.14*S)) or range of the target=sqrt(sqrt((Total power*transmitted gain*Stefan-Boltzmann constant*effective area of the receiving antenna)/16*3.14*3.14*minimum detectable signal)) . Total power of AM wave is equal to the sum of powers of carrier, upper sideband, and lower sideband frequency components, transmitted gain is gain that is gained by the transmitter, Stefan-Boltzmann constant is a physical constant involving black body radiation, effective area of the receiving antenna is the area of receiving anteena and minimum detectable signal is a signal at the input of a system whose power allows it to be detected over the background electronic noise of the detector system.
How to calculate Maximum Range Of The Radar?
The Maximum Range Of The Radar formula is defined by several parameters, including the size of the radar antenna and the frequency of the signal used is calculated using range of the target=sqrt(sqrt((Total power*transmitted gain*Stefan-Boltzmann constant*effective area of the receiving antenna)/16*3.14*3.14*minimum detectable signal)) . To calculate Maximum Range Of The Radar, you need Total power (Pt), transmitted gain (G), Stefan-Boltzmann constant (σ), effective area of the receiving antenna (A) and minimum detectable signal (S). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Total power, transmitted gain, Stefan-Boltzmann constant, effective area of the receiving antenna and minimum detectable signal and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate range of the target?
In this formula, range of the target uses Total power, transmitted gain, Stefan-Boltzmann constant, effective area of the receiving antenna and minimum detectable signal. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • range of the target=Speed of Light*measured runtime/2
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