Video / Presentations
WHR has a series of instructional 1 hour video presentations covering many aspects of radar, radar electronic warfare, optimisation, data fusion and microwave engineering and measurements. The videos are produced from our powerpoint presentations with a narrative overlaid that provides further explanation of each slide and so is equivalent to the lecture one would receive on a taught course. The videos are highly animated and include images and movies that have often been derived through our own simulations and which bring the subject to life. The video lectures offer an ideal way to learn a subject as they can be viewed on an ad hoc basis, when the opportunity presents itself, and offer the user the chance to skip or repeat sections, as desired. A library of videos may be built up into a full course.
Below is a free sample video presentation. This free sample is a 40 minute video which explains Low, High and Medium Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF) Radar Waveforms
Who are the videos suitable for?
For some topics, different videos of different depths are available; most of our videos are suitable for graduate engineers but they would also be suitable for more experienced engineers, engineers new to radar, engineering managers, post-graduate students, research scientists, government defence personnel and military personnel with a technical background.
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The videos are all produced in Hi-Definition and are usually supplied in mp4 format and with a 4:3 aspect ratio, but can be supplied in other formats, as required. Video presentations may be purchased with single or multiple site licences.
Tutorials on Site
WHR staff are available to visit your site to conduct tutorials and answer questions on the subject(s) of video presentations previously supplied. This is highly recommended as it reinforces learning and is a good opportunity to discuss the wider topics or clear up any misunderstandings, confusion or difficulties that students of the video presentations may have.
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