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RaSS National Laboratory

The Radar and Surveillance Systems (RaSS)
National Laboratory is a branch of the
National Interuniversity Consortium for Telecommunications

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RASS Mission

The RaSS Lab carries out its research activity
in the field of radar, remote sensing, applied electromagnetism, telecommunications and signal processing.

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Leading the present, enhancing the future

The Radar and Surveillance Systems (RaSS)
National Laboratory is a branch of the National
Interuniversity Consortium for Telecommunications

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Radar Skywave

Over The Horizon (OTH) HF sky-wave radar
for the surveillance of the Mediterranean area

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SMARP

A passive radar works by reusing e.m. pollution:
a green technology for surveillance application

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RCS

Complex targets RCS can be evaluated
in monostatic and bistatic geometries

Mission

The RaSS Lab carries out applied research activity in the field of radar, applied electromagnetism, remote sensing, telecommunication, signal processing and network security.

The RaSS Lab is organized in research areas, instrumental laboratories, security office, secretariat, quality control and public relation offices. Specifically, the current research areas are: namely radar systems, radar signal/image processing, remote sensing, antenna, electromagnetic modelling & materials, explorative areas.

Most of the RaSS Lab projects led to the production of technological demonstrators at TRL 5-6.

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