Compact SAR
What is SAR?
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a coherent side-looking radar capable of producing high-resolution imagery. SAR has been widely used for agriculture monitoring and urban planning, forest mapping, landslide monitoring, deforestation monitoring, geological mineral exploration, oil spill detection, and more. The ComSAR designed by iRadar is a lightweight, low power and compact SAR suitable to be mounted on UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) for small scale and timely deployment.
Feature Highlights (C7000)
Light weight and compact design (12 kg)
Spatial Resolution: 1.0 m x 1.0 m
Maximum sensing distance: 1000 m
Swath width: 200 - 900 m
All weather, day-and-night operation
Quick and easy installation
Suitable for UAV and small aircraft operation
Timely Monitoring
UAV-based Imaging Radar
Advanced Imaging
The ComSAR is a lightweight, low power and compact SAR suitable to be mounted on small aircraft or UAV for timely operation. Available frequency options: P, L, S, C, X, and Ku-band.
Widely Used
SAR is widely used for agriculture monitoring, urban planning, forest mapping, landslide monitoring, deforestation monitoring, geological mineral exploration, oil spill detection, and more.
Benefits of ComSAR
ComSAR can perform continuous monitoring of a wide area under all weather conditions. The authority can now react more quickly and more precisely than they can using other conventional methods.

Compact Design
Light Weight
All Weather
Low Power
Wide Coverage
Cost Effective
High Resolution
The C7000 ComSAR can achieve up to sub-meter resolution at a sensing distance of more than 1 km. It is an efficient way to provide terrain mapping, landuse classification and deformation monitoring.
Compact Design
Light weight, portable, and affordable. Suitable for agriculture monitoring, urban planning, forest mapping, landslide monitoring, deforestation monitoring, oil spill detection, and more.
End-to-End Solution
We provide a complete, end-to-end remote sensing solution and consultancy services for embedded SAR system design, integration and mission planning.
Technical Specifications

ComSAR C7000 Descriptions
Operating Band Available options: P, L, S, C, X, and Ku-band
Sweep bandwidth 200 MHz
Waveform LFM Pulse or FMCW
Polarization Single (VV or HH)
Antenna gain 15 dBi (typ)
Antenna 3dB beamwidth 6° (azimuth), 24° (elevation)
Resolution 1.0 m (range), 1.0 m (azimuth)
Platform height 300 - 500 m (typ)
Swath width 200 - 900 m (typ)
Sensing distance Up to 1000 m
Transmit power +26 dBm
Power Supply 28 Vdc / 300 W
Overall dimension 360 mm x 270 mm x 250 mm
Overall sensor weight 15 kg
Warranty 1-year warranty covers all parts and technical support
Technical Paper
An Introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)
By Dr. Chan Y.K. and Prof. Koo V.C.
This paper outlines basic principle of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR). Matched filter approaches for processing the received data and pulse compression technique are presented. Besides the SAR radar equation, the linear frequency modulation (LFM) waveform and matched filter response are also discussed. Finally the system design consideration of various parameters and aspects are also highlighted.
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