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Moving target identifying system in a base station radar unit for specifying information about moving targets carrying a mobile station radar unit










Image Number 10 for United States Patent #5594447.

A vehicle ID radar system has a simple construction and obtains high identifying performance by making a general identification based on a plurality of responses. There are provided an antenna for obtaining a plurality of question signals from a base station radar unit, a receiver for processing the signals received from the antenna, a question code demodulator for demodulating question codes from the received signals, a question code decoder for decoding the question codes and reading responses respectively corresponding to the plurality of questions from a plurality of data bases, a response code generator for generating response signals, and a transmitter for modulating the response signals and supplying them to the antenna.








 
 
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