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Through-Wall Radar - Meeting an Operational Need

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Over the last 5 years Cambridge Consultants Ltd has developed a Through Wall Radar – Prism 200 that is designed to track the movement of people the other side of walls. Over that time many diverse challenges have had to be dealt with. Some of these have been technical and others more associated with dealing with human nature. This paper explores the process that has lead to the introduction of a successful product into a new market and what had to be done to ensure that operational advantage is delivered to demanding end users from diverse backgrounds. Along the way many interesting situations have been experienced.

Alan Wiltshire BSc MBA C Eng MIEE graduated in 1997 in electrical and electronic engineering and has for the majority of his career managed the transition of ideas into manufacturable and saleable electronic equipment. Alan has worked for a number of instrumentation and defence companies on telemetry, time domain reflectometry, measuring instruments, electronic warfare and missile systems. He now works for Cambridge Consultants Ltd as Programme Manager for the Prism 200 – Through Wall Radar.

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