World’s Highest Performance Digital Pulse Compression Radars


General Radar democratizes
the Aerospace radar architecture

Founded in 2016 in Belmont, California, General Radar Corp. develops high-resolution 3D phased-array radar systems, with a focus on serving customers in the aerospace and defense, wind energy, autonomy, and weather sectors.

Our three in-market innovations include: achieving high-resolution without sacrificing range; designing and building fully solid-state AESA antennas; and imaging and identifying targets using arbitrary waveforms and AI/ML.

Our mission is to deliver advanced aerospace radar solutions at greatly reduced costs while making possible a broad range of new and expanded uses.

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Standalone AESA Radar

We are commercializing a complete C-band radar with a GaN AESA front-end and a high-resolution signal processor backend.

Our radar achieves long range without sacrificing resolution, is powered by supercomputer-scale signal processors, and is capable of leveraging wideband arbitrary waveforms to enable a range of novel applications.

Radar Upgrades

General Radar has developed an advanced radar signal processing backend capable of enhancing the capabilities of existing radar systems. Allowing Customers to revitalize exquisite radars of record through the use of high-resolution waveforms, multi-GSPS signal sampling, supercomputer-scale signal processing and state-of-art algorithms.

Mark-IV: A high-res mmW imaging radar

General Radar has developed a high resolution 3D imaging radar operating in the 76~81GHz band for autonomous vehicles, counter-drone, airfield FOD and wind-profiling applications called the Mark-IV.  Its antenna features two analog mmW AESA beamformers producing a 1x1° narrow electronically-steered pencil-beam with up to 6 cm range resolution.

Its signal processor backend is composed of 32 independent baseband channels, each featuring record-performance digital pulse compression correlators for long-range high-resolution and interference-resistant operation, LIDAR-like point cloud data output, and target imaging and identification via arbitrary waveforms.