The Application Of Rotary Joints In Radar Control System

Dditors:gassrini Time:2017-04-27

With the diversification of radar systems, all kinds of rotating combination application in radar system is becoming more frequent, The rotary combination is a rotary transmission device for connecting the equipment cabin and the antenna in the radar system. Its task is to make the fixed and rotating ends of the various electrical signals, optical signals, power or liquid or gas medium rotation transmission. Rotary joint is the indispensable key device in the mechanical scan radar system, it is used in radar antenna.


Jinpat LPHF rotary joint series slip ring is a slip ring and high frequency rotary joint LPCC series in one of the mixed slip ring

LPHF rotary joint series of slip ring is a mixed type slip ring that integrated electronic slip ring and high frequency rotary joint. In addition to realize the function of the traditional electrical slip ring, it also can through the high frequency rotary joint transmission frequency up to 500 MHZ - more than 50 GHZ analog signals and high speed digital signals. This series of slip ring performance is remarkable, its signal attenuation loss and transmission fluctuations in ultra-low, which has been widely used in air traffic control, missile defense systems and other aerospace fields.



1, high frequency channel up to 37 circuits

2, the frequency range up to 50GHz

Customization options:

1, the number of channels

2, the number of high frequency channels

3, rated voltage and rated current

4, the end of the wire connector

5, the length of the wire

6, support broadband signal and current or other signal mixed transmission


Typical Application:

1, radar antenna

2, air traffic control

3, satellite communication system

Other customizable rotary joint type

Hybrid slip ring 1 ------ The combination of the electric slip ring and the fiber optic rotary joint

Hybrid slip ring 2 ----- The slip ring is combined with the high frequency rotary joint

Hybrid slip ring 3 ----- The slip ring is combined with the hydraulic / pneumatic rotary joint

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