The pulsed X- and Ka-band cloud radar systems MIRA-10 and MIRA-35 (formely named MIRA-36) are unique in performance and durability and deliver a calibrated Doppler spectrum of cloud droplets in up to 1024 height steps for a vertical range up to 15 km at a finest time resolution of 20 Hz (no coherent averaging). The wide dynamic range and the very high system sensitivity allow a tomography of cloud structures even in thin ice layer. Several antenna sizes can be installed stationary or in a trailer as mobile platforms. A comprehensive overview of cloud radar theory and worldwide installations can be found at Wikipedia. Many of our customers allow us to make their operational measurements publicly available as graphs here under “Quicklook Images”.
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