The Jindalee over-the-horizon radar: its past, present and future
August 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Co-sponsored by: IEEE Queensland Section & 2018 International Conference on Radar
The IEEE Queensland Section and its Aerospace and Electronic Systems Chapter, in conjunction with the 2018 International Conference on Radar (Radar ’18), are proud to present a public lecture by two leading authorities on the Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN). Don Sinnott will present the main part of the seminar, tracing the development of Australian radar technology from World War 2 through to the establishment of JORN in 2003. Gordon Frazer will then take up the story to outline its recent history, current status and its exciting future under the recently announced $1.2bn JORN Phase 6 upgrade.
This lecture is part of the technical program of Radar ’18 but is open to the public for free. Please register your attendance to ensure your place (Radar ’18 delegates are automatically registered).
Speaker(s): Don Sinnott, Gordon Frazer
7pm: “Radar development in Australia: from World War II to the Jindalee HF over-the-horizon radar demonstrator” by Don Sinnott
7.40pm: “So what happened next? The Australian OTHR scene since 2003” by Gordon Frazer
7.50pm: Question and answer
8pm: Lecture concludes
Room: Boulevard Auditorium
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
cnr Merivale and Glenelg Sts.
South Bank, Queensland