Powerful weather radar performance with solid state transmitter technology

Meteorology

Solid-state power amplifier (SSPA) transmitters provide greater observation accuracy, sensitivity, and tracking quality over conventional technology.  In addition, the ultra-wideband performance virtually removes the risk of frequency interference. So why aren’t more meteorological organizations using them? 


Join us at our next webinar to hear the latest on SSPA technology. Meteorology experts will be talking about the newest applications and how the technology improves accuracy and efficiency, including: 

  • Higher reliability and lifespan
  • Lower long-term costs 
  • No calibration downtime 

Who should attend: 
National weather service organizations and decision-makers 

 

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Speakers: 

Timo Lyly

Product manager, Weather Radars, Vaisala

Long experience in different roles related to weather radar business. Part of the R&D teams developing wind profiler, weather radar and radio theodolite products. Has also background in service and project management positions. Background in electrical engineering and meteorology. 

Vaisala Weather Radar WRS400

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