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lucernhammer is a state of the art electromagnetic signature prediction code suite, used for the prediction of scattered far-zone electric fields and radar cross section (RCS) of realistic radar targets. It is used by U.S. Government agencies and its contractors in areas such as ballistic missile defense (BMD), automatic target recognition (ATR), inverse SAR (ISAR) image generation, low-observable (stealth) target design and more. It also comprises an ideal software platform to be used in many areas of research in the field of Computational Electromagnetics (CEM).
Note: lucernhammer 2.0 is now available! See here for more information.
The lucernhammer software suite comprises the following software tools:
lucernhammer is written in the C++ programming language, and is parallelized for multi-CPU and multi-core platforms. Supported are conducting (PEC) objects as well as objects that have bulk dielectric parts (which can be lossy). lucernhammer uses the Xpatch/ACAD-type facet (.facet) geometry file, so it is compatible with facet files in pre-existing threat model databases. For those building models from scratch, we recommend McNeel and Associates' Rhinoceros 3D for surface modeling and export. Rhinoceros has the capability and precision to create highly detailed 3D surface geometry suitable for radar cross section prediction.
Qualified agencies can obtain a demonstration copy of lucernhammer to use free and without any limitations for 30 days.
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Note: lucernhammer is export-controlled software. Distribution is limited to United States government, its contractors, and qualified educational institutions. If you are a foreign national or you do not meet these qualifications, be advised there are absolutely no exceptions and we will not answer your inquiries.