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Microwaves in the Land of Sun and Honey

The three original US microwave geographic areas were established during WWII in locations with embedded engineering educational centers. MIT and its famous Rad Lab made Boston an incubator for a number of companies. In the Bay Area, Stanford and its n...

April 1, 2010
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Gilfillan Brothers In 1941, Gilfillan Brothers, a Los Angeles manufacturer of radios with an excellent reputation for efficiency, was challenged to produce the Ground Approach Radar developed by MIT. Figure 1 The AN/MPN-1, the world's first GCA, was Gilfillan's entry into radar. Gilfillan was contracted in the early days...
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