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Articles Tagged with ''radar''

MACOM announces industry’s first highly integrated plastic packaged control MMIC for commercial radar applications

M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc. (“MACOM”), a leading supplier of high performance RF, microwave, and millimeter wave products, announced the industry’s first integrated core chip for the 8 to 11 GHz frequency range. Containing 6-bits of phase control, 6-bits of attenuation control and 26 dB of gain, MACOM’s Core Chip is an easy to use serial/parallel interface in a surface mount QFN package. Ideal for commercial radar applications, this integrated MMIC enables radar systems in early detection and warning for severe impending weather.


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Revolutionary EW technology to detect and counter emerging radar threats

On the modern battlefield, the use of electronic warfare (EW) is essential to deceiving and jamming enemy radar. As part of a program known as Adaptive Radar Countermeasures (ARC), BAE Systems will develop technology for a next-generation EW algorithm suite that will enable existing EW systems to operate against emerging radar threats, providing an essential capability to achieve air dominance. The company was awarded phases 1A and 1B of a three-phase, $34.9 million five-year effort.


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Eastern OptX launches Doppler radar system for moving target simulation

Eastern OptX launched a Dopper Radar Testing Program to recreate the actual environment in which radar must operate. Field-testing can require the coordination of a variety of costly assets and platforms including aircraft, ships, and vehicles, which can delay projects for a long periods of time. Now an alternate approach to this testing problem is here, with the recreation of the actual environment in which the radar system must operate. 


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U.S. Army, Raytheon achieve first inflight intercept of low quadrant elevation rocket

Raytheon Co. successfully intercepted and destroyed a low quadrant elevation (QE) 107mm rocket as part of the second series of guided test vehicle (GTV) flight tests of the Accelerated Improved Intercept Initiative (AI3) program. The intercept is a major test milestone before the U.S. Army live-fire engagements begin in September.


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