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FUJITSU TEN Ltd. has developed "automotive compact 77GHz three-dimensional electronic scan millimeter-wave radar" that is capable of detecting an object in three dimensions, including "elevation" range in addition to distance and azimuth range. While making further improvements, FUJITSU TEN will aim at delivering this product to automobile manufacturers from 2014.
Thales has launched a new naval Radar Electronic Support Measures (R-ESM) solution for multi-purpose ships that need continued capability in the littoral.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued SRC Inc. a patent for the “Interleaved Beam Coherent Radar Apparatus and Processing Method,” an advanced radar scanning and processing technique that improves a radar’s ability to detect very slow moving targets, such as small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), watercraft or personnel, with a very high scan rate.
Introduction to a 13 GHz synthesizer that achieves a phase detector operating frequency of 110 MHz while simutaneously consuming less than 100 MW of power
Raytheon Co. has achieved two significant milestones on the Cobra Judy Replacement program, meeting critical performance requirements to advance ongoing system integration.
Cassidian has developed a new generation of transmit and receive modules which give the new Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars previously unattained performance, the company claims.
Roke Manor Research Ltd. (Roke) has worked with Saab to successfully integrate its Miniature Radar Altimeter (MRA) into Saab's Skeldar UAV for which it is now a standard fit.
Oslo Gardermoen Airport has implemented the first fully operational Terma SCANTER 5502 Solid State Surface Movement Radar, which is integrated into HITT’s A3000 A-SMGCS.
Spectracom announced its new Pulsed RF Counter/Analyzer, which further expands the capabilities of the company’s world leading line of frequency analysis instruments.
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