Articles by Eli Brookner, Raytheon Co.
January 15, 2013
MIMO radar has been built up as a technique that provides better accuracy and resolution, but is that really the case?
Phased-array radars have seen ever increasingly wider use around the world over the last five decades. In recent years, they have seen breakthroughs that led to capabilities not possible in the past. This is exemplified by the development of GaAs integ...
January 17, 2008
Over the last five decades since the formation of the Microwave Journal, phased-array radars have seen remarkable advances and wide proliferation around the world. This is exemplified in Figures 1 , 2 and 3 , which give just a few examples of the phased arrays deployed over the last...Read More
January 31, 2006
This is a survey article summarizing the recent developments and future trends in passive, active, bipolar and monolithic microwave integrated circuitry (MMIC) phased arrays for ground, ship, air and space applications. Covered is the DD(X) ship radar suite; THAAD (formerly GBR); European COBRA; Israel BMD radar antennas; Dutch shipboard...Read More
The entry of MMIC arrays into space-age telecommunications, and ongoing research and development programs looking to use phased arrays effectively
June 1, 1997
Major Advances in Phased Arrays: Part II This article is the second in a two-part series describing the major accomplishments in phased arrays and new-age MMIC ground-based and airborne arrays. Part one covered significant advances made in phased arrays over the last 35 years and the entry into the...Read More
The maturation of electronically steerable phase-phase scanned arrays over the last 35 years
May 1, 1997
Major Advances in Phased Arrays: Fast One This article is the first of a two-part series that describes the major accomplishments in phased arrays, and new-age MMIC ground-based and airborne arrays. Significant advances have been made in the last 35 years in the area of electronically steerable phase-phase scanned...Read More