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Selecting the Right RF Solution to Improve Overall Radar Performance
Technical Education Webinar Series
Title: Learn How to Select the Right RF Product Solution to Improve Overall Radar Performance
Sponsored by: TriQuint
April 15, 2014; 8am PT/ 11am ET/ 3pm UTC
Presented by: Richard Martin, Product Line Manager for Discrete Transistors & IMFETs, TriQuint Defense, Aerospace & Foundry Products
Why this webinar matters:
TriQuint's rich heritage supporting global defense and commercial needs is unmatched. TriQuint radar products afford customers flexibility in designing systems to fit unique requirements. Airborne radar platforms such as the F-15, F-22 and the F-35 all benefit from proven, highly reliable TriQuint technology. A variety of shipboard and ground-based radar platforms also take advantage of TriQuint's high-performance portfolio of products and technologies.
Listen to TriQuint’s experts as they discuss different product trades that will improve overall radar performance. Learn how to achieve better overall system PAE, NF and power. Also learn about options to decrease size, weight and power of the overall system by using the right GaAs or GaN process or the right product for the right application.
Who should attend:
- Designers of military or commercial radar systems who want to learn more about how to reduce overall SWaP on their next radar program
- Radar system designers looking for solid-state power amplifiers to replace TWTAs
- Radar system designers looking for GaN power amplifier replacement option of LDMOS power amplifiers
Presenter bio: Joining TriQuint in 2010, Richard Martin is Product Line Manager for the GaN discrete transistor and IMFET portfolio within the defense, aerospace, and foundry group at TriQuint. He received his B.S.E.E. from Oklahoma State University and has been working in the RF and wireless industry since 1989. Prior to joining TriQuint, he held positions in engineering, program management, product management, and marketing in Nortel’s commercial wireless base station division.