Lockheed Martin’s TPY-4 has received its official U.S. Government nomenclature—AN/TPY-4(V)1—officially marking the radar’s maturity and its ability to deliver fully-digital technology, and therefore setting a new standard for the future of radars.
With XENSIV™ BGT60ATR24C AEC-Q100 radar sensors, AURIX™ microcontrollers and OPTIREG™ PMICs,Infineon Technologies AG offers a variety of products for an ultra-wideband, ultra-low power and cost-performance scalable architecture for ICMS sub-systems.
Author Brian Watson's book, Non-Line-of-Sight-Radar, wrote a comprehensive volume, but there's always more to talk about. Read on for his thoughts on radar, how he wrote the book, and his writing process.
As part of the German Army's "qualified air defence" drone defence programme, sensor specialist HENSOLDT is supplying the latest version of its "Spexer 2000 3D" radar to system integrator Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace.
The Artech House community is comprised of experts in a variety of technical fields. Read on for a glowing endorsement of Joseph Guerci's book, Cognitive Radar: The Knowledge-Aided Fully Adaptive Approach, Second Edition, by Alfonso Farina, Selex ES (Retired), Consultant to Leonardo Land & Naval Defence Electronics, Italy.