As data converters gain more speed and bandwidth, it presents designers with new opportunities to take fresh looks at applications like radar and communications.
Mercury Systems recently received a $2.2 million follow-on contract from a major defense contractor for millimeter-wave modules for use in a homeland security system.
The AIRFENCE 5.0 system is a defense against drones used at airports and by military to detect and combat enemy UASs.
A laser-based missile-guidance system can be added to different missiles to improve the targeting accuracy when fired from fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft.
The U.S. Army’s second-generation Blue Force Tracking (BFT-2) satellite network will be improving performance as a result of some new vehicle-mounted L-band radio transceivers.
Part 4 dives into antenna-array design, which can be accomplished by utilizing either measured or simulated antenna-element patterns.
General Dynamics is growing its government IT business through the acquisition if IT service provider CSRA.