To support current aerospace and defense systems, technology has moved beyond traditional constructs and iterations to completely new approaches and solutions. The RF/microwave industry faces the task of providing ever-advancing electronic-warfare (EW) solutions while meeting size, weight, and power (SWaP) constraints. A further example of this advanced technology revolves around next-generation radar systems—a number of them are being powered by active electronically scanned arrays
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