Radar Now Travels with the Troops (.PDF Download)

Radar has been a defensive electronic weapon for some time, usually served by large, heavy systems, although the technology is being fit into smaller and lighter packages. Radar transmitters once relied on large vacuum tubes along with their associated full-sized power supplies to power their pulses. The large sizes and weights of these components limited the portability of radar systems in the battlefield.

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