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Next-Generation Phased Radar Systems Lead To Hardware Improvements By Renaissance Electronics & Communications
For the next generation of radar systems currently in development, the most critical requirement is the ability to successfully counter saturation attacks. Such attacks may include numerous aircraft and missiles converging from multiple directions at the same time. To meet this challenge, very high data rates are required to track a large number of simultaneous targets. Unfortunately, the level of data quality required is not achievable with the traditional rotating or fixed radar systems in use today.
Magnetrons are high-power microwave oscillators that take the potential energy of an electron cloud near its cathode and convert it into RF energy. Magnetron radar transmitters are ideal for shipboard, airborne, or ground-based military applications in L-band to Ka-band radars.
A.H. Systems manufactures a complete line of affordable, reliable, individually calibrated EMC test antennas, preamplifiers, current probes, and low-loss, high frequency cables that satisfy FCC, MIL-STD, VDE, IEC, and SAE testing standards. This is a list of commonly used terms in the EMC community and their definitions.
BNC’s 745-20C-T is a 20-channel digital delay generator with a 5 picosecond jitter. It can be used for gating, delaying, pulsing, and synchronizing experiments in the nanosecond and picosecond domains.