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Future DoD Airborne High-Frequency Radar Needs/Resources: Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force
Future DoD Airborne High-Frequency Radar Needs/Resources: Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force
 
Our Price: $25.00
Year: 2001
Pages: 55
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756738547

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David Briggs (ed); Robert R. Everett (ed); William Schneider, Jr. (fr). This study by the Defense Science Board Task Force, Dept. of Defense, was established to focus on the use of airborne X-band radar to serve the broad mission areas of air defense & ground surveillance. The findings & recommendations of the Task Force provide a clear path for development & utilization of Active Electronically Steered Arrays (AESAs) on a variety of systems & platforms. The primary focus of the study was the assessment of X-band AESA technology for use in side-looking radar surveillance systems, viz, the U-2, Global Hawk & JSTARS. The Task Force found that the state-of-the-art in X-band AESAs is sufficiently advanced at this time to permit insertion into airborne side-looking radars with relatively low technical risk. Illustrated.

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