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  1. Raytheon and Northrop Grumman to attack costs and complexity of AESA radar

    Magazine Articles

    Tue, 8 Jul 2014

    receivers that are composed of many small solid-state transmit and receive modules. AESA radars aim their beams by emitting radio waves from each module in different phases to focus radar energy in different directions. This kind of radar particularly lends

  2. Air Force picks Raytheon and Northrop Grumman to attack costs and complexity of AESA radar

    Online Articles

    Thu, 5 Jun 2014

    receivers that are composed of many small solid-state transmit and receive modules. AESA radars aim their beams by emitting radio waves from each module in different phases to focus radar energy in different directions. This kind of radar particularly lends

  1. Air Force considering AESA radar upgrades for B-1 and B-52 strategic bomber fleets

    Online Articles

    Tue, 11 Mar 2014

    radar systems to improve bomber surveillance and targeting capability. AESA radars aim their beam by emitting separate radio waves interfering constructively at certain angles off the antenna, Air Force officials say. With this technology change, Air

  2. Air Force officials select Ball Aerospace to develop Ion Velocity Meter to fly on microsatellite

    Online Articles

    Sat, 15 Feb 2014

    the IVM instruments will be used to characterize the ionosphere, providing information related to applications involving radio wave propagation. U.S. agencies led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are now actively partnering

  3. Army revisits troposcatter communications technology as alternative to long-range SATCOM

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 9 Sep 2013

    Troposcatter communications mode scatters radio waves as they pass through upper layers of ..... Only a small portion of troposcatter radio waves can be received, so large high-gain ..... communications typically are secure because their radio waves are difficult for enemies to intercept

  4. Army revisits troposcatter communications technology as alternative to long-range SATCOM

    Online Articles

    Fri, 26 Jul 2013

    Troposcatter communications mode scatters radio waves as they pass through upper layers of ..... Only a small portion of troposcatter radio waves can be received, so large high-gain ..... communications typically are secure because their radio waves are difficult for enemies to intercept

  5. Navy uses UAV data to improve performance and stealth qualities of communications and radar

    Online Articles

    Mon, 5 Aug 2013

    owned research vessel RV Knorr to explore ocean and atmospheric weather variations that can change the angle that radar and radio waves bend, making it more difficult for ships to remain undetected and hindering their ability to communicate or locate adversaries

  6. Navy uses UAV data to improve performance and stealth qualities of communications and radar

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 9 Sep 2013

    owned research vessel RV Knorr to explore ocean and atmospheric weather variations that can change the angle that radar and radio waves bend, making it more difficult for ships to remain undetected and hindering their ability to communicate or locate adversaries

  7. Satellite communications becoming small, mobile, and available to warfighters on the front lines

    Online Articles

    Tue, 31 Jul 2012

    greater security than communicating using radio waves , but it carries several restrictions ..... communicate with any satellite, while radio waves can pass through many barriers that ..... typically are carried out exclusively using radio waves rather than lasers. Outside of the

  8. Air Force scours industry for replacement part to nuclear bomber communications system

    Online Articles

    Tue, 12 Mar 2013

    essentially tunes an antenna to enable it to transmit and receive radio waves efficiently over a relatively wide frequency range. Without ..... bands between about 2 and 30 MHz rely on relatively long radio waves that bounce off the layer of the atmosphere called the ionosphere