Patriot to continue antenna research

Engineers at Patriot Scientific Corp. in San Diego are going on to the next phase of experimental research for their patented ionized gas antenna on behalf of the U.S. Office of Naval Research. The ionized gas antenna transmits and receives RF signals for potential stealth communications. It does not resonate metallic antennae; it enables RF devices to go undetected immediately after transmission. This approach eliminates unwanted ringing, and makes signal processing easier and less easy to trac

Engineers at Patriot Scientific Corp. in San Diego are going on to the next phase of experimental research for their patented ionized gas antenna on behalf of the U.S. Office of Naval Research. The ionized gas antenna transmits and receives RF signals for potential stealth communications. It does not resonate metallic antennae; it enables RF devices to go undetected immediately after transmission. This approach eliminates unwanted ringing, and makes signal processing easier and less easy to trace. U.S. Navy officials are interested in the antenna for shipboard and aircraft use. For more information phone Patriot Scientific at 619-674-5000. - J.K.

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