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Let's see what's out there! When Captain Jean Luc Picard, skipper of the USS Enterprise, uttered these immortal words in the cult science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, the technology onboard his 24th Century spaceship was a tad more sophisticated than current combat aircraft radar. Withington, Thomas Feb 1, 2016 2805
MUOS Labs develop 4 new military antennas. Jan 25, 2016 195
MUOS Labs develop 4 new military antennas. Jan 25, 2016 195
MUOS Labs develop 4 new military antennas. Jan 25, 2016 184
AESA radar technology. Richardson, Doug Jun 1, 2015 2885
Dominating the electromagetic spectrum: SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific researchers are developing new multiband antenna. Petrie, Patric Jan 1, 2015 975
Shooting the bird: word gets around that is, if the communication channels are available, open and online. Satellite communication links are vital to today's warfighter, and even more so on the tactical level. Pointing an antenna at a satellite and shooting voice, data and video back and forth has become an integral ingredient of the communications prescription for success. Keggler, Johnny; Jameson, Hugh Oct 1, 2011 2195
Fighters face the Aesa revolution: since 2000, a small number of fighter aircraft have been flying with Active Electronically Scanned Array (Aesa) radars. To date, these have all been American, but design teams around the world are working to develop their own Aesa fighter radars. Richardson, Doug Jun 1, 2007 2739
A sampling of EW antennas. Herskovitz, Don Dec 1, 1997 1156
Phased array antennas. Adamy, Dave Dec 1, 1997 1141
EW antennas. Jan 1, 1994 704
Antenna radar cross section. Tuley, M.T. Jan 1, 1994 2778
Antennas for electronic warfare systems. Maybell, Michael J.; Holst, Dennis W. Aug 1, 1990 1068

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