Westinghouse develops brassboard aperture for simultaneous radar, IR applications

May 1989
Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/15/1989, Vol. 130 Issue 20, p65
Trade Publication
Reports that General Electric's Electronics Laboratory is developing high electron mobility transistors to provide necessary performance for future sensitive receivers and millimeter-wave radars, all of which could mean lower power, less detectable transmissions, smaller antennas, and cheaper systems. Benefits; Applications; HEMT growth and production.


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