Radar Components

DPCSS upgrades SAW-based radars.

Model CI BM7xx digital pulse compression sub-system (DPCSS) comes with chirp generator (transmitter) and compressor (receiver) modules at intermediate frequency (IF). Combining FPGAs for signal processing and analog I/O for IF of SAW, signal processor is self-consistent, and needs only dc supply voltage for operation. All pulse compression parameters such as center frequency, bandwidth, time...

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Power Modules replace transistors in radar applications.

Power Modules replace transistors in radar applications.

Operating at 800, 700, and 550 W, respectively, Models 1214-800P, 1214-700P1, and 1214-550P Power Solution Modules can be used to replace up to four 220 W transistors in high power L-Band pulsed radar applications. Plug and play capable, Class C modules feature 1,200-1,400 MHz frequency coverage, 300 -µs medium pulse format, 8 db/min high power gain, 50% collector efficiency and 50 W in, 50 W...

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Northrop Grumman to Provide U.S. Air Force with B-1 Radar Components

BALTIMORE, Oct. 18, 2006 -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) has been awarded a contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide radar system spares in support of the ongoing B-1 bomber sustainment effort. The B-1 aircraft provides a unique long range strike capability with a large and varied payload. The B-1's offensive radar system, also known as the AN/APQ-164, was designed and manufactured...

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