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Future Cognitive and Adaptive Radar to counter advanced electronic threats and mitigate spectrum congestion


Today’s radars face an ever increasingly complex operational environment, intensified by the numerous types of mission/modes, number and type of targets, non-homogenous clutter and active interferers in the scene. Thus, the ability to adapt ones transmit waveform, to optimally suit the needs for a particular radar tasking and environment, becomes …

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US DOD developing Cognitive and Adaptive Electronic warfare Systems for future dynamic wireless communication and radar threats


Future US jamming systems may be able to react in real-time to counter unfamiliar radar signals under the Adaptive Radar Countermeasures (ARC) programme, a $13.3 million contract awarded to BAE Systems in Oct 2016 by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Early versions of the jamming technology could become available …

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Military Satellite Communication Goal is  mobile and connected military anywhere in the world with high-speed, high-bandwidth and secure connectivity and through handheld terminals


Honeywell has announced that it will offer high-speed, high-bandwidth satellite communications capabilities for military use. Inmarsat’s Global Xpress “SATCOM as a Service” in-flight broadband service and Honeywell’s JetWave™ satellite communications hardware work together to provide a consistent, high-speed, high-bandwidth connectivity experience for military users around the world, improving overall situational …

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Extreme Environments like Hypersonic flight , Planetary exploration and Military Systems require development of new electronic components and materials


“Electronics have dramatically changed the way we live, conduct business, communicate, and educate. Visions of the future foretell of ubiquitous computing and sensing. However, the environments in which electronics can reliably operate are limited. In consumer applications, typical operating temperatures range from -40° to 85°C. The “wider” military temperature range …

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US Navy and DARPA to develop Cryogenic Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) systems for future Electronic Warfare


Cryogenic electronics have been used for increasing the speed of supercomputers, enhancing the signal-to-noise of Microwave and millimeter-wave receivers used in radio astronomy and deep-space communication by NASA, preamplifiers for cell-phone base stations and nuclear magnetic resonance receivers for higher sensitivity and faster data acquisition, gravity-wave receivers, for better signal-to-noise. …

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