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COTS processing drives modern electronic warfare systems

John McHale, Editorial Director

Designers of signal-processing systems for electronic warfare (EW) applications faced with requirements for reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP) along with more processing power are creating multifunction systems that leverage high-speed field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology.

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Next-gen military radar system design innovations

Sally Cole Senior Editor

Gallium nitride (GaN) transmitters, radio frequency (RF) tiles, and solid-state modular 3-D radar are among the latest innovations in next-generation military radar systems to embrace commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) components to reduce costs. Designers of these systems have also adopted modular design to streamline installation and maintenance.

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Solid-state technology suitable for radar applications

Scott Behan Qorvo

New radar systems have increasingly utilized active electronically scanned arrays (AESAs) for their radiating and receiving functionality. AESAs offer several desirable features compared with other radar implementations, including jam resistance, frequency agility, graceful degradation, and use for other applications such as communications, electronic self-protect (ESP), or electronic attack (EA).

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Low-cost embedded development kits accelerate design cycles

Pushek Madaan, Cypress Semiconductor and Gagan Luthra, Cypress Semiconductor

Increasing time-to-market pressures have led to the availability of full-featured microcontrollers, sometimes called system-on-chip (SoC) processors. These feature-rich microcontrollers or SoCs speed design by integrating a part of or, in some cases, all of the hardware required to implement an embedded design. Developers can then focus their design efforts on application-level functionality.

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