For force protection in tight areas such as coastlines and coastal zones, military leaders are leveraging small, compact surveillance radar systems. Mark Radford, CEO of Blighter Surveillance Systems, discusses this trend and talks about the technology behind small radars with Senior Editor Sally Cole. Edited excerpts follow
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom. South Korean armed forces officials selected Blighter Surveillance Systems to supply the company's Blighter B400 electronic-scanning radars to monitor the Korean Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) -- the buffer zone that stretches 250 kilometers across the Korean peninsula and divides North and South Korea.