Airborne radar systems are essential for many organizations, both military and civilian. Airborne radar systems have a high degree of mobility and can be deployed to any location around the world. They can also operate at high altitudes, giving them an improved range over ground radar systems. The configurability of airborne radar systems means they can be adapted to perform any number of tasks.
Airborne radar has both military and commercial applications. As an evolving technology, new applications for airborne radar are continuously being developed. Some of the more common uses are:
Airborne radar systems depend on the reliability and efficacy of RF signals. Many unique requirements must be considered when selecting coaxial cables, including:
PhaseTrack® cable assemblies are designed for applications demanding minimal phase change over temperature. All PhaseTrack cables use a proprietary TF4® dielectric that does not have the abrupt shift in the phase that occurs with solid- or tape-wrapped PTFE-based products under normal room ambient temperature conditions.
Our MILTECH® family are hermetically sealed flexible RF and microwave assemblies. These ruggedized transmission lines are fully vapor sealed, optimized and qualified for commercial, military airborne and other demanding applications.
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