L-band radar

L-band radar

A radar radiating in the frequency band of 40 to 60 GHz, corresponding to a wavelength of 0.3 to 0.2 in (7.5–5 mm). In the older classification prior to 1962, the emitting frequency range was from 1 to 2 GHz, corresponding to 11 to 6 in (30–15 cm).
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6 tonne 737 AEW&C, based on the 737-700 IGW and the Northrop Grumman Mesa (Multi-role Electronically-Scanned Antenna) L-band radar.
Lockheed Martin's FPS-117 L-band radar provides continuous high-quality surveillance on air targets at ranges out to 250 miles.
Three NXP products were winners in this year's EDN China Awards: the LPC1700 series microcontrollers was awarded "Best Product" for Embedded Systems and ICs, while the PN544 chip and the BLL6H1214-500 LDMOS L-band radar power transistor were respectively voted "Leading Product" in the "Telecommunications and Network" and the "Analog and Composite Signals" categories.
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Development of a conceptual design for the highly innovative L-band radar instrument based on the use of multiple patented digital beamforming techniques,
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Infineon s new power transistor, PTVA127002EV, is well-suited for L-Band radar systems used in air traffic control and weather observation applications.
The High L-Band series transistors consists of three model types -- 1517-20M, 1517-110M, and 1517-250M -- which cover the frequency for High L-Band Radar Applications from 1480 to 1650 MHz with a pulsed output power of 20W, 110W, and 250W, respectively.
The MAGX-001214-500L00, which is a gold-metalized pre-matched GaN on Silicon Carbide transistor has been optimized for pulsed L-Band radar applications.
We are extremely pleased to offer these top-notched P-band products, in addition to the existing APT RF L-Band Radar Product Family.
Under the terms of the contract, Essex will develop the interface to a standard personal computer and demonstrate processing of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data collected by the L-Band radar on-board a Navy P-3 Flying Laboratory aircraft.