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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First was the 900-W CGHV14800 GaN HEMT for L-Band radar applications, which the company called the highest power 50-V GaN HEMT demonstrated to date.
The new transistors join NXPs expanding portfolio of RF power transistors ideal for defense systems that operate in HF, VHF, UHF, and L-band radar, IFF transponders and avionics systems.
It's suited for avionics and L-band radar applications, as well as for applications in the communications bands under 1 GHz.
6 tonne 737 AEW&C, based on the 737-700 IGW and the Northrop Grumman Mesa (Multi-role Electronically-Scanned Antenna) L-band radar.
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.
One centered on the CGHV14800, a high-power GaN HEMT device designed for L-Band radar applications.
Freescale introduced a 50-V LDMOS RF power transistor line for L-Band radar applications.
Reported to have been key to the concept was successful communication between Arrow's long-range Green Pine L-band radar and Citron Tree fire-control system (Elta Electronics Industries) and Patriot's AN/MPQ-53 phased array radar and AN/MS 0-104 Engagement Control Station (Raytheon Systems).
Earlier this year, Freescale introduced its first LDMOS RF devices for the commercial aerospace market for use in L-band radar applications.
project assistance (Computer operator) in connection with Provision of Fire Detection and Alarm system for L-Band Radar,Juhu Airport, Tx.
Freescale Semiconductor introduced a 50 V LDMOS RF power transistor line-up for L-Band radar applications.
The Cobra Dane (AN/FPS-108) L-band radar achieves 200-MHz instantaneous bandwidth using this technique.