By Mike Lee, Director of Sales and Marketing The short answer is: it depends on the application. Traveling wave tube amplifiers sometimes catch a lot of flak because they’re considered “old technology.” Although they’ve been around a while, TWTAs with new innovations are still relatively unmatched in power and are still preferred for use in … Continued
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Because of the successful use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for worldwide defense applications, their international demand for UAVs has significantly increased and is expected to rise throughout the next decade. The Teal Corporation, an Aerospace and Defense market research company, recently published a ten-year market forecast for UAV potential in both the national and … Continued
Fast forward to the year 2020. What does the electronic warfare (EW) market look like? MarketsandMarkets, a global market research company, asked the same question. In December 2013 it published an Electronic Warfare Forecast providing an analysis of the global EW market over the next six years. Here are some key takeaways from the article: … Continued
Spend any time in the dB Control offices, and you’re bound to hear about the many practical, life-saving applications for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). In fact, we commend our customer, Northrop Grumman, on their relief efforts overseas. When Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines late last year, Northrop Grumman used its Global Hawk Block 30 UAV … Continued
Electronic warfare (EW) has long been a significant part of US military history because of its potential for agility and sophistication during mission-critical operations. In that same spirit, dB Control has consistently been a prime innovator in EW technology, having designed, manufactured and delivered more than 300 MPMs for use in high-power radar systems, electronic … Continued
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “drone?” Those of us in the military electronics industry think of the MQ-9 Reaper, the RQ-4 Global Hawk, and the rugged, high-power assemblies that go into these remarkable aircraft. While we prefer to call them unmanned aerial vehicles and unmanned aerial systems … Continued