Corpus ID: 805577

Long-Range UHF Radars for Ground Control of Airborne Interceptors

@inproceedings{Ward2001LongRangeUR,
  title={Long-Range UHF Radars for Ground Control of Airborne Interceptors},
  author={W. W. Ward and F. Naka},
  year={2001}
}
■ The standard Air Force radars available in the early 1950s had major shortcomings for air-battle management in the face of plausible threats. At that time Lincoln Laboratory was achieving impressive success in developing UHF radars for airborne early warning with moving-target indication by changing from shorter to longer operating wavelengths. It appeared that similar innovations would also yield major performance improvements for radars devoted to the ground control of airborne interceptors… Expand

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