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Passive millimeter wave imaging considerations for tactical aircraft

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1 Author(s)
Stewart, W.L. ; Lockheed Martin Aeronaut. Co., Fort Worth, TX, USA

Air Force, Army, Navy, and NASA Research Laboratories, in addition to major aerospace companies, are considering millimeter wave (MMW) imaging technology as an enhancement to sensor suits on both occupied and unoccupied vehicles. This is a review of the basic technology involved in MMW imaging and some of the programs and products that might benefit from passive day or night imaging through mist, haze, fog, clouds, smoke and/or dust. Potential applications include UAV surveillance of ground vehicles, airborne approach to airfields, tankers, flight leaders, and detection of airborne targets, including stealth aircraft.

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 12 )