Rough waters, extreme heat and broad frequency ranges: Protecting military electronics in challenging conditions

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  • Author: Paul Dixon

Military equipment – everything from radomes to fighter jets – and the soldiers who operate this equipment depend on the reliable operation of sensitive electronics. These electronics, in turn, rely on small, passive materials that mitigate stray signal interference, enhance antenna patterns and enable survivability capabilities. These materials absorb or attenuate electromagnetic energy and are called microwave absorbers. Stray signals can interfere with crucial communications systems and degrade the performance of electronic components. Sidelobes and back scatter can reduce the quality of antenna signals.

So, design engineers in the military and aerospace industries desperately need resilient and reliable microwave absorbers to protect crucial electronics and equipment against evolving threats.

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