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Technologies and Solutions for Radar System Applications

Colleague, as a valued member of the TechOnline community, you're invited to our upcoming FREE webinar on Technologies and Solutions for Radar System Applications.

Join us on Wednesday, July 22, 2015, at 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET.

Presented by Duncan Bosworth, Director of Marketing and Applications, Aerospace and Defense Business Unit Analog Devices.

New Radar systems are employing a range of different architectures to meet the challenges of multi-mode and multi-function requirements. In this webinar ADI applications engineers will discuss key enabling technologies and solutions for Radar systems operating from L through Ku band and beyond utilizing RF sampling systems, direct conversion and super heterodyne architectures.
Who should attend:
Design Engineers and Engineering Managers responsible for creating and maximizing performance in commercial and military radar systems.
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Webinar Details
Time:9:00am PT/12:00pm ET
Date: Wednesday, July 22nd
Duration: 60 min
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Presented by:
Duncan Bosworth
Director of Marketing and Applications, Aerospace and Defense Business Unit
Analog Devices
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