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24 October 1985 Advanced Applications And Solid-State Power Sources For Millimeter-Wave Systems
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Proceedings Volume 0544, Millimeter Wave Technology III; (1985)
Event: 1985 Technical Symposium East, 1985, Arlington, United States
Millimeter-Wave technology offers many advantages for communications and missile systems of the future. These benefits are presented with a discussion of their impact on millimeter-wave systems under development, including smart munitions, minimissiles, communications, fire control, and radiometry. Millimeter-wave solid-state power sources, in particular IMPATT diode, have made light-weight integrated high-frequency systems a reality. The development of these power sources, including IMPATT power combining, is crucial to future millimeter-wave systems.
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Glenn R. Thoren "Advanced Applications And Solid-State Power Sources For Millimeter-Wave Systems", Proc. SPIE 0544, Millimeter Wave Technology III, (24 October 1985);


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