Intel, Lockheed Martin develop small-sized EW circuits

by Gerrard Cowan

Intel, with input from Lockheed Martin, has developed a new technology that reduces the size of circuits used in electronic warfare (EW), radar, and other military systems, improving overall performance while reducing size, weight, and power (SWAP) demands, according to the companies.

The technology integrates field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), analogue-to-digital convertors (ADCs), and digital-to-analogue convertors (DACs). FPGAs are integrated circuits that can be reprogrammed by the operator as required, providing customisable computational speed that systems like radar need to implement extremely fast digital signal processing.

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