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          Electronic warfare

          Electronic warfare for aircraft design resources and block diagram


          Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create electronic warfare systems with low latency and wide bandwidth. Whether it is for intercepting or jamming, our designs help you quickly process a wide range of signals.

            Modern electronic warfare systems often require:

          • Wide bandwidth digitizers that quickly intercept and counter incoming signals.
          • Low noise, low jitter clocks to allow precise synchronization of multiple channels.
          • Low noise power to maintain proper SNR.
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