This is the second article in a series. Since the advent of stealth technology, claims have abounded about ways low-observable aircraft can be detected. Chief among these are radars that operate at lower frequencies than those stealth aircraft are designed to defeat. With digital electronics technology overcoming some of the performance limitations inherent in VHF and other low-frequency radars, can they render stealth obsolete? To understand the current balance of stealth versus ...

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