This is the fourth article in a series. Even as the Shenyang J-20 fighter performed its first public display above November’s Airshow China in Zhuhai, the tall arrays of low-frequency air surveillance radars standing over the crowds were evidence of Beijing’s efforts not only to match but to counter the U.S. advantage in stealth. Towering over the flight line at Zhuhai were three air-defense radars from China Electronics Technology Group Corp. (CETC) and its Nanjing Research ...
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