RNAS Yeovilton, U.K. – U.K. defense electronics firm Ultra Electronics is developing a new family of miniature passive sonobuoys that eventually could lend themselves to deployment from unmanned aerial systems. The new, 12-in.-long “F” sized sonobuoys use the company’s new multi-static technology, which assesses data from other sonobuoys and other energy in the water to provide an increased probability of detection. The “F” size sonobouys retain the same ...

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