Italian researchers are making breakthroughs in passive radar technology, opening the door to detecting previously hard-to-track targets such as stealthy aircraft. The Italian work is being driven by Finmeccanica, Elettronica and several academic institutions. NATO's Consultation, Command and Control Agency is also involved by supporting the multi-static passive radar activity. The studies have been largely shrouded in secrecy during the past few years, but they have received continuous ...

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