TOKYO—Japan has flight tested an integrated suite of sensors for its next fighter, creating a single system from a gallium-nitride radar, a passive radio-frequency (RF) sensor and an infrared camera. So far, results look good, the defense ministry said. The developmental system is the result of a 10-year effort aimed at overcoming the difficulty of detecting stealthy targets. It is part of a wider program of technology accumulation for the proposed combat aircraft, the Future ...

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