If Hanwha stumbles in the challenging task of developing an advanced radar for the KF-X fighter, Elta will probably be there to catch it. In fact, the Israel Aerospace Industries electronics unit likely will be contracted soon to validate the South Korean company’s radar program. Although the initial version of the KF-X is not intended to be highly stealthy, prime contractor Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) is studying techniques for controlling radar reflections. Meanwhile, ...


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