DIU Wants Direction-Finding Antenna For Smaller Aircraft

U.S. Army Guardrail

The Pentagon wants more accurate high-frequency direction-finding antenna for small aircraft.

Credit: U.S. Army
The Defense Innovation Unit is looking to find a prototype small high-frequency direction-finding antenna that it could mount on a fixed-wing aircraft. The U.S. Department of Defense wants a smaller antenna for signals-intelligence work to support force protection and targeting missions, the Defense...
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