Graphene-Based Coating Deices Radomes

Credit: U.S. Navy

The antennas of naval radars are protected by radomes. These structures, usually made of ceramic alumina, are prone to icing in freezing weather, which means that reliable deicing is needed to remove buildup without affecting radar signals. This is usually done with heat, but because ceramic alumina...

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