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4 IN BRIEF
10 SPECIAL REPORT
At long last, laser weapons
are nearing deployment
Once the stuff of science fiction, U.S. military
laser weapons now are considered the future
successors to missiles and gun systems to protect
military forces from enemy boats, unmanned
aircraft, ballistic missiles, mortars, and rockets.
18 TECHNOLOGY FOCUS
Shielding against electromagnetic
and RF interference for safety and
Aerospace and defense engineers opt for innovative
EMI and RFI shielding solutions and materials to
protect safety- and mission-critical systems from
intentional and unintended electronics emissions.
26 RF & MICROWAVE
28 UNMANNED VEHICLES
30 ELECTRO-OPTICS WATCH
32 PRODUCT APPLICATIONS
34 NEW PRODUCTS