UAVs Keep An Eye on Enemy Movements (.PDF Download)

Surveillance has long been one of several ways of keeping track of an adversary. Once referred to simply as “spying” on an enemy, surveillance has grown in sophistication, enabled very much by advances in analog, digital, and mixed-signal electronics. Put simply, as electronic devices increase in performance and capability within smaller-sized packages, long-distance surveillance capabilities increase in direct proportion.

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