Raytheon Technology Today 2011 Issue 1

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Raytheon Technology Today 2011 Issue 1

View Technology Today online at:

www.raytheon.com/technology_today/current INSIDE THIS ISSUE

Technology Today is published

by the Office of Engineering,

Technology and Mission Assurance.

Vice President

Mark E. Russell

Chief Technology Officer

Bill Kiczuk

Managing Editor

Cliff Drubin

Senior Editors

Donna Acott

Tom Georgon

Eve Hofert

Feature Editor

Lindley Specht

Art Director

Debra Graham

Photography

Don Bernstein

Rob Carlson

Website Design

Nick Miller

Publication Distribution

Dolores Priest

Contributors

Sarah Castle

Kate Emerson

Kenneth Kung

Samantha Sullivan

Frances Vandal

Feature: Raytheon's Integrated Energy Solutions

Overview: Applying Technologies Critical to National Security 4

Building Tomorrow’s Energy Surety With Today’s Technologies 7

Advanced Chemical Battery Technologies: The Lithium Revolution 9

Power Sources That Last a Century 12

Creating Compact, Reliable and Clean Power With Fuel Cell Technology 15

The Battlefield Game Changer: Portable and Wearable Soldier Power 17

Solar Power: Applying Raytheon‘s Defense Technologies 18

External Combustion Engines for Military Applications 21

The ReGenerator: Alternative Energy for Expeditionary Missions 23

Intelligent Power and Energy Management 25

The Role of Energy Storage in Intelligent Energy Systems 26

Cyber Risk Management in Electric Utility Smart Grids 30

Cybersecurity for Microgrids 32

Standardizing the Smart Grid 34

Raytheon Leaders

Leaders Corner: Q&A With Tom Kennedy 36

Meet a New Raytheon Leader: Luis Izquierdo 38

EYE on Technology

Advanced Vehicle Airframe Innovations Cut Missile Cost and Schedule 40

Dynamic Ontology Creation Techniques: Weapon Smuggling Example 42

Ka-band Cooperative Target ID for the Current Force 43

Special Interest

RF MEMS Development at Raytheon 45

Carbon-Based Electronic Devices Open a New Window to Electronics 47

People

Profiling Raytheon Certified Architects 48

Resources

IPDS 3.4 for Engineers: The Right Way to Start a Program 49

Events

Fellows Meeting: Disruptive Technologies 50

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Editor’s note: Correction: Technology Today,

2010 Issue 2, “Next Generation RF Systems,”

2010 Mission Systems Integration Technology Network Symposium 51

page 44. The reference to the FCC frequency

allocation chart should have been to the United

States National Table of Frequency Allocations.

Figure 1 was taken from the United States Frequency

Allocations: The Radio Spectrum, October 2003,

National Telecommunications and Information

Administration, Department of Commerce, Office

Patents 53

of Spectrum Management. RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGY TODAY 2011 ISSUE 1 3

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InP HEMT

Carbon-Based Electronics

10 mW, 80% PAE, 20 dB Gain

InGaAs PHEMT

NextGen GaN

GaN HEMT

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