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Technology Transfer. Volume 2. April 1992.
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE
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Perceiving the nations future in light of global requirements, and foreseeing that our economic and military securities will depend on technology-driven research, Lincoln Laboratory continues to support high-risk technologies of both defense and commercial value. Research and development in the areas of air traffic control, communications, computer hardware and software, laser technology, medical technology, optics, radar, signal processing, and solid state, which are illustrated in this edition of Technology Transfer, demonstrate the Laboratorys endeavors in transferring federally sponsored technologies to the civilian sector.
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