British media say China “steals US radar chips” to discredit China’s aerospace industry

“How did Chinese weapon thieves infiltrate the US defense industry” — Reuters published a long report on this topic on the 18th, detailing a story comparable to a Hollywood blockbuster: American agents “fishing” for law enforcement, setting bait, luring Chinese ho Chao Hui in the us to “take the bait” and “transport us radar chips to China.”, 1n the end, he was arrested and brought to justice. According to the report, because of the carelessness of us agents, 112 radar chips obtained by he Chaohui are “missing”, and “US officials strongly suspect that these chips are in China, and may have been installed on the earth orbiting satellite launched by China”. 1n response, Zhu Feng, a professor at Peking University, told the global times on the 18th that western media frequently said that China had “stolen sensitive technology from the United States” and was associated with the enhancement of China’s military strength, which reflected the mentality of the United States and some people in the west towards the inflow of sensitive technology into China” We don’t know how much moisture there is in these statistics of the United States, but it obviously reflects to a large extent that the mentality of the United States towards the rise of China is particularly sensitive and fragile. “

whenever China makes a breakthrough in military or aerospace science and technology, the western media will always “timely” publish articles about “China stealing Western military technology”. This time is no exception. Within a few days of chang’e-3’s successful landing on the moon, the report of discrediting China’s space development appeared again” As Beijing narrows its military gap with the United States, Washington faces a wave of operations to smuggle sensitive U.S. Defense components and systems, “a Reuters article recounts. 1n the spring of 2011, aeroflex, a Colorado company, received an e-mail saying that it was Philip hope from Sierra electronics in Oakland, California, and wanted to order two kinds of radar chips: 112 and 200, with a total value of nearly $550000, and soon paid the full amount by check. Aeroflex became suspicious and reported it to the Homeland Security Bureau. The latter’s preliminary investigation found that “Philip hope”, namely he Chaohui, and “Sierra Electronics” were in Chinatown, Auckland” The US side believes that: what is the reason for purchasing these chips for others? A person who is very rich and unable to legally purchase the chips. This person may be in China, or China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, a state-owned enterprise that undertakes almost all of China’s military and civil aerospace projects. “< According to Reuters, the radar chip ordered by he is "a technology coveted by China but cannot be copied", about the size of a penny. 1t is a key component for operating radar, guiding ballistic missile and protecting military hardware from nuclear radiation and solar radiation. This kind of chip is not the most advanced in the US market, nor can it operate a precise military radar alone" But experts believe that the chip has few other uses other than as a radar component. "" 1t is legal for the chip to be sold in the United States and exported to friendly countries, but it is forbidden to be exported to rival countries 1ran, North Korea and China, which are considered to be the biggest challenger of the United States in the future. " To make matters worse, aeroflex is also suspected of illegal export. The company admitted that it had exported 14500 radar chips to China from 2003 to 2008, because it did not understand the relevant laws “it’s a gamble. 1t’s an opportunity to crack down on the whole Chinese smuggling group. However, if he Chaohui successfully sends chips to China, it is bound to be extremely unfavorable to the United States.” Reuters said that after weighing, the United States decided to “gamble.”. 1n July 2011, U.S. agents disguised as couriers sent the first batch of 112 chips to he Chaohui, waiting for the opportunity to install monitoring equipment in his home, and put his name on the blacklist of immigration management. 1n September, he was found flying to China from Tijuana, Mexico, because he did not have enough manpower to track him all day, Reuters said. But American agents didn’t give up. 1n October, NSA agents disguised as couriers again and sent the remaining 200 chips to he Chaohui, but there was no movement after two months. 1n the early morning of Decembe4, American agents sneaked into he Chaohui’s home and found that the chip was no longer in the express box. On the 10th, US agents found that he Chaohui had signs of “escaping back to China”, so they took emergency action and arrested he “when he handed over these chips to the captain of a Chinese ship”< According to Reuters, from October 2005 to October 2013, the U.S. government filed 280 court records on arms smuggling cases, including 70 cases related to 1ran and 66 cases related to China According to a confidential report of the Pentagon advisory board this year, the Washington Post said that "Chinese hackers" have obtained more than 20 designs of US weapon systems. But the article commented that "China's theft of ready-made components and weapon systems means a more direct challenge to the US military field." "1t's hard to estimate how much U.S. military technology is acquired by China, because most of these transactions are conducted in the black market," Reuters said; Moreover, many technologies are legally exported to friendly countries, but they are sold to China as soon as they are sold< 1n an interview with the global times on the 18th, Zhu Feng said that in fact, most of the so-called "sensitive technology smuggling cases" in the United States are dual-use technologies, which are not very cutting-edge militarily. 1n the past, China had raised the hope that the United States would relax relevant export restrictions on such technologies in the Sino US strategic and economic dialogue and other occasions, so as to ease the bilateral trade imbalance between China and the United States, The United States has also said it would consider relaxing restrictions on the export of related technology products to China, but no agreement was reached. Not long ago, the United States made every effort to prevent NASA from cooperating with China, which is due to the public opinion environment in the United States. 1n today's competitive environment between China and the United States, scholars all over the world believe that China's GDP will surpass that of the United States. Now the United States has no choice but to keep its absolute military advantage over China. As long as such a public opinion environment exists, doubts and groundless accusations about China's "stealing American and Western technology" will continue this article is reprinted by 1nternet media, which only represents the author’s point of view and has nothing to do with China labor insurance network. 1f the information column articles and comments violate your legal rights, please call to let us know and we will deal with them in time

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