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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Lun 14 Nov 2011 - 15:15

le problme,c´est que les pays interessés attendent que les US plongent en premier pour tester l´eau et acheter en masse pour profiter de l´effet FMS,personne ne veut faire le cobaille..

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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Lun 14 Nov 2011 - 15:51

surtout sur un système aussi sensible..

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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Jeu 24 Nov 2011 - 18:00

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le maping radar du Spartan

AN/APN-241 Tactical Transport Radar



he AN/APN-241's capability remains unmatched by the competition as the only radar in the transport class with a high resolution SAR mapping mode. In addition to meeting needs for precision navigation, this unparalleled mapping capability enables operators to execute landing missions with confidence on unimproved runways without aid from ground-based landing systems.

No other radar in the industry can compete with the range and accuracy of the AN/APN-241. It is the only radar with a 10nm range Windshear mode and its unique two-bar can technology eliminates false alarms. And, unlike other systems, the AN/APN-241 windshear mode is not restricted by altitude. At 20 nautical miles, the AN/APN-241 provides the longest range air-to-air situational awareness mode of any transport radar. The Skin Paint mode also features computer generated target-sizing, a clutterfree display, and hands-free operation to the crew.

Simultaneous multifunction capability

The AN/APN-241 is designed to allow pilots to focus on the mission rather than "working" the radar. Automatic tilt and gain adjustments reduce operator tasking, and with simultaneous mode interleaving, crews can select independent radar modes according to mission requirements. The AN/APN-241 provides overlays of flight plan or TCAS information on weather or ground maps for greater situational awareness. Operators may also 'freeze' the AN/APN-241 into a non-emitting mode to gain a tactical advantage.

The AN/APN-241 was built with growth in mind. Modifications to current modes and technologies will provide a maritime patrol capability suitable for fisheries protection, smuggling interdiction, and Search and Rescue missions. With the development of 'Ballistic Wind' mode, a modification which will measure drop zone winds, the AN/APN-241 provides a unique air drop capability to support both military and humanitarian missions.

Proven versatility

The highly adaptable AN/APN-241 is currently fielded on four aircraft: C-130H, C-130J, C-27J and C-295. Northrop Grumman has integrated the AN/APN-241 with five different avionics architectures and two antenna systems. As the baseline radar for the LMCO C-130J and Alenia C-27J, it has a solid, long-term production base with logistics and maintenance support through 2030 and beyond.
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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Lun 28 Nov 2011 - 19:38

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Raytheon enters radar upgrade competition

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Nov. 28 (UPI) -- The Raytheon Advanced Combat Radar System has been entered into South Korea's F-16 radar upgrade competition.

RACR uses active electronically scanned array technology. Raytheon said it pioneered for technology for the U.S. Air Force's F-15C and that it's particularly suited for the F-16.

Radars using AESA gain target acquisition at much greater distances and the simultaneous tracking of more targets than mechanically scanned array.

"Raytheon AESA radars are the only combat proven AESA radars currently in production," said Mark Kula, vice president of Tactical Airborne Systems for Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems.

"They have logged more operational flight hours and have the largest installed customer base of any AESA system in the world."

AESA radar systems also have lower maintenance costs when compared with traditional mechanically scanned array systems, Raytheon said.

"Based on 250,000 operational flights hours, we know that Raytheon AESA radars require roughly 1-10th the maintenance expenditures that traditional mechanical arrays require," said Jim Hvizd, vice president of International Strategy and Business Development for Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems.



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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Mer 14 Mar 2012 - 23:35

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Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems, Linthicum Heights, Md. is being awarded an $87.8 million dollar firm fixed price contract a Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program which will provide an AN/APG- 68 (V) 9 radar systems for the Royal Thai Air Force (6), the Republic of Iraq (22) and the Royal Air Force of Oman (15) for a total of 43 radar systems. The location of the performance is Linthicum Heights, Md. Work is expected to be completed Mar. 31, 2015. ASC/WWMK, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio is the contracting activity (FA8615-12-C-6047).
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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Lun 9 Avr 2012 - 16:02

Plate-forme flottante et mobile accueillant le radar SBX, développé par Raytheon

Longueur : 116 mètres
Hauteur : 85 mètres (de la quille au sommet du radar)
Coût : 900 millions de dollars
Équipage : 75-85 personnes
Portée du radar : information classifiée, probablement 5.000 km pour des missiles ICBM


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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Ven 27 Juil 2012 - 17:04

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Cassidian’s SmartRadar Opens Up New Opportunities in Airborne Ground Surveillance


Cassidian’s SmartRadar. (Image: Cassidian)
Simultaneous wide-area surveillance and detection of stationary and moving targets using automatic real-time tracking

14:30 GMT, July 27, 2012 Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has developed an airborne ground surveillance radar that, through use of the newest ultra-high-resolution radar technology, can monitor wide areas with stationary targets while at the same time detecting and tracking moving targets at great distances. The utilisation of a special modular architecture permits scalability of bandwidth, frequency band and processing performance. Rapid adaptation to new operational requirements through simple, configurable firmware and software together with a variable cooling design make “SmartRadar” (Smart = Scalable Modular Aerospace Radar Technology) suited to a wide range of manned and unmanned platforms.

The novel technological design in conjunction with the innovative and extremely powerful real-time modes has already undergone various successful tests on behalf of the German Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement (BWB). Recently, outstanding reconnaissance results were obtained during airborne testing at Goose Bay, Canada, in June 2012.

“Our SmartRadar offers higher reconnaissance performance in less time than other airborne surveillance radars currently available and can be rapidly adapted to various customer requirements and platforms,” says Elmar Compans, Head of the Sensors & Electronic Warfare unit at Cassidian. “The sensor’s real-time information needed today for protecting our troops and combating possible threats is unsurpassed in its quality and low latency.”

One version of Cassidian’s SmartRadar is integrated into a pod equipped with an autonomous cooling system, making possible immediate adaptation to various mission aircraft.

The high performance of the radar is largely due to state-of-the-art AESA technology (AESA = Active Electronically Scanned Array) which uses a large number of transmitter and receiver (T/R) modules in the antenna. These modules, which are made from special HF-capable materials, are developed and manufactured by Cassidian in its own facility, known as the “Microwave Factory”. Cassidian is the pioneer of this technology in Europe and delivers similar T/R modules for the TerraSAR earth observation satellite, the radars of the German Navy’s new F125-class frigates and the SPEXER 2000 border surveillance radar, among others.
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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Sam 4 Mai 2013 - 12:26

les prospects de TRS
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French-US Venture High Hopes for Radar Prospects
May. 3, 2013 - 05:30PM |
By PIERRE TRAN

PARIS — ThalesRaytheonSystems (TRS) expects sales of digital Ground Master (GM) air defense radars to France to slow, but the French-American joint venture is bullish on prospects elsewhere in Europe and in North Africa, the Middle East and South America, CEO Jack Harrington said.

Sales “may be a little slower,” but France has a large number of old radars that need to be replaced, and the authorities must address the need as the budget allows, Harrington said.

France is clearly a key country customer, as Thales is the French joint venture partner and has invested heavily in the GM detection system.

On Feb. 6, the Direction Générale de l’Armement procurement office purchased a GM 406 radar for the Lyon-Mont Verdun airbase, which followed a Sept. 7 order for a similar unit for the Nice Mont Agel base. France’s first order for the GM 406 was for the Kourou rocket launchpad in French Guiana.

The French forces will plug the new GM radars into the National Air Command and Control System and also into the NATO Air Command and Control System.

TRS is important as it is one of the few if not the only French-American joint venture exclusively in defense, said François Lureau of EuroFLConsulting and France’s former defense procurement chief. Lureau also sat on the TRS board of directors when he was a senior Thales executive.

Regional tension around Syria, Iran and North Korea can only help TRS’ sales prospects as concerns rise.

NATO, drawing on American, German and Dutch forces, sent six Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) batteries to Turkey to protect the member state against potential Scud missile strikes from neighboring Syria. The PAC-3 missiles are plugged into the NATO command and control (C2) system.

The dispatch of the US-built weapon system annoyed European executives, who said the MBDA Aster missile could also have been deployed along the Turkish border.

The Asia-Pacific region is seen as an area for active prospects. NATO also is a potential buyer of the GM, Harrington said.

In North Africa, TRS has sold three radars to Morocco, which is renewing its air control facilities, and there is potential for further sales of 12, 15 or 18 units, a defense expert said.

In South America, TRS has sold four radars to Chile and has a local subsidiary through which it handles technology transfer to build units for the regional market, the expert said.

In the Middle East, the Saudi National Guard has bought 68 multipurpose combat vehicles, which are fitted with the GM 60 radar and armed with MBDA Mistral 2 missiles. The French privately owned Lohr group is prime contractor for the vehicles.

Qatar, meanwhile, is looking to build a missile defense system, and MBDA hopes to sell its Aster weapon, which would be linked to Thales radars, to provide a lower level interception, the expert said.

TRS has sold 34 GM units to nine countries, and the outlook is solid growth in single digits as operators upgrade their radar parks, Harrington said.

“Strong relationships with the US and Europe on a government-to-government basis” are key to those export contracts, he said.

On the United Arab Emirates’ pick of rival Lockheed Martin for an integrated C2 system, dubbed air defense ground environment-tactical, “Until a contract is signed, it is premature to comment, and as far as we are aware, there has been no contract signature,” Harrington said.

However, it is clear that as long as a contract has not been signed, TRS will look for an opening to step in and bid for the UAE deal, and even after a signing, the joint venture will be vigilant for another chance.

TRS continues to beat internal sales targets on its radar business despite an increasingly tough global market. The original business plan for the GM was conservative, Harrington said. “We have overachieved,” he said.

TRS also is supplier for the NATO Air Command and Control System , a massive software project designed to link member states’ national air defense networks to give a common operational picture. The NATO contract is estimated to be worth around €1.48 billion ($1.9 billion).

Belgium, France, Germany and Italy are conducting site-specific testing of ACCS in each nation, after performance tests ran successfully in Belgium at the NATO system test and validation facility. Harrington expects the system to be declared operational “very, very soon.”

The test program, “validated the most critical and demanding system requirements,” TRS wrote in an email.

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MessageSujet: jlens   Ven 9 Aoû 2013 - 20:35

ca pourrait etre un ersatz aux AEW


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MessageSujet: Re: Radars   Mar 11 Mar 2014 - 10:17

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Northrop Grumman G/ATOR System Receives Authorization To Enter Into Low-Rate Initial Production Phase

2014-03-10T06:00:00-0700




BALTIMORE – March 10, 2014

On Jan. 24, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research Development and Acquisition approved the AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) program for Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) at a Department of Defense acquisition event known as Milestone C. Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) is the G/ATOR system prime contractor.

"G/ATOR has demonstrated operational capabilities that will fundamentally change how the Marine Corps detects, tracks and engages a broad range of target sets," said Jeffrey Q. Palombo, vice president and general manager of Northrop Grumman's Land and Self Protection Systems Division. "This radar system joins the proud family of Northrop Grumman offerings for domestic and global customers for medium and long-range ground-based radars for multiple mission requirements. It's the most mature S-Band AESA, air-cooled ground radar system. The benefit of open architecture design and the ability to scale the system technology permits this product line to meet a multitude of ground and ship-based radar missions and capabilities."

Over the past year, the system has been subjected to intense test and environmental conditions, proving the capability of providing excellent situational awareness against a variety of platforms, including fixed wing aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles and unmanned autonomous system platforms.

The Milestone C decision follows last year's successful completion of Developmental Testing, Operational Assessment and a formal Marine Corps Production Readiness Review. To ensure the system was subjected to a broad range of operational conditions, Developmental Testing was conducted in both the littoral environment at the Surface Combat Systems Center at Wallops Island, Va., as well as the desert and mountain environments at the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma, AZ.

Additionally, G/ATOR supported two Weapons and Tactics Instruction (WTI) exercises at Yuma in 2013. WTI is the Marine Corps' largest and most challenging aviation operational exercise. Northrop Grumman's engineering development model of the AN/TPS-80 system also demonstrated its ballistic missile defense capability by successfully detecting multiple rocket launches during company-funded testing.

Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in unmanned systems, cyber, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization to government and commercial customers worldwide. Please visit www.northropgrumman.com for more information.
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