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AUSA 2012: RADA looks to increase US footprint

23rd October 2012 - 21:49 GMT | by Tony Skinner in Washington, DC


Israel-based defence electronics contractor RADA Electronic Industries is looking to establish a partnership with a US prime, as it brought its range of radars to AUSA for the first time.

The company showcased its range of tactical land radar systems at the exhibition, which one spokesman described as the first ‘software defined radar’ on the market.

Dov Sella, RADA VP of business development, said the pulse Doppler, multi-mission AESA radars are software defined and can therefore assume numerous operational missions and profiles. 

Sella revealed that the company was speaking to a number of US firms about integrating their systems on

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