RADA announces Asian military order
The systems will provide the customer advanced aerial surveillance capabilities for the detection of unmanned aerial vehicle air defence.
The solution is based around the MHR radar platform, an S-Band, software-defined, pulse-doppler, active electronically scanned array radar. It uses sophisticated beam forming and advanced signal processing to provide multiple missions on each radar platform. The compact and mobile system provides surveillance for force and border protection applications.
RADA’s RPS-42 radar systems were selected in a competitive evaluation process. Deliveries will be complete by mid 2017.
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