fire control radar


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fire control radar

Radar used to provide target information inputs to a weapon fire control system.
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Noun1.fire control radar - naval radar that controls the delivery of fire on a military target
naval radar - naval equipment consisting of a shipboard radar
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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It can detect up to 100 targets simultaneously at a range of up to a 150 nautical miles, and pass cueing data for six targets to the fire control radar.
Selection of the APG-68(V)9 Fire Control Radar by Oman and Iraq reaffirms its value and baseline position for all new F-16 production and F-16 avionics upgrades,' said Tim Winter, Northrop Grumman's vice president for Global Systems Solutions.
Italy's Selex Sistemi Integrati builds several products for the Marina Militare (Italian Navy); supplying the Empar G-band phased array surveillance, tracking and fire control radar for the Cavour aircraft carrier and the Franco-Italian Horizon class air-defence frigates.
Although MDA does not plan to demonstrate the maturity of the technology of the early warning radar in Alaska, which will serve as the primary fire control radar, through its own integrated flight tests, it may be able to do so through the anticipated launch of foreign test missiles.
Endwave proved to be a highly capable and reliable supplier of the Longbow Fire Control Radar (FCR) program," stated Benny Smith, program manager, Comanche FCR, Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control.
Besides fire control radar for the F-16 and F-22 fighters and the Longbow Apache helicopter, the company's Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector, also has produced 460 air traffic control systems for 12 different countries.
Israel could buy new AH-64Ds with the fire control radar, distinguished by a mast-mounted raydome, at a cost of $20 million per unit, and upgrade some of its older AH-64As to the D-standard without the radar for about $5.
Blue Ridge Simulation provides a broad portfolio of high-performance sensor simulation that span from basic weather radar simulators to high-performance Digital Radar Landmass Simulators (DRLMS) for surveillance and fire control radar applications.
Treaty on the risk minimization for the TLVS in the realization of a multi-function fire control radar incl Exciter;:.
It has "phased-array" fire control radar that has the capability to detect six targets simultaneously.
Denying the incidents, the Chinese Defence Ministry said in a statement that the Chinese vessels were conducting normal observation and alerts in each incident, and no fire control radar had been used.
Moreover, one surface-to-air fire control radar and two land-based air

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