airport surveillance radar


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airport surveillance radar

Radar displaying range and azimuth that is normally employed in a terminal area as an aid to approach- and departure-control.
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The system we're developing brings together our market-leading products to create an advanced, proven airport surveillance radar.
Balad Air Base is scheduled for a significant upgrade in radar equipment, with upgrades such as a new Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR), radar scopes, and radios that will improve upon the aged equipment currently being used.
I make prior arrangements with the Marine Corps Air Station at Yuma (KYUM) for multiple Ground Control Approaches, both Precision Approach Radar (PAR) and Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR).
New ASR-11 Airport Surveillance Radar will replace older-generation analog radars nearing the end of their service life.
The system is designed for both stand-alone operations and integration with Northrop Grumman's ASR-12 airport surveillance radar.
Northrop Grumman's Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector (ES3) and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have agreed terms for the early exercise of a contract option to begin production of a new weather radar detection capability in Northrop Grumman's ASR-9 airport surveillance radar.
The Airport Surveillance Radar model 9 (ASR-9) became overloaded and crashed.
The mobile radar system, three radars in one, includes a mobile airport surveillance radar providing bearing and range information to controllers, a secondary surveillance radar which overlays flight code and altitude data on the controller's screen, and a precision approach radar.
The order is for additional peak power meters to support the Airport Surveillance Radar program.
An S-Band airport surveillance radar with a solid-state centralized transmitter has also been internally developed and produced.
The WSP is a significant enhancement to the Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR-9) system produced by Northrop Grumman's Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector (ES3), headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.
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