antiradar

antiradar

(ˌæntɪˈreɪdɑː)
adj
1. military (of a missile or other weapon) designed to destroy radar detection equipment
2. (Military) preventing detection by radar
3. (Military) opposed to the construction or use of military radar bases
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The target node T and its properties are expressed as [x.sub.T] = ([x.sup.T.sub.1], [x.sup.T.sub.2], ..., [x.sup.T.sub.7]), where [x.sup.T.sub.j] (j = 1,2, ..., 7) is the camouflage coefficient, survivability coefficient, maneuvering velocity, warning time, anti-infrared coefficient, antiradar coefficient, and antioptical coefficient, respectively.
According to sources at MBDA, last decade the company held some internal discussions regarding the possible adaptation of its Meteor beyond visual range air-to-air missile for the antiradar mission.
The enemy's air defense operators had long trained to defeat single antiradar missiles, but Saber 01's payload of hundreds of swarming micro air vehicles overwhelms their defenses with a networked mix of inexpensive warheads, sensors, and airframes.
Moreover, it was designed from the outset as a dual-targeted missile, able to strike radar-significant shore targets, and the latest version can also be employed as an antiradar missile.
Apparently, these deals included T-59 tank upgrades, night vision systems, radio systems, electronic warfare systems, air-to-air missiles, Lavi fighter technology, and antiradar assault UAVs.
Munitions such as the Kh-555 air-launched cruise missile, Gran shells and mines with satellite guidance, or frontal aviation's Kh-28 and Kh-58U antiradar missiles were not deployed in theater.
A group of experts from Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, and the United States concluded that one aircraft entering from Russia dropped a Russian-designed KH-58 (NATO designation AS-11 Kilter) antiradar air to surface missile.
Among the most known are the certification of Embraer airplanes, the case of the Osorio tank made by Engesa, the case of satellite orbits, of guidance devices, of spiral antennas and antiradar technology of the channel switches.
Pilots underwent training with the use of three types of missiles, but the antiradar missile was never live-fired in Poland since there was no appropriate range facility to do so.
Apart from the Aegis destroyers, Washington also deferred Taiwan's requests for satellite-guided bombs, antiradar missiles and Apache helicopters.
Follow-on production of the AGM-122B sidearm antiradiation missile, to have been built by Motorola, and of Northrop's AGM-136 Tacit Rainbow antiradar missile (Figure 2) for the Navy and Air Force have been delayed.
These B-52s would be equipped with standoff munitions as well as HARM and Tacit Rainbow antiradar missiles for destroying enemy air defense systems.