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tracking radar

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(Aeronautics) a radar system emitting a narrow beam which oscillates about the target, thus compensating for abrupt changes of direction
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Remotely operated and network-capable, the system can receive and process target data from both 2D and 3D search radars and is equipped with tracking sensors such as an X-band tracking radar as well as electro-optical sensors and electronic warfare components, according to Rheinmetall.
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Bids to develop the Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept on Target (PATRIOT) air defense missile systems were submitted through the internet, with a total of five bids received.
The contract modifies the W31P4Q-19-C-0011 for incidental services, hardware, facilities, equipment, and all technical, planning, management, manufacturing and testing efforts to produce Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept on Target Advanced Capability-3 missiles.
Raytheon was awarded a $102.54M fixed-price-incentive domestic and foreign military sales contract for the phased array tracking radar to intercept of target digital sidelobe canceller and peripheral electronics assembly box modification kits and initial spares production.
Japan keeps calling for Korea's apology, although Korea has clarified that its warship never used tracking radar against the plane.
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"The activation allowed Israel's warplanes to test how the S-300's lock-on system works, gathering data on its powerful tracking radar and how it might be blinded or bluffed."
The Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept on Target system, more commonly known as Patriot, which was designed in 1969 and has been in service since 1981, is increasingly showing itself to be incapable of responding to growing missile threats.
The commissioning of the indigenously developed Multi-Object Tracking Radar (MOTR) in March this year was a proud moment for India.