Radar Type

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Battle Class Destroyer - "1942" or "Early Battle" Class - Service
... stabilised Dutch "Hazemeyer" mountings with their Radar Type 282 were regarded as unreliable and were replaced by an Admiralty designed Stabilised Tachymetric Anti Aircraft Gun (STAAG) ... The Hazemeyer's Radar Type 282 was metric and operated through a pair of Yagi antennae, and could therefore only supply target range ... The British design utilised the Radar Type 262 centimetric radar with a small spinning dish aerial which gave range and bearing and was capable of "locking on" to a ...
Hács - Wartime Experience
... stabilized HACS IV systems with GRU/GRUB and Type 279 Radar with the Precision Ranging Panel, which gave +/- 25 yd accuracy out to 14,000 yds ... May 1941, HMS Prince of Wales (PoW) went to sea with HACS IVGB, with full radar ranging systems, and no less than 9 AA associated fire control radars four Radar Type ... HMS Prince of Wales demonstrated excellent long range radar directed AA fire during Operation Halberd ...
Bay Class Frigate - Design
... (RPC), controlled by a rangefinder-director Mark V carried on the bridge and fitted with radar Type 285 for range taking ... In addition to the Radar Type 285 fire control set, Radar Type 291 air warning was carried at the head of the topmast in addition to Radar Type 276 (later 293 ...
Nueva Esparta Class Destroyer - Ships - Sensors and EW
... Tipo 1 ... Search, bearing, and range data Active sonar Type 3 ... Search, bearing range data Active sonar Type 3 ... Search, bearing range data Active/passive radar ...

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