Tracking Radar

Some articles on radar, tracking radar, radars:

AN/FPS-17 - Aftermath
... The Diyarbakir space surveillance site operated a detection radar (FPS-17) and a tracking radar (FPS-79) throughout the 1960s and 1970s ... If a new space object is sensed by the detection radar's fans, then the tracking radar can be oriented to achieve lockon ... Furthermore, the director of the radar may make a decision that the unknown object detected is not of interest (because of the location of the FPS-17 fan ...
United States Space Surveillance Network - Shemya and Diyarbakir Radar Sites
... AN/FPS-17 and AN/FPS-80 radars placed at Shemya in the 1960s to track Soviet missile tests and to support the Air Force Spacetrack System ... Designated as the AN/FPS-108, Cobra Dane replaced AN/FPS-17 and AN/FPS-80 radars ... This large, single-faced, phased-array radar was the most powerful ever built ...
List Of Radars - India - Military - Land-based and Airborne
... Swordfish Long Range Tracking Radar INDRA series of 2D radars, low level radar to search and track low flying cruise missiles, helicopters and aircraft for the Indian Army This is a phased array radar with swift ... BFSR-SR 2D short range battlefield surveillance radar for the Indian Army ... Rajendra Radar 3D medium range fire control radar for Akash SAM ...

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