1st Deliveries of IAI Multi Function Surveillance & Threat Alert Radar
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1st Deliveries of IAI Multi Function Surveillance & Threat Alert Radar

  • The MF- STAR is an advanced all-weather, day/night radar capable of performing various missions simultaneously
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) delivered it's first multi function surveillance and threat alert radar (MF- STAR) to a foreign customer. IAI will display a 1:2 scale MF- STAR model at the 22nd International Naval Defense & Maritime Exhibition and Conference, EURONAVAL 2010, October 25 to October 29, 2010 in Paris, France (Booth C24).

The MF- STAR is an advanced all-weather, day/night radar capable of performing various missions simultaneously such as multiple target tracking and identification, defense munitions guidance, and more. It provides a 360o defense against a wide variety of airborne platforms and munitions.
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The MF-STAR, developed by ELTA Systems Ltd. d an IAI group and subsidiary, is the first fully digital operational naval AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) in the world. Fiber optic cables replaced the waveguide and coax cables which substantially reduced its weight so it can be installed onboard small frigates or corvettes. MF-STAR can create multiple simultaneous beams in different directions. The technology of the radar array electronics is implemented in tiles laid in parallel to the array thus providing significantly reduced antenna weight.

Nissim Hadas, IAI Corporate Vice President and President of ELTA, said: "ELTA has a great reputation producing maritime radar systems for diverse applications. We supply our customers with high quality, cutting edge technology, so their needs are fully satisfied and the challenges they face in different arenas, are answered."

Source : Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.

Published on ASDNews: Oct 27, 2010

 

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