Northrop Grumman Plans to Develop the Next Generation Tactical Radar Antenna for the U.S. Army
BALTIMORE, (BM) – Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) has received a contract award from the U.S. Army to develop the next generation tactical radar antenna, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
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The Re-scalable Aperture for Precision Targeting Radar (RAPTR) will be composed of small radar building blocks to allow the antenna to be scaled to fit a wide range of mission and platform requirements.
RAPTR will improve upon the precision and range of the previous, combat-proven Northrop Grumman tactical radar family to provide a greater level of situational understanding to warfighters.
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The system will operate in multiple radar modes, including Synthetic Aperture Radar and Ground Moving Target Indicator, to provide a comprehensive operating picture.
“RAPTR’s building block architecture allows us to scale the antenna up or down to suit a wide range of platforms and missions, so it is well suited to the demands of today’s multi-domain battlespace,” said Brent Toland, vice president, land and avionics C4ISR, Northrop Grumman.
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The system will take advantage of common building blocks, allowing for rapid, cost effective production for a variety of applications.
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Source: Northrop Grumman