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An official ceremony was held on March 26 on Muhu island in Estonia to mark the entry into service of the first Ground Master 400 (GM 400) long-range air defense radar system supplied by Thales Raytheon Systems to the Estonian armed forces.
About ThalesRaytheonSystems ThalesRaytheonSystems is an international company specializing in air defense systems, command and control systems, 3D air defense radars, and battlefield and weapon locating radars.
Presentations at Military Radar include: Military: * Netherlands SMART-L Upgrade: Thales Long-Range Air Defence Radar: led by Lieutenant Commander Ton de Kleijn, Head of Section Sensor Technology, DMO Netherlands Defence Research: * Airborne Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar Technology: led by Dr Stephen Moore, Radar Team Leader, Joint Systems Department, DSTL Industry Leaders: * ASELSAN Family of Air Defense Radars and Technology Building Blocks: led by, Dr Alpay Erdoyan, Manager, Air Defense Radars Programs, Aselsan Speakers will outline the changing requirements and technological progress in semi-conductor materials (GaN, GaAs, Si1−xGex, InP) to advances in data processing.
The Americans calculated there were holes in Iran's air defense radar system and planned to fly through those holes.
In 1999, the Serbs rarely turned on their air defense radars for fear of sure destruction.
The Navy's goal is to develop a computer controlled aircraft capable of performing such missions as attacking enemy air defense radar and weapons systems and providing battlefield surveillance.
The RNoAF's TPQ-36A is the predecessor system to the AN/MPQ-64 Sentinel Air Defense Radar.
Because of the very high cost of purchasing new three-dimensional radars and the fact that these nations had little capital to invest, this radar re-engineering program could provide a reasonable air defense radar coverage for a fraction of that cost for approximately eight to ten years.