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The NAVGUARD features a digital phased-array radar based Missile Approach Warning System (MAWS), which automatically detects, classifies and verifies incoming threats, and consequently triggers the ships self defense systems.
The IAI-Elta EL/M-2160 Missile Approach Warning System employs a pulse-Doppler sensor to detect and track incoming threats.
The system can operate with most types of Missile Approach Warning Systems (MAWS) and can be integrated into Defensive Aids Sub Systems (DASS).
Joyce-Loebl has also won an "enabling contract" worth up to pounds 1m a year to supply commercial radio equipment to the Ministry of Defence, and a pounds 750,000 extension to a contract to refurbish the RAF and Royal Navy's Missile Approach Warning system.
Most make use of a classic Missile Approach Warning System (Maws) linked to chaff and flare dispensers.
Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE: NOC) AN/AAR-54(V) passive missile approach warning system has been selected by Germany's Ministry of Defense for C-160 transport aircraft applications.
part of Thomson-CSF Racal, have teamed as industrial partners for the United Kingdom Fast Jet Missile Approach Warning System (MAWS) program.
These orders mark the first contract with Germany for Sb s MAW-300 missile approach warning system.