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The system receives surveillance data from many different sources, including the over-the-horizon radar system, civil and military air traffic agencies, and military surveillance radars.
The Aqua Marine provides detection of over-the-horizon radars, instantaneous 360[degrees] direction finding, automatic emitter identification, library generation and editing, fast threat warning and a host of other features.
RLM's primary focus is the ongoing maintenance, support and enhancement of the Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN), a wide-area surveillance over-the-horizon radar network which provides the means to detect ships and aircraft up to 3000km from the Australian coast.
For Sale Cheap: Oddly shaped office building, complete with 8-foot-high chain link security fence, razor wire, video surveillance, space for vast over-the-horizon radar equipment to track incoming missiles and separate 10-car garage.
It has no radar command and control aircraft, satellite surveillance, or over-the-horizon radar, which limits its ability to monitor Canadian territory.
employs Relocatable Over-the-Horizon Radar (ROTHR) systems in Texas, Virginia, and Puerto Rico to provide wide-area detection and surveillance of air targets throughout the region.
Both types of awareness can be achieved by various means, including space-based national sensors, maritime patrol aircraft (MPA), unmanned aerial vehicles, shore-based over-the-horizon radars, all-source intelligence, data links between netted forces, and shipboard sensors such as air- and surface-search radars and passive electronic surveillance systems.
On a smaller scale, the Wisconsin and Michigan-based PAVE PAWS, the largest over-the-horizon radars in the U.