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The upgrade consists of the Grifo F-BR radar, throttle-and-stick (HOTAS) cockpit controls, three multifunction displays, extra weapons capabilities, a radar warning receiver, and an electronic countermeasures suite.
About the APG-79 AESA radar, ALR-67(V)3 radar warning receiver and ATFLIR pod Raytheon fielded the world's first operational AESA radar in 2000 and is the only manufacturer with combat-proven AESAs in production for tactical aircraft today.
Riggs AN/APR-39A/B(V)2 Radar Warning Receiver Integrated Product Team Lead Naval Air Systems Command Headquarters/Program Executive Office for Tactical Aircraft, PMA 272 (Advanced Tactical Aircraft Protection Systems Program Office) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] What does your job entail?
The handbook looks at the following: Airborne Systems: * 63 ELINT/COMINT * 18 IR Jammers * 6 Laser Warning Receivers * 18 Missile Launch Detectors & Approach Warners * 51 Radio Frequency Jammers * 69 Radar Warning Receivers * 7 Laser Warning Receivers * 32 Integrated Self Protection Systems Ground Systems: * 19 Self-Protection Systems Naval Systems: * 45 FR, IR & Acoustic Decoys * 107ESM & Jammers Radar Systems: * 97 Airborne Surveillance * 65 Airborne Fire Control * 138 Ground Based Air Defence * 108 Tactical Battlefield Systems * 70 Surveillance Shipboard Fire Control For more information visit http://www.
com/prnh/20110619/NE22069 ) "Raytheon's ALR-69A digital radar warning receiver will provide the KC-46 tanker with greater situational awareness that will result in significant increased aircrew survivability," said Maureen Dougherty, Boeing KC-46 vice president and program manager.
In addition, the Super Hornet's new IDECM suite, including the latest radar warning receiver, extra chaff and flares, towed missile decoys and radar jammers, gave the pilots enhanced confidence to operate deep into the heart of Iraq's air defense systems.
Phase Two's real-time signal processing software, software laboratories and threat file processing are used to develop and test electronic warfare systems, including the AN/ALR-67 radar warning receiver suite in use on several US military combat aircraft.
BAE Systems will develop a new radar warning receiver prototype that can identify radio frequency and communications activity in real time.