AN/SPY-1E  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2006
Total Production: ?
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Lockheed Martin
Parent System: AN/SPY-1
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1983
Total Production: 141
Family Members: AN/SPY-1A, AN/SPY-1B, AN/SPY-1D and AN/SPY-1F
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Description: The AN/SPY-1 radar system is the primary air and surface radar for the AEGIS weapon system. It is a multifunction phased-array radar capable of search, automatic detection, transition to track, tracking of air and surface targets, and missile engagement support. Typically each AEGIS-equipped ship has 4 SPY-1 radar antennas continuously covering 360-degree and providing a search and tracking capability for hundreds of targets at the same time.

The SPY-1 also provides fire control capability, rapid transition from silent to full radiate mode, fast reaction semi-automatic system in less than10 seconds, high rate of fire (less than 2 seconds per launcher), illumination required only for a short period of time prior intercept, and other minor capabilities. The SPY-1 radar system also has some weakness such as false targets from land clutter, re-engage no possible, antenna height lower than other radar systems resulting in reduced radar horizon, and target engagements must be carried out by the SPY-1 radar unless equipped with Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC).

The SPY-1 radar system was developed in the 1970s. The SPY-1E is being developed to meet the US Navy requirements for a radar system against ballistic missiles. The S-band, long-range SPY-1E radar system will improve current anti-air warfare capabilities associated with the SPY-1D. The new SPY-1 version will be available in 2006.

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