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Origin: France
Corporations: Thales
Parent System: RDY-3
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Description: The Thales RDY-3 is a cost-effective, day/night, all-weather, airborne multi-role fire control radar delivering long-range targeting and firing and simultaneous multi-shoot capabilities. It features low false alarm rate, advanced ECCM, COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) components, ease of maintenance and low life cycle cost. The DRY-3 radar modular architecture consists of four line replaceable units (LRUs): antenna unit, processing unit, transmitter, and exciter/receiver. Its built-in functions include target simulation, training and maintenance backed up by a radar test bench. The RDY-3 radar is available with different antenna sizes for modernization of light and medium multi-role fighters such as the Mirage V, Mirage F1, Mirage 2000, Mig-29 and LCA/Tejas.

The RDY-3 provides air-to-air mode has been designed for reduced pilot workload delivering search domain management and highest priority targets ranking and sorting with better situational awareness. The radar also supports multiple simultaneous aerial targets tracking and shooting, IFF interrogator, and look-up and look-down detection. The air-to-surface mode encompasses navigation, surveillance, target acquisition and very low altitude penetration with enhanced terrain avoidance. The RDY-3 radar also provides high resolution SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) imagery and moving target indication (MTI) and tracking. In the air-to-sea mode, the RDY-3 radar can engage multiple targets simultaneously, target's RCS (Radar Cross Section) assessment and, optionally, deliver ISAR (Inverse SAR) imagery.

RDY-3 Specifications

Power Consumption: 3.50 kW
Weight: 120 kilogram (265 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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