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AN/SPY-1D  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1991
Total Production: 109
Unitary Cost: USD$12 million
Also Known As: AN/SPY-1D(V)
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-1E 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-1D radar antenna is a derivative of proven SPY-1B installed aboard latest Ticonderoga cruisers. SPY-1D has been tailored for destroyer-sized ship. SPY-1Ds are installed aboard DDG 51-class destroyers, Kongo-class Japanese destroyers, F100-class Spanish frigates, and Korean KDX-class destroyers.
The upgraded SPY-1D(V) is being installed on DDG 51 Flight IIA ships and has been optimized against low-altitude, reduced radar cross section targets in heavy clutter and electronic countermeasures environments. It will be available in 2003 and is also known as the Littoral Warfare Radar.
On 12 July 2006, Raytheon made public that was awarded a $73 million contract for the advanced procurement of AN/SPY-1D(V) radar antennas for the first three Australian Air Warfare Destroyers (AWDs). The contract also included system transmitters, associated hardware and spares.

AN/SPY-1D Applications


Destroyers & Cruisers Atago DDG 51 Flight I DDG 51 Flight II DDG 51 Flight IIA Hobart KDX-III Kongo Frigates F100 Alvaro de Bazan Ship Air Defense Systems AEGIS

AN/SPY-1D News

There are 15 news between
3 Apr 2003 and 4 Oct 2013
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Friday, October 4, 2013Aegis BMD 4.0 System Completes Successful Intercept Flight Test
Tuesday, September 10, 2013MDA Carries Out Missile Defense Test Successfully against Multiple Targets
Monday, June 3, 2013US Navy Awards Multiyear Procurement Contract for Nine DDG 51 Destroyers
Monday, December 10, 2012FMS: Japan Wants Upgraded Aegis for Atago-Class Destroyers
Thursday, April 14, 2011US Navy's Aegis BMD Engages Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile for the First Time
Wednesday, November 17, 2010Raytheon Awarded Contract for Aegis Production
Monday, December 22, 2008Aegis Destroyer Sejong the Great Commissioned by the Republic of Korea Navy
Tuesday, November 6, 2007AEGIS BMD Successfully Destroys Two Ballistic Missiles During Test
Tuesday, August 7, 2007Lockheed Martin to Provide AEGIS BMD to Japanese Destroyer JDS Chokai
Monday, June 18, 2007Joint Exercise Demonstrates US Navy, Spanish and Norwegian AEGIS Weapon System Readiness

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