Total Production: 41
Derived from: TRML-3D
Also Known As: TRS-3D/16 ES (version optimized for the littoral environment)
Description: The TRS-3D is a multimode, C-band, ship-mounted, air and sea surveillance and target acquisition radar available in different configurations. It performs automatically detection and tracking of both surface and airborne fast moving targets serving as stand-alone radar and can be netted with other sensors. It is especially designed to fit into corvette-sized ships, nevertheless it can be provided for larger ships such as frigates, for example German F122. Thanks to advanced signal processing, the TRS-3D radar can detect guided missiles, high-speed patrol boats and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) under extreme weather conditions.
More than 40 radar sets have been sold. To date, the navies of the United States of America, Germany, Finland, Spain, Malaysia and Denmark have selected the TRS-3D radar system. TRS-3D will be provided to next generation of fighting ships such as the German K130 class corvettes. The German F122 frigates also operate the same radar system. As of June 2005, the Norwegian Coast Guard is the last known customer for the TRS-3D naval radar system.
In October 2004, Lockheed-Martin and EADS signed an important agreement for the integration of the TRS-3D naval radar system on the US Navy LCS and the US Coast Guard WMSL ships. TRS-3D will provide sea and air surveillance and weapon assignment to LCS ships. WMSL ships will get air search from the same radar system. This agreement included two radars for the LCS program, two more for Deepwater program (one to be installed on the first WMSL and the other one for the land-based test site of Deepwater program) and options on three additional radar systems.
On 3 June 2005, the Norwegian Coast Guard selected EADS TRS-3D radar system to improve surveillance of Norwegian waters and to guide helicopters safely in extreme weather conditions. The order was valued at several ten million Euros for four radar sets and MSSR 2000I IFF (Identification Friend or Foe) radar systems to be integrated into Svalbard-class vessels.
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