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Unitary Cost: USD$12 million
Origin: Germany
Corporations: Airbus Group
Parent System: TRML-3D
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Family Members: TRMS-3D
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Description: The TRML-3D is a medium range, modular, highly reliable, countermeasures-resistant, 3D, C-band, self-contained, mobile radar system. It comprises a remote controlled sensor mounted on a truck along with an integrated secondary radar system and a control shelter which can be deployed 300 meters away from the radar vehicle. The control shelter/vehicle contains the operator workstations.

The TRML-3D has been developed to be integrated in short and medium range air defense systems or operating in stand alone mode. It is intended for rapid reaction forces thanks to its rapid deployment features and is fully compatible with other surveillance radar systems and operation centers.

The main radar system is a surveillance and target acquisition fully-coherent, multimode phased array capable of detecting and tracking small-size, fast and low flying aircraft and missiles. Scanning is performed by a high precision computer-controlled pencil beam and each stationary unit can share information with two neighboring radars. The radar range is greater than 200 kilometers and the scan time is between 2 to 15 seconds.

In 2001, the Air Force of Lithuania ordered three TRML-3D Surveillance and Target Acquisition Radar Systems to be delivered between July and August 2004. This purchase was aimed at providing Lithuania with air surveillance capabilities meeting NATO standards.

The Netherlands placed an order for three TRML-3D mobile tactical surveillance and target acquisition radar units in March 2005. The order, which also included a communications vehicle, was a part of a contract awarded to EADS in support of the Future Ground Based Air Defense (FGBAD) system intended for the Dutch Army. TRML-3D and the communications vehicle were outfitted with a wireless LAN and a standard NATO datalink to ensure interoperability of Dutch forces with NATO partners in out-of-area operations. This move was secondly aimed at upgrading the air surveillance network operated by the Netherlands.

The Ministry of Defense of Malaysia signed a letter of acceptance with EADS for the purchase of two TRML-3D mobile radar system to meet the defense artillery local warning radar requirement. The agreement was valued at 20 million Euro and included options for eight more systems with a decision to be taken during 2006. Radar deliveries were scheduled for delivery to Malaysia in early 2008.

TRML-3D Applications

Sensor Systems TRS-3D

TRML-3D Specifications

Crew: 2
Wheel Drive: 8x8
Max Range: 200 kilometer (124 mile)
SetUp Time: 10 minute
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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TRML-3D News

There are 5 news between
10 Mar 2005 and 4 Dec 2012
Tuesday, December 4, 2012Oman Carries Out First Operational Firing of Ground-Based VL Mica Air Defense System
Wednesday, August 8, 2007TRML-3D Demonstrates Network-Centric Capable during NATO Exercise
Wednesday, December 6, 2006Netherlands Awards Final Contract for FGBAD NL
Tuesday, December 6, 2005TRML-3D Mobile Radar System Sold to Malaysia
Thursday, March 10, 2005The Netherlands Selects EADS for Future Ground Based Air Defense

Operators & Related Equipment

Three radar systems ordered in October 2004 and two more TRML-3Ds ordered in December 2006 as part of FGBAD NL air defense system.
Radar system used on ground-based VL Mica air defense system

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