Commercially Available Low Probability of Intercept Radars and Non-Cooperative ELINT Receiver Capabilities
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This report is divided into two sections. Section One profiles a range of Low Probability of Intercept radars organized by function that are currently marketed to be commercially available. Included are naval navigation and surveillance radar systems, ground surveillance radar systems, radar motion detector sensor chips, and modular radar systems developed for use in training and research applications. The profile for each radar system includes a picture, description of the radar system’s major features and applications, and a table of unclassified technical parameters. Most of the systems included are low power systems that operate using frequency modulated continuous wave waveforms, although several also include frequency shift keying capabilities. Section Two of this report presents modern ES/ELINT systems and their sensitivities. It is organized based on the platforms these systems are deployed on, including airborne, submarine/surface ship and ground mobile systems. The profile for each system includes a picture, description of the system’s major features and applications and a table of technical available parameters.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-EC-14-003
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