Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: Theia 16A radar at East Midlands Airport (IATA-Code: EMA, ICAO-Code: EGNX)
|Theia 16A||Theia 64A||Theia 384A|
|frequency:||1.25 GHz (L-Band)|
|pulse repetition time (PRT):|
|pulse repetition frequency (PRF):|
|instrumented range:||5 NM
(≙ 9 km)
(≙ 37 km)
(≙ 148 km)
|hits per scan:|
The Theia is an operating in L-Band 3D surveillance radar family, specially designed for wind farm mitigation and for air traffic control. It provides a clutter-free picture to the operator including a real-time 3D target position.
Theia 16A and Theia 64A use a single antenna array with a 90° search sector. They differ in the transmission power and the achievable range. Theia 384A uses several antenna arrays that are arranged in a circle and thus enable a 360° search.