Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: GEM Elettronica LPI-2000 Radar
|pulse repetition time (PRT):|
|pulse repetition frequency (PRF):||350 to 2500 Hz|
|pulsewidth (τ):||0.05 to 93 μs|
|peak power:||50 W or 100 W|
|average power:||9,5 W (pulsed),|
down to 0,25 W (FMCW)
|range resolution:||15 … 30 m|
|beamwidth:||1.2°, 1.05°, 0.85°, or 0.65°|
|hits per scan:|
|antenna rotation:||22 rpm. (IMO mode),|
11 rpm (SEARCH mode)
LPI-2000 is the designation for an X-Band Low-Probability of Intercept radar of the Italian company GEM Electtronica. It is a primarily pulsed radar but it ca reduce its transmitted power down to an FMCW-level, that make it difficult to detect. It features fully coherent solid-state technology, low and medium range high-resolution, ESM compatibility, sector blanking, and a rugged console. The LPI-2000 utilizes a linear and nonlinear chirp FMCW waveform. The radarsignalprocessor implements digital pulse compression and frequency sampling.
The LPI-2000 is in use e.g. in the Turkish navy.
- Advertising flyer from the manufacturer: LPI-2000 RADAR SENSOR