Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: RAN-40L
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|instrumented range:||400 km|
|accuracy:||< 50 m; < 0.4°|
|hits per scan:|
|antenna rotation:||6 or 12 rpm|
|MTBCF:||≥ 1500 h|
|MTTR:||≤ 30 min|
The RAN-40L alias MM/SPS-798 (MM stands for Marina Militare, a nomenclature for the Italian Navy, similar to the US-Army/Navy's nomenclature AN/…) is an L-Band 3D Long Range Early Warning Radar with fully solid-state active phased array antenna using monopulse techniques. Radar coverage is obtained by phase-scanning in elevation, while mechanically rotating in azimuth.
RAN-40L can be easily integrated in all Combat Management Systems and it is completely remote accessible.
- Manufacturers Leaflet