Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: ANGD in the French Mont-de-Marsan Air Base
Figure 1: ANGD in the French
Mont-de-Marsan Air Base
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|instrumented range:||100 km|
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|antenna rotation:||12 min⁻¹|
ANGD (ALADIN Nouvelle Génération Durci, Aladin new hardened generation) is operating in the S-Band mobile military tactical surveillance radar. It is used for the protection of sensitive facilities and can detect even the smallest drones.
It was developed around 1991 and replaced the TRS 2100 (Aladin) from the 1970s in the French Air Force.