Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: The robust antenna of the ATCR-44 doesn't need a radome.
|frequency:||1240 – 1355 MHz (L-Band)|
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|instrumented range:||up to 220 NM (≙ 410 km)|
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|antenna rotation:||5 or 12 rpm|
ATCR-44S (Air Traffic Control Radar) is an L-band Air Traffic Control Radar. It provides superior surveillance on long-range-range and en-route applications, as well as to provide optimum performance at lower ranges, namely extended TMA applications. Designed to comply with the international standards for Primary Surveillance Radar (PSR) systems and to guarantee a high degree of maintainability, ATCR-44S also meets the requirements issued by ICAO and EUROCONTROL in terms of functional and performance characteristics. The ATCR-44S radar provides enhanced processing capabilities and extended performance monitoring in order to support 24 hours operations. Monitor and control activities can be performed from local or remote stations with user-friendly operator’s interface. High operational flexibility and system availability are also guaranteed through cutting edge technological choices.
Picture gallery of ATCR-44S
- The characterizing letter “S” stands for “Solid-state Transmitter” (older Versions “M” for Magnetron Transmitter, and “K” for Klystron Amplifier)