Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: CBAAR, a draft by a designer
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CBAAR (sometimes C-BAAR, abbr. from C-Band Active Array Radar) is a low-cost, light-weight, multi-mission, fixed (non-rotating) active phased array shipboard radar system. CBAAR provides surface search, air traffic control, anti-ship missile defense and navigation. It will replace the obsolete and difficult to maintain AN/SPS-67.
The radar system will be mounted in a four-faces configuration. It is designed for small ships, where high performance S and X band arrays are not required. The radar uses an open signal processing hardware and software architecture to conform to other US Navy programs.
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