Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: AN/APQ-120
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|instrumented range:||50 NM (≙ 93 km)|
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AN/APQ-120 was operating in X-Band fully solid-state fire-control radar used in McDonnell Douglas F-4D/E/F/G “Phantom”. It was a pulse-Doppler radar and was developed by Westinghouse in 1967. The multi-mission radar provided the pilot and weapon systems officer target and fire control information on duel cockpit displays for both aerial combat and ground target missions.
The radar was replaced by AN/APG-66, or AN/APQ-172.