Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: Agave
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|instrumented range:||40 NM (≙ 74 km)|
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Agave was operating in X-Band multi-mode radar, with navigation and air combat capabilities, but optimized for guiding the air-to-sea AM39 “Exocet” missiles.
It was used by the light fighter-bomber Fiat G91. In the French aircraft of the type Super Étendard (by Dassault-Breguet, it was replaced by the Anemone radar in 1990.