Category Archives: Naval Radar

Irish Navy Moves Forward With New Radar

The Irish Navy will outfit two vessels with Kelvin Hughes’ SharpEye radar and MantaDigital radars over the next to years, as part of a bid to modernise the radars deployed on several of its vessels. SharpEye is available in both … Continue reading

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In September’s ChainHomeHigh: Indonesia – Terma To Furnish Fatahilah Class

Terma will provide SCANTER-4100 surveillance radars for the first of Indonesia’s ‘Fatahilah’ class corvettes …

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In September’s ChainHomeHigh: Australia – ‘ANZAC’ Class Progress

The latest news regarding the installation of the CEAFAR and CEAMOUNT surveillance and fire control radars onboard the Royal Australian Navy’s ‘ANZAC’ class frigates …

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United States Of America: AN/SPS-48G(V) Update

ITT Exelis has been awarded a contract modification worth $20.2 million covering AN/SPS-48G(V)9 radar upgrade kits. The S-band AN/SPS-48G is an upgraded version of the AN/SPS-48E three-dimensional naval surveillance radar, itself a member of the AN/SPS-48 family of systems which … Continue reading

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In this month’s ChainHomeHigh: New Naval Radar Tenders

India issues tenders for new X-band, three-dimensional naval surveillance radars …

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United Kingdom: Iron Lady

The Royal Navy’s Type-23 ‘Duke’ class frigate HMS Iron Duke has returned to service following an upgrade which has refitted her with BAE Systems’ new Type-997 ARTISAN (Advanced Radar Target Indication Situational Awareness and Navigation) air and sea surveillance radar. … Continue reading

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In this month’s ChainHomeHigh: Eye For The Main Chance

Kelvin Hughes demonstrate SharpEye radar onboard US Navy’s M80 Stiletto testbed.

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