Fire-control AESA designed to retrofit into F-16s without structural, power or cooling modifications.
BALTIMORE—“Customers are looking for revolutionary enhancements” to their F-16 radars, at affordable upfront and life-cycle costs, which is part of the reason Northrop Grumman has created the Scalable Agile Beam Radar (SABR), said Arlene Camp, director of advanced F-16 systems for Northrop Grumman. This active electronically scanned array (AESA), derived from the F-35 APG-81 and F-22 APG-77 radars, should fit into new and existing F-16s without any structural, power or cooling ...
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