Coastal radar detects sea and air threats
Terrorism, smuggling and other activities are forcing countries with long coastlines to bolster surveillance capabilities. Coastal radars are effective assets, but many have shortcomings that affect coverage. ITT Electronic Systems of Van Nuys, Calif., has developed a coastal radar that it says broadens coverage, improves sector surveillance, is unaffected by adverse weather conditions, resists electronic countermeasures (ECM) and is interoperable with other radars and command and control ...
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