With electronic arrays the flavor of the month, Eurofighter moves to add an AESA to its menu
Ensuring that an AESA radar remains on track in its domestic constituency is a key element of sustaining Eurofighter Typhoon campaigns in crucial export markets, including India and Japan. A full-scale program to develop an active, electronically scanned array (AESA) for the Typhoon is about to be launched by the partners—Britain, Germany, Italy and Spain. The Eurofighter consortium has been in discussions for some time with the four governments regarding a potential contract for ...
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