The due-regard radar required for the U.S. Navy’s Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton to operate in international airspace will now be installed in the “multi-intelligence” version of the unmanned aircraft planned to become operational in 2020. The active-array radar was planned for the baseline version of Triton, scheduled to become operational in 2018. But supplier Exelis had problems meeting the size, weight and power requirements, so development was paused, says Sean Burke, ...

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