Adding spectral bands to increase intelligence collection is not restricted to surveillance sensors on specialized platforms. Raytheon has added two new bands to the latest DAS-4 version of its Multispectral Targeting System (MTS), a sensor ball used on more than 20 aircraft types, from the General Atomics MQ-1/9 and Sikorsky MH-60 to the Lockheed Martin C-130. DAS-4 makes the MTS’s four cameras high definition (1280 X 720 pixels), covering five spectral bands including longwave and ...

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