The U.S. Navy has disclosed a new feature added to a secretive radar designed for the P-8A fleet that allows the sensor a full field of view unobstructed by the aircraft’s engines. The Raytheon Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS) integrates a radar with ground moving target indication and synthetic aperture radar modes to the P-8A’s passel of onboard sensors, serving a function similar to the APY-7 radar on the Air Force’s E-8C J-Stars. The AAS replaces the Raytheon APS-149 ...

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