Cassidian introduces improved TRS-4 D naval radar

15 September 2011 (Last Updated September 15th, 2011 18:30)

Cassidian has introduced a new generation of TRS-4D naval radars with improved operational capabilities for surveillance and threat detection. The TRS-4D is an electronic beam scanning (E-Scan) shipborne radar and is designed to detect movements on the sea and in the air with precision.<

Cassidian has introduced a new generation of TRS-4D naval radars with improved operational capabilities for surveillance and threat detection.

The TRS-4D is an electronic beam scanning (E-Scan) shipborne radar and is designed to detect movements on the sea and in the air with precision.

The new radar is equipped with a rotating antenna that is based on the active electronically scanning array (AESA) technology and leverages simultaneous multiple beams for increased detection capability and overlaid mechanical and electronic scanning.

The high detection performance of the radar is derived from numerous Cassidian's transmit and receive modules, which are based on the GalliumNitride (GaN) technology.

The company is also developing a non-rotating variant of TRS-4D with four fixed array panels for the German Navy's new F125 frigates.