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Lockheed Martin Introduces Next-Generation Radar Technology 2015.11.21

Syracuse, N.Y., USA - November 17, 2015 - After years of investment in state-of-the-art technology, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) announced its next generation radar technology: the Digital Array Row Transceiver (DART). Based on the use of Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology, DART results in greater performance within current Lockheed Martin radar products and lowers life-cycle costs due to an increase in energy efficiency. GaN is a low-risk solution whether part of a systems upgrade or in a newly built system. DART improves upon Lockheed Martin's ground-based radar products that have a proven record of reliability for dozens of customers around the world. This new technology is available in the recently launched TPS-77 Multi Role Radar system and is fully compatible with legacy products (TPS-77, TPS-59, FPS-117) and can help extend a radar's useful life.

TPS-77 Air Surveillance Radar
Transportable version of the FPS-117, the radar can be configured for C-130, C-17, truck, rail or helicopter transport.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 

Syracuse, N.Y., USA - November 17, 2015

• Digital Array Row Transceiver (DART) provides greater performance thanks to improved reliability and increased efficiency

After years of investment in state-of-the-art technology, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) announced its next generation radar technology: the Digital Array Row Transceiver (DART).

Based on the use of Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology, DART results in greater performance within current Lockheed Martin radar products and lowers life-cycle costs due to an increase in energy efficiency.

GaN is a low-risk solution whether part of a systems upgrade or in a newly built system.

TPS-77 Air Surveillance Radar
The characteristics of the TPS-77 radar allow it to reduce the effects of complex clutter environments, such as those generated by wind farms.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
DART improves upon Lockheed Martin’s ground-based radar products that have a proven record of reliability for dozens of customers around the world.

This new technology is available in the recently launched TPS-77 Multi Role Radar system and is fully compatible with legacy products (TPS-77, TPS-59, FPS-117) and can help extend a radar’s useful life.

TPS-77 Air Surveillance Radar
Transportable version of the FPS-117, the radar can be configured for C-130, C-17, truck, rail or helicopter transport.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
“This technology is based in part on feedback we have received from customers with whom we’ve developed strong partnerships with over decades,”
says Mark Mekker, Lockheed Martin director, surveillance radar.
“We are excited to offer this enhanced technology to all our ground-based radar customers.”

TPS-77 MMR Multi-Role Radar
Designed for ultra-low power consumption and is the most transportable version of the TPS-77 product line.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
In that customer-service spirit, Lockheed Martin unveiled DART at its regular radar users’ conference in Orlando, Florida.

Representatives from more than 25 countries attended the unique event where they learned from Lockheed Martin experts and shared best practices.

TPS-77 Air Surveillance Radar
Transportable version of the FPS-117, the radar can be configured for C-130, C-17, truck, rail or helicopter transport.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
Lockheed Martin has produced and maintains more than 175 surveillance-range radars, all of which are operational around the world detecting targets at ranges up to 250 miles, 24 hours a day.

These radars are capable of operating completely unmanned and many have performed for decades in remote, inhospitable areas and in a wide range of operational environments.

TPS-59
Proven in live fire tests, it is the world’s most capable long-range radar for tactical ballistic missile detection, tracking and classification.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
No Lockheed Martin FPS-117, TPS-77 or TPS-59 radar has ever been taken out of service and the systems continue to operate well beyond their original 20-year service lives
(many planned to operate for more than 40 years).

This longevity is a direct result of continuous Lockheed Martin investment in state-of-the-art technology and dedication to customer success.

For additional information, visit our website:
www.lockheedmartin.com/gbas  


TPS-59
Proven in live fire tests, it is the world’s most capable long-range radar for tactical ballistic missile detection, tracking and classification.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 

Ground-Based Air Surveillance Radars

Multi-mission capable and able to simultaneously detect ultra-low to high altitude targets as part of its normal surveillance mission, Lockheed Martin’s long-range radars set the industry standard for ground-based air surveillance.

FPS-117
Dual-use air traffic control/air defense solution and proven in more locations around the world than any other radar in its class.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
With more than 60 years of experience developing and delivering ground-based radar solutions to our customers, our high-performing, high-reliability, solid state radar systems specialize in early warning, situational awareness and tactical ballistic missile surveillance and defense.

FPS-117
Dual-use air traffic control/air defense solution and proven in more locations around the world than any other radar in its class.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
Our radars are designed with significant commonality and fully integrated SSR systems.

They can operate in all environments and are deployed worldwide.


AN/TPS-59

Developed for the U.S. Marine Corps to provide a mobile long-range surveillance radar capability. It is recognized as the world’s most capable long-range ground-based radar for tactical ballistic missile defense with proven performance during live fire tests.


AN/FPS-117

Developed for the U.S. Air Force, it provides long-range surveillance capability to the minimally attended Distant Early Warning line in Alaska and Canada.

FPS-117
Dual-use air traffic control/air defense solution and proven in more locations around the world than any other radar in its class.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
It is the most capable dual-use air traffic monitoring and air defense radar available and has been proven in more locations around the world than any other radar in its class.


AN/TPS-77

Designed to be a multi-mission radar, the TPS-77 incorporates the best TPS-59 and FPS-117 features to create an economical, high performing radar that can be transported via C-130, C-17, truck, rail or helicopter.


AN/TPS-77 MRR

The Multi-Role Radar (TPS-77 MRR) is designed for ultra-low power consumption and is the most transportable version of Lockheed Martin’s successful TPS-77 product line.

This high-performing radar can be truck mounted or easily transported via C-130, truck, rail or helicopter.

Lockheed Martin’s new Digital Array Row Transceiver (DART) is a combined transmit and receive LRU with Gallium Nitride (GaN) T/R modules.
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin
 

Upgrades, Maintenance and Services for TPS-77, AN/FPS-117 and TPS-59 Long-Range Air Surveillance Radars

The open architecture and continuous production of our radar systems has allowed for investment in the development of obsolescence replacements and enhancements, allowing our customers to extend the life of their systems far beyond the original designed life expectancy.


The Multi-Role Radar (TPS-77 MRR) is designed for ultra-low power consumption and is the most transportable version of Lockheed Martin’s successful TPS-77 product line.
This high-performing radar will be truck mounted for operation at unprepared sites and can be dismounted for use at fixed sites.
The Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Latvia and Lockheed Martin signed a contract for three TPS-77 Multi-Role Radars (MRR) for use in air surveillance and to complement radar assets already in place. October 05, 2015.
Rendering courtesy Lockheed Martin
 
It’s why Lockheed Martin ground-based air surveillance radars are the choice of more than 30 nations on six continents.


About Lockheed Martin


 
 
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that – with the addition of Sikorsky – employs approximately 126,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.


Media Contact

Melissa Chadwick

+1 202-740-5997
melissa.a.chadwick@lmco.com  


Source: Lockheed Martin

http://www.lockheedmartin.com/  



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Lockheed Martin-Built MUOS-3 Secure Communications Satellite Encapsulated in Launch Vehicle Fairing

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Lockheed Martin Receives JASSM Contract For Additional Finnish Air Force F-18 Integration

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U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin Deliver Third MUOS Secure Communications Satellite for Mobile Warfighters

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ASTROMAN Magazine – 2014.09.04

U.S. Government Gives Green Light to Lockheed Martin Team's JLTV Production Plans

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ASTROMAN Magazine – 2014.08.16

Lockheed Martin Commercial Launch Services Successfully Launches WorldView-3 Satellite

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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2012.07.15

Lockheed Martin To Pursue Management And Operating Contract For Sandia National Laboratories

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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2012.04.09

Lockheed Martin Receives $1.05 Billion, Five-Year U.S. Navy Contract for MH-60R/S Cockpits and Integrated Systems

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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2011.12.12

Lockheed Martin: Apache M-TADS/PNVS Team Receives U.S. Secretary Of Defense Performance Based Logistics Award

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ASTROMAN Magazine – 2011.08.28

U.S. Air Force And Lockheed Martin Sign 5-Year Tri-Mode Seeker Cooperative Agreement

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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2011.04.22

Lockheed Martin Names Michael Feeley Vice President and General Manager Of San Diego Site


http://www.astroman.com.pl/index.php?mod=magazine&a=read&id=952    


ASTROMAN Magazine - 2010.12.19

Lockheed Martin F-35 Program Achieves Overall 2010 Flight Test Target


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ASTROMAN Magazine - 2009.12.05

Lockheed Martin-Microsoft Agreement to Bring Better Training to Warfighters

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