Raytheon to Upgrade Brazilian Air Traffic Surveillance Radars

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  • 01:45 PM, March 24, 2020
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Raytheon to Upgrade Brazilian Air Traffic Surveillance Radars

Raytheon has won a contract to modernize seven Brazilian Air Force's surveillance radars across the Amazon.

The company will upgrade seven legacy radars to the next-generation Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar system, Condor Mk3, increasing efficiency and reducing electric energy consumption.

The new Condor Mk3 introduces new features such as automatic adaptive power control, fully configurable software, a high-duty cycle transmitter and built-in ADS-B, all in a much smaller footprint.

The legacy radars were previously installed by Raytheon in the early 2000s under the Brazilian System for the Vigilance of the Amazon project and have been in continuous operation since its installation.

 

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