U.S. Navy Procures Saab Multi-Mode Radar Systems

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U.S. Navy Procures Saab Multi-Mode Radar Systems
Saab Multi-Mode Radar system

The U.S. Navy awarded Saab $18.2 million Multi-Mode Radar (MMR) systems.

Under this contract, Saab Inc. manufactures, inspects, tests and delivers MMR systems to be deployed on Navy Expeditionary Support Base ships and Coast Guard (USCG) Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) and provide engineering support of delivered MMR systems.  The MMR serves as the primary sensor for air surveillance, surface surveillance and gun weapon system cueing for the USCG OPC.

Work is expected to be completed by April 2022.

The MMR is a 3D, electronically scanned phased array radar providing high-radiated power, selectable waveforms, and modern signal processing to consistently achieve high performance across various marine environments.

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