Raytheon Unveils 'GhostEye MR,' Radar for NASAMS Air Defense System

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  • 06:36 PM, October 13, 2021
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Raytheon Unveils 'GhostEye MR,' Radar for NASAMS Air Defense System
GhostEye MR radar

Raytheon has presented GhostEye MR, a new medium-range radar for the National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System, or NASAMS.

GhostEye MR was displayed at the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting and exhibition, held last week.

The increased range and altitude coverage provided by GhostEye MR expands NASAMS capability to detect, track and identify enemy aircraft, unmanned aircraft systems, and cruise missile threats. The extended range of this new sensor also maximizes the capabilities of the family of effectors employed by NASAMS.

GhostEye MR is a variant of the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor that the company is building for the U.S. Army. It is a scalable Active Electronically Scanned Array radar providing 360-degree surveillance and advanced fire control capabilities. Raytheon’s name for the family of radars based on LTAMDS is GhostEye. GhostEye MR is a separate, but concurrent, radar development program funded by Raytheon Missiles & Defense that leverages LTAMDS technology baseline and common manufacturing processes.

Building on the progress of the LTAMDS program, GhostEye MR is on an accelerated path to availability. The sensor’s capabilities and performance were tested through a series of modeling and simulation-based threat scenarios. The radar will undergo open air testing in 2022, followed by customer demonstrations.

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