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IAI ELM-2022 ML Maritime Surveillance Radar @ PAF
« on: August 15, 2018, 02:27:42 PM »


ELM-2022 ML - Lightweight Airborne Maritime Surveillance Radar


The ELM-2022ML is a lightweight X-Band multimode airborne maritime surveillance radars combining advanced technology and features derived from extensive operational experience of the ELM-2022 radar family with reduced weight (50 kg) and power requirements (1 kW).

The ELM-2022ML radar provides a very cost-effective force-multiplier solution for operational missions in the maritime theater, such as:

Maritime surveillance and EEZ patrol
Coast guard drug enforcement and fishery patrol
Search and rescue location and support
Air-to-air surveillance
Air-to-ground (SAR and GMTI) surveillance

The ELM-2022ML radar operates as a true all-weather, day and night sensor capable of penetrating clouds, rain, smoke, smog, fog.

Modular hardware, flexible interfaces and antenna design, enable the ELM-2022ML radar, which consists of only 2 LRUs, to be installed on a wide range of fixed-wing and rotary-wing, manned and unmanned aircraft, including small platforms for which the installation of the standard ELM- 2022 may be difficult.


Long-range maritime surveillance, up to 160 nm (large targets up to horizon)
Detection of small targets in adverse sea conditions
Automatic tracking of all detected targets
Range profile, ISAR and CSAR classification modes, with automatic classification to class (ISAR library)
Strip and spot Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imaging and GMTI as ISR support for ground operation
Navigation and weather mode
Integrated IFF/AIS system
Advanced Radar Operation Station (AROS) optional for standalone operation (not included in weight)


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Re: IAI ELM-2022 ML Maritime Surveillance Radar @ PAF
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2018, 07:20:54 AM »
...about damned time they put this out in the open.  ;)