AFAR radar for the F-15 E

AFAR radar for the F-15 E
Boeing has unveiled within applets modernization fighter F-15E radar with active fizirovannoy lattice (AFAR) with electrically scanned
«This is a big step forward in the modernization of the radar program there,» said Roger Besanchez, vice president of programs from Boeing F-15. «Our goal is to provide new technologies and increasing system reliability to ensure the Air Force needed for general merit system advantages in air-to-air and air-to-ground in the future.»

Raytheon Company radar installation AFAR is scheduled to begin in the 3rd quarter of 2013.
Radar runs rich program from flight tests at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., and Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Boeing and Raytheon analyze data throughout fazf tests to make sure that the system performance meets the demanding requirements of the customer.
F-15 E RMP is the latest modification of the fighter F-15 series, which was defined in terms of the U.S. Air Force.

New radar RMP APG-82 AESA will change the existing system of APG-70 fighter F-15E Strike (mechanically scanned radars). AESA radar provides significantly higher reliability, maintainability and performance, as the reduction of costs for the establishment and operation. When integrated radar weapon system F-15E, radar AFAR will allow significantly do better detection and tracking of enemy targets.
Other elements include a wideband radome RMP, change the environmental management system, and changing the radio frequency tunable filters, which allow the radar very quickly adapt to the conditions of a real air combat.

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