|Country of origin||Italy|
|Type||3D Solid-state Long Range Early Warning Naval Active Phased Array Radar|
|RPM||6 rpm modes|
Selex RAN-40L is a naval 3D L band search radar developed by Leonardo. The radar is used for long range maritime air surveillance and early warning. The radar uses a fully solid state active phased array antenna and capable of tracking and detecting air targets like aircraft or drones up to 400 km away. RAN-40L is based on existing land based 3D RAT-31DL radar which is a system widely used by NATO Countries for long air surveillance.
The radar functions include Track While Scan for air and surface long-range surveillance and missile tracking . Radar coverage is obtained by phase scanning in elevation, while mechanically rotating in azimuth. The antenna rotates at 6rpm or 12rpm, with 360° azimuth coverage.
- Selex RAT-31DL
- Type 346 Radar
- Phased array
- Active electronically scanned array
- Active phased array radar
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