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Raytheon Gets $19.8M Order for ALR-69A(V) Digital Radar Warning Receivers

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Raytheon’s ALR-69A(V) RWR(click to view larger) Raytheon’s Space and Airborne Systems business received a $19.8 million contract for the continued production of ALR-69A(V) radar warning receivers for the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia. The contract calls for fabrication and testing of 34 digital receivers under the ALR-69A(V) low-rate initial production program. Deliveries of the systems are expected to begin in March 2011 and end in June 2012. The ALR-69A(V) is currently installed on US Air Force C-130 transport, F-16 fighter, and A-10 close air support aircraft… An upgrade of the ALR-69(V), the ALR-69A(V) provides improved suppression of enemy air defenses; cross-platform integration; and enhanced spectral and spatial coverage for high-sensitivity detection in dense signal environments. The digital architecture of the system permits future programming of advanced tactical targeting techniques for multiplatform geo-location of threats, and reprogramming to keep pace with emerging threats. Using 4 independent digital quadrant receivers, each covering one quadrant of the aircraft, the ALR-69A(V) provides signal selectivity and management of possible interference emanating from wingmen, coalition partners, and commercial aircraft. The ALR-69A(V) is part of Raytheon’s portfolio of radar warning receivers that includes the ALR-67(V)3, currently in production for domestic […]

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