Argentina's INVAP Develops New Radars

Argentine company INVAP is developing two new families of radars for which it expects to have prototypes tested before the end of 2020. The first of these is the RVT series of three portable radars for land and coastal surveillance, which have been designed for use mainly by infantry units but also other security forces and government agencies. The...

Argentine company INVAP is developing two new families of radars for which it expects to have prototypes tested before the end of 2020.

The first of these is the RVT series of three portable radars for land and coastal surveillance, which have been designed for use mainly by infantry units but also other security forces and government agencies.

The three models offer ranges of 30, 50, and 80 km, according to the size of their antenna and transmitting power. Employing digital beamforming and multibeam technology, they are said to provide persistent surveillance to instantaneously detect and track very small and slow-moving targets with extremely low false alarm rates.

Source: www.janes.com