Selex RAN-40L is a naval 3D L band search radar developed by Leonardo (previously Selex ES, SELEX Sistemi Integrati and then merged in 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.
|Country of origin||Italy|
|Type||3D Solid-state Long Range Early Warning Naval Active Phased Array Radar|
|RPM||6 rpm modes|
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.
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