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|3D CAR||Group Surveillance Radar for Akash; 360 degree; 3D; S band; 150km range (small fighter class targets); Planar Antenna - phased in elevation; 3 vehicles||IAF/IA||Production||
8 Squadrons for AF would require 8 radars; Army has ordered 2 regiments with six batteries each - at least 2 CAR will be required. Overall numbers of 3D CAR including Rohini & TCR may be 100.
||Surveillance radar derived from 3D CAR||IAF||Production||37 ordered in total; Second tranche ordered after excellent results in 2001-02 during the Parakram standoff, when 3D CAR could detect even small RCS UAVs at long distance|
||Surveillance radar derived from 3D CAR for naval use; stabilization for antenna developed by L&T; extra capability to detect sea skimming missiles against clutter||Indian Navy||Production||2 ordered for initial ASW ships|
||Compact version with 2 vehicle footprint, non mast antenna, developed for Army; 90 km range as versus 150km for full scale version||Indian Army||Production||~28|
|Rajendra MFPAR (Multi Function Phased Array Radar)||PESA radar with 80 km range against small fighter targets; C-Band, 360 degree swivel capability; radar on T-72 tank (BLT-2 variant) for Army), trailer for AF; Surveillance, Fire control, IFF functions; 2 Vehicles - one radar, second - Battery Control Center which is the Radar Control Unit and also controls an Akash battery||Indian Army/AF||Production||28|
|Swathi Weapon Locating Radar||Rajendra derivative for counter battery fire; range of upto 40 km for large artillery shells (155mm); 2 vehicles, radar and data vehicle; power vehicle||Indian Army||Production||
Cleared intensive trials in 2010-11; orders placed in 2011-12; long in development, had to face hurdles after components were sanctioned post 1999 nuclear tests. Rajendra program developed these systems locally.
|MPR - Arudhra|