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A world-class fighter needs world-class radar. The PS-05/A was developed for the JAS 39 Gripen programme and has been in service since 1992. Gripen is the first fourth-generation multi-role/swing-role aircraft in service in the world, and the PS-05/A radar provides the situational awareness needed for weapon/missile delivery during cooperative and multi-role/swing-role combat missions.

Multi-role applications
Air defence capability from BVR to WVR. Air-to-surface modes for mapping, ground attack, maritime operation and reconnaissance.

Integration and installation for multiple platforms
Compact, lightweight and modular to fit into any airborne platform.

PS 05/A – Fighter radar Gripen in action



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