SERDAR Coastal Surveillance LPI Radar

SERDAR is a family of low probability of intercept (LPI) Coastal Surveillance Radars for the detection of sea surface targets. Its LPI characteristic arises from low output power and special waveform methods employed. The LPI characteristic is desirable specifically in critical coastal regions in order to effectively apprehend threatening targets.

SERDAR is available in two different antenna configurations that offer superior close-range performance or enhanced target resolution. Both configurations are compliant with IALA V-128 "Operation and Technical Requirements for Vessel Traffic Services Equipment".

The solid-state power amplifier technology and modular approach employed in SERDAR's design allow for long useful life and convenient maintenance. Its ability to integrate with Command & Control Systems renders SERDAR exceptionally suitable for coastal surveillance applications such as coastal surveillance, vessel traffic control and harbor control.

SERDAR offers an unmatched variety of options for special coastal surveillance applications that require close-range monitoring of the shoreline, or high resolution target discrimination, or a combination of both.

Important Features
X-Band transmission frequency
48 NM maximum range
Low Probability of Intercept (LPI)
Solid state design
Slotted waveguide array antenna
High range resolution
Superior close range performance / high target resolution
Automatic simultaneous tracking of numerous targets
Remote operation from Command & Control Center