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NSP-5 UWB

PENETRATION IMAGING RADAR FOR ANY PLATFORM

NSP-5  UWB SYSTEM

The NSP-5 UWB configuration simplifies integration to provide multiple capabilities on manned or unmanned platforms.

Simplify Integration

The NSP-5 UWB is designed as a standalone sensor payload or complement to existing payloads. It is quickly and easily attached to an aircraft’s wing or fuselage.

 

Increase Capabilities

Add the high-resolution ultra-wide band NSP-5 UWB to any aircraft for penetrating SAR imagery, magnitude change detection and related capabilities.

 

Big Performance on Any Platform

With the lowest size, weight, and power of any SAR system available, the NSP-5 UWB provides smaller platforms advanced capabilities that previously have not been available.

 

Part Of The Family

NSP-5 UWB shares the same mounting system as the other NSP-5 Products. Any NSP-5 pod can be swapped quickly and easily to meet mission needs and available resources.

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

SIZE WEIGHT AND POWER

Dimensions

Diameter: 5.25 in (13.3 cm)

Length: 26.6 in (67.6 cm)

Height: 8.5 in (187.4 cm)

Weight

6 lbs (3.1 kg)

SAR Power

35-85 W

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KEY SPECIFICATIONS

Range Resolution

Very Fine, 0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10 m

Communication

Serial, Ethernet

SAR Imaging Range

14 km (at 1m Resolution)

Command & Control

Lisa 3D

Image Products

Complex NITF, tiff, jpg, png, bmp, kml

Frequency

VHF (Available: L, UHF)

Capabilities

SAR, CCD/MCD, Maritime

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PART OF THE FAMILY

The NSP-5 family is made for organic operations where the needs of the mission can change quickly and dramatically.

INTELLIGENCE IS EVERYTHING: PENETRATING RADAR

Ultra-wide band SAR has many of the same advantages as Ku-band SAR: provides it’s own illumination, can see through atmospheric obstructions, and has a high-resolution that is independent of range and distance to the target. The major difference between UWB and Ku systems is the bandwidth that it operates in. The wavelength of Ku SAR is what allows it to see through things like clouds and smoke. Operating on a different wavelength means that what UWB can penetrate is substantially different. UWB radar is known to be able to penetrate dense foliage and even, in some cases, the ground. This principle difference between UWB and Ku means that the two systems offer great complement to each other. UWB sees different things from Ku and vice-a-versa. Ultimately, NSP-5 UWB makes a great addition to situational awareness.

Do more with the power of NSP-5 UWB intelligence.

The more you can see, the more you know; and the more you know, the more you succeed. Let’s put our all-weather, high-resolution imaging radar with advanced capabilities on your aircraft.

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