Multimode Airborne Fire Control Radar ELM-2032 (Radar T50)
The ELM-2032 is an advanced Multimode Airborne Fire Control Radar designed for multimission ﬁghters, oriented for both air-to-air and strike missions. Modular hardware design, software control and ﬂexible avionic interfaces ensure that
the radar can be installed in ﬁghter aircraft
(such as F-16, F-5, Mirage, F-4, Mig 21, etc.) and can be
customized to meet speciﬁc user requirements.
The ELM-2032 radar integrates ELTA’s s experience with real
operational feedback from Israeli Air Force combat pilots.
The ELM-2032 greatly enhances the Air-to-Air, Air-to- Ground and Air-to-Sea capabilities of the aircraft. In the Air-to-Air modes, the radar enables long-range target detection and tracking for weapon delivery or automatic target acquisition in close combat engagements.
In Air-to-Ground missions, the radar provides very
high-resolution mapping (SAR), surface target detection and tracking over RBM, DBS and SAR maps in addition to A/G
ranging. In Air-to-Sea missions the radar provides long range target detection and tracking, including target classiﬁcation capabilities (RS, ISAR).
-Pulse Doppler , all aspect, look-down shoot-down
-TWT coherent transmitter
-Ultra low sidelobe planar antenna
-Two axes monopulse, guard channel
Programmable signal processor
Full software control
Most advanced architecture, technology and
-Adaptability and growth potential
*MIL 1553B interface to avionic system
*Modular hardware configuration
*Spare memory space and computing power