AESA

AcronymDefinition
AESAActive Electronically Scanned Array
AESAAgence Européenne de la Sécurité Aérienne (French: European Aviation Safety Agency)
AESAAssociation of Educational Service Agencies
AESAActive Electronically Steered Array (aka Active Electronically Scanned Array; radar technology)
AESAATM End System Address
AESAAtmospheric Effects of Stratospheric Aircraft
AESAAviation & Electronic Schools of America (Colfax, CA)
AESAAutorité Européenne de Sécurité des Aliment (French: European Food Safety Authority)
AESAThe Ancient Egypt Studies Association
AESAArizona Emergency Services Association (Phoenix, AZ)
AESAAssociation of Environmental Scientists and Administrators
AESAAssign-and-Estimate Scheduling Algorithm
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The AESA will remove several of the hydraulic and electrical systems currently required to support the MSA, reducing the radar's total number of moving components.
Deliveries of production versions of the AESA radars would then begin in 2004.
With an AESA radar on board, the B-52 will gain improved navigation reliability to support nuclear and conventional missions.
"Our new AESA radars give aircrews the eyes they need to achieve their mission for the duration of the B-52's service life."
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 15, 2019-Boeing selects Raytheon for B-52 AESA radar upgrade
Out of these new orders, the majority were for RADA's software-defined AESA radars for international counter UAV solutions, the company said, adding that a large portion of these orders were follow-on orders from existing defense customers which are beginning to expand their deployments of their systems that incorporate RADA's radars.
According to Jane's Defense Weekly reports, Air Chief said, 'The new Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar system is expected to be installed on JF-17 Block III aircraft by March 3, 2020.
Production of the Block III variant is expected to begin later this year , PAF Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan told Jane's, adding that the air force 'will make a decision on one of the two new Chinese AESA [airborne electronically scanned-array] radars we are currently evaluating for these aircraft'.