ARH

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AcronymDefinition
ARHArt History
ARHAppalachian Regional Healthcare, Inc.
ARHAgence Régionale de l'Hospitalisation
ARHArmed Reconnaissance Helicopter
ARHActive Radar Homing
ARHAdolescent Reproductive Health
ARHAppalachian Regional Hospital
ARHAnti-Radiation Homing
ARHAtlantic Richfield Hanford
ARHAgricultural and Rural History (National Agricultural Library)
ARHAutosomal Recessive Hypercholesterolemia
ARHAntwerp-Rotterdam-Hamburg (shipping)
ARHAdams, Rehmann, and Heggan (Hammonton, NJ)
ARHAtmospheric Radiative Heating
ARHAlaska Region Headquarters (NOAA)
ARHAssociation of Residence Halls
ARHAssociation pour le Renouveau de l'Herboristerie (French: Association for the Revival of Herbalism; est. 1982)
ARHArkhangelsk, Russia - Arkhangelsk (Airport Code)
ARHAmericas Region Headquarters
ARHAutorité de Régulation des Hydrocarbures (French: Hydrocarbon Regulatory Authority; Algeria)
ARHAuto Rétro Halluin (French: Retro Auto Halluin; est. 1999; Halluin, France)
ARHAssistance en Ressources Humaines (French: Human Resources Support)
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The asset of using Link-11 is that it allows platforms such as the Royal Navy's 'Daring' class destroyers, which are armed with the MBDA Aster-15/30 active radar homing surface-toair missiles, to enhance the UK's air defence by contributing track information derived from the ship's BAE Systems' SAMPSON S-band and Thales S1850M L-band naval surveillance radars.
The Sub Harpoon missile is an active radar homing anti-ship missile, with a range of 18 miles at Mach 0.9.
With an all-weather Active Radar Homing (ARH) seeker and two-way datalink between the missile and launcher, the CAMM/ER can engage targets performing high-speed, rapid evasive manoeuvres and those with a low Radar Cross Section (RCS), according to MBDA.
In active radar homing, the weapon transmits energy, thus warning the target.
Italian Navy SH-3Ds carry the 340 kg OTO-Melara Marte Mk.2, which has active radar homing and is also proposed for the fixed-wing MB.339K.