Iran has also made progress in developing different types of defensive radars
that provide software products or 'modules-of-expertise' for radar
video distribution, plot extraction and target tracking.
Less often discussed--or warned about--are the radar
gaps, the places where there is only a partial picture.
The development of the active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar
is part of the government-led KF-X project under which the country aims to build fighter jets by investing 8.5 trillion won ($7.91 billion) by 2026.
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There are N radars
whose information gain are larger than [I.sup.pre.sub.kmean], which will be selected as the working radars
at next time, N < M.
The next longer wavelengths are C-band (6,000 MHz, 5 cm), which were historically used for "storm warning radars
" and are now used by TDWR (Terminal Doppler Weather Radar
) and TV station radars
Contractors are often engaged for corrective and preventive maintenance, but even in such cases many institutes follow the status of their radars
by themselves [e.g., with built-in test equipment (BITE)].
PMD is also installing one weather radar
at Mardan with the funding of government of Pakistan and two radars
at Islamabad and Karachi with the assistance of government of Japan.
Echodyne Corp has released its MESA-K-DEV, an ultra-low C-SWAP (cost, size, weight, and power), fast electronically scanning radar
based on its patented Metamaterials Electronically Scanning Array (MESA(TM)), the company said.
Alongside the ES-05 Raven, Selex has supplied its SCP-01 Scipio radar
to equip 43 of the Forca Aerea Brasileira (FAB/Brazilian Air Force) AMX International AMX-A1M fighters as part of the type's modernisation effort, with the radars
delivered between 2013 and 2014.