Saab 340 AEW&C
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|Saab 340 AEW&C
S 100 Argus
|An S 100B Argus at Malmen in 2010|
|Primary users||Swedish Air Force
Royal Thai Air Force
United Arab Emirates Air Force
|Developed from||Saab 340|
Six S 100B Argus aircraft were produced for the Swedish Air Force, four of which are permanently equipped with the Erieye active electronically scanned array (AESA) early warning radar and two fitted for transport missions during peacetime.
Two modified planes were loaned to Greece prior to the delivery of EMB-145 Erieye systems, which commenced in 2003.
In July 2006, Saab was awarded a contract to upgrade two of the Swedish Air Force's S 100B aircraft for surveillance missions and for deployment in multi-national operations. The upgraded Saab 340 AEW-300 aircraft, are planned to enter service by 2009.
In November 2007, Thailand announced the intention to buy two S 100B AEW aircraft from the Swedish Air Force.
- Saab 340B AEW / S 100B Argus
- (FSR-890) Erieye, for the Thai Air Force.
- Saab 340B AEW-200
- (IS-340) Erieye
- Saab 340B AEW-300 / S 100D Argus
- (ASC-890) Erieye
Specifications (Saab 340 AEW&C)
Data from 
- Crew: 6
- Length: 20.57 m (67 ft 5 27/32 in)
- Wingspan: 21.44 m (70 ft 4 3/32 in)
- Height: 6.97 m (22 ft 10 13/32 in)
- Gross weight: 13155 kg (29001.8 lb) each
- Cruising speed: 300 km/h (186.4 mph)
- Endurance: 7 hours
- Service ceiling: 7,620 m (25,000 ft)
Mission specific data
- Patrol speed
- 160 knots
- Typical Mission Altitude
- 2,000m to 6,000m
- Radar Antenna Unit Length
- Radar Antenna Unit Weight
- 900 kg
- Radar Frequency
- 2 GHz to 4 GHz
- Azimuthal Coverage
- Range Against Fighter Aircraft Target
- 450 km
- Related development
- Related lists
- "Flygplan S 100 B" (in Swedish). forsvarsmakten.se. Retrieved 2011-08-02.
- Gripen International Gripen agreement between Sweden and Thailand signed.
- Saab signs contract with United Arab Emirates for airborne surveillance system
- Fredriksson, Urban (2004-06-07). "Saab 340 AEW". Sweden. Retrieved 21 October 2011.
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