HAL-3

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The HAL-3 is an airborne navigation radar developed by the Shanghai Institute of Electron Physics originally for the Y-10 programme. Development started in June 1980 and was completed in February 1985 and it has been extensively tested on the Boeing 707 and Y-7. The overall technical characteristics are thought to be similar to the Bendix AN/APS-133/RDR-1F.

Specifications[edit]

  • Range:
    • air-to-ground mode : 240km
    • air-to-air mode: 15km
  • Output power: 50kW
  • Power consumption: 800W
  • Weight: 9999kg

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