ASELSAN (produced transmitter/receiver (T/R) modules, licence production or assembly of the radar)
|No. built||> 65|
|Type||3D air search and track|
2D surface search and track
|Frequency||E/F band (S band)|
|Beamwidth||Approximately 2° horizontal|
|RPM||13,5 rpm surveillance mode, 27 rpm defence mode|
|Range||Air: 250 km (maximum)|
Surface: 40 / 80 km
|Power||115V, 230V, 440V|
SMART-S Mk2 (Signaal Multibeam Acquisition Radar for Tracking, S band Mk2) is a naval medium to long-range air and surface surveillance multibeam passive electronically scanned array 3D radar designed by Thales Nederland, formerly Hollandse Signaalapparaten (Signaal). While the original SMART-S radar was only produced in small numbers, SMART-S Mk2 is very successful. Only six years after its introduction, 30 systems were sold to navies all over the world. SMART-S Mk2 radar is equipped with transmitter/receiver (T/R) modules manufactured by Turkish defence company Aselsan. The radar transmitter/receiver (T/R) modules for the radar are purchased by Thales from Aselsan.
The system has two operating modes: medium range up to 150 km (81 nmi) at 27 RPM and long range up to 250 km (130 nmi) at 13.5 RPM. The radar mainly designed for light frigates, corvettes and ships such as Landing Platform Docks (LPD). SMART-S Mk2 is designed to support full performance of surface to air missiles (SAM), such as the RIM-162 ESSM.
- Antenna system:
- Number of beams formed: 12
- Identification friend or foe (IFF) system integrated
- Maximum detection ranges:
- Range accuracy: < 15 m (49 ft)
- Maximal numbers of tracked targets:
- Sea+Air: 500 / 700
- Cooling: Chilled water
- Fully automatic detection and tracking of air and surface targets
- Dedicated electronic counter-countermeasure (ECCM) techniques
- Jammer detection and tracking
- Automatic Target Classification
- Ada-class corvette (Licence produced / assembled by ASELSAN)
- Absalon-class frigate
- Martadinata-class frigate
- Brandenburg-class frigate
- Gowind-class corvette
- Barbaros-class frigate
- Halifax-class frigate
- Khareef-class corvette
- Almirante Padilla-class frigate
- Cassard-class frigate
- Charles de Gaulle-class aircraft carrier
- Guaiquerí-class patrol boat
- Anzac-class frigate. Two Royal New Zealand Navy frigates receive SMART-S Mk2 as part of the ANZAC Frigate System Upgrade.
- Karel Doorman-class frigate (Upgraded Mk1)
- Maharaja Lela-class frigate - SMART-S Mk 2 to equip the Royal Malaysian Navy's stealth frigates.
- Adhafer-class corvette - Thales Smart-S Mk2 3D air and surface surveillance radar will equip Future Algerian National Navy C28A corvette or frigate
- ORP Ślązak. Former Gawron-class corvette later reclassified as patrol vessel will be fitted with SMART-S Mk2.
- Sigma-class design SIGMA POLA (Long Range Patrol) 10514 frigates of the Mexican Navy will use SMART-S Mk2.
- Thales SMART-L, long range version in the SMART radar family.
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