Type 363 Radar

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The Type 363 radar is often mistaken for Type 360 Radar. The main visual difference can be found on the antenna. The Type 360 has a lattice type array while the Type 363 has a single solid spine.

The Type 363 have firstly be found to be installed on Luhu DDG 112 and selected Luda upgrades (109).It was also used in type 056

Specifications[edit]

  • E/F - band
  • Beam: 1.65 x 8 deg csc2 (to 450)
  • Pulse width: 5.5 – 12 microsec?
  • Antenna Gain: 29.5 db
  • Peak Power: 60 kW (1 kW average)
  • PRF: 2200/1100pps
  • Polarization: Circular / Linear
  • Scan Rate: 15 or 24 rpm
  • Dimensions: 4.54 m
  • Detection Range: 60 nm on 2m2 target with P(d) 50%
  • Antenna beam pattern: consecant2 up to 500
  • Transmitter: Frequency agile with pulse compression
  • Receiver: CFAR, MTI, lin, log, 4 reception chain, S/N better than 5.5 dB
  • Weight: approx 675 kg
  • Other reported names:
    • Thomson-CSF TSR 3004
    • Sea Tiger
    • DRBV-15 (In French service)

All specifications based on DRBV-15

See also[edit]