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Salut à tous. Je fais quelques recherches sur les radars AESA. J'aimerais donc savoir quels sont les pays dans le monde qui en ont construit ou qui en développent ? Et également quels appareils les utilisent dors et déjà ou devrait en être équipé dans de nouvelles versions dans les années qui viennent ? Merci d'avance. Je sais déjà que le F-22 et le PAK FA en ont et que le Rafale va en avoir un, mais pour le reste ?

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JE vais la jouer facile / wikipedia.org

[edit] Airborne systems

Northrop Grumman/Raytheon AN/APG-77, for the F-22 Raptor

Northrop Grumman AN/APG-80, for the F-16E/F Block 60 Fighting Falcon

Northrop Grumman AN/APG-81, for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

Northrop Grumman Multi-role AESA, for the Boeing Wedgetail (AEW&C)

Northrop Grumman APY-9, for the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye

Raytheon AN/APG-63(V)2 and AN/APG-63(V)3, for the F-15C Eagle and Republic of Singapore's F-15SG

Raytheon APG-79, for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler

Raytheon AN/APQ-181 (AESA upgrade currently in development), for the B-2 Spirit bomber

Northrop Grumman SABR, for F-16 Fighting Falcon upgrades

AMSAR, research from the European GTDAR consortium, for Eurofighter and Rafale fighter Radar

Captor-E CAESAR (CAPTOR Active Electronically Scanning Array Radar)

RBE2-AA Radar à Balayage Electronique 2 - Active Array   (NDCP : RAFALE)

SELEX Seaspray 7000E, for helicopters

SELEX Vixen 500E

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation J/APG-1, AESA for the Mitsubishi F-2 fighter

Ericsson Erieye AEW&C

Ericsson PS-05/A MK-5 for JAS 39 Gripen. Will be available by 2012.

Phazotron NIIR Zhuk-AE, for MiG-35

Tikhomirov NIIP Epaulet-A

Elta EL/M-2083 aerostat-mounted air search radar

Elta EL/M-2052, for fighters. Interim candidate for HAL Tejas. Also, suitable for F-15, MiG-29 & Mirage 2000

Elta EL/M-2075 radar for the IAI Phalcon AEW&C system

NRIET-designed (Nanjing Research Institute of Electronic Technology) radar mounted on the KJ-2000 AEW&C system

Toshiba HPS-106, air & surface search radar, for the Kawasaki P-1 maritime patrol aircraft, four antenna arrays.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation HPS-104, for the Mitsubishi SH-60

[edit] Ground and sea-based systems

APAR Thales multi-function radar, primary sensor of Dutch De Zeven Provinciën and German Sachsen class frigates. The T/R modules for these radar systems are manufactured by the Canadian company BreconRidge Corp located in Ottawa, Ontario

Selex EMPAR (European Multifunction Phased Array Radar)

Elta EL/M-2080 Green Pine ground-based early warning AESA radar

Elta EL/M-2248 MF-STAR multifunction naval radar

AN/SPY-3 multi-function radar for U.S. DD(X), CG(X) and CVN-21 next-generation surface vessels

Raytheon U.S. National Missile Defense X-Band Radar (XBR)

MEADS's fire control radar

THAAD system fire control radar

Type-03 Medium Range Surface-to-Air MissileSystem (Chu-SAM,SAM-4) multi-function radar

BAE Systems Insyte SAMPSON multi-function radar for UK Type 45 destroyers

FCS-3 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Melco)

OPS-24 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (The world's first Naval Active Electronically Scanned Array radar)

J/FPS-3 Japanese main ground-based air defense Radar produced by Melco

J/FPS-4 Cheaper than J/FPS-3, produced by Toshiba

J/FPS-5 Japanese ground-based next generation Missile Defense Radar

J/TPS-102 Self-propelled ground-based radar, cylindrical array antenna, NEC

JMPQ-P13 Counter-battery radar, Toshiba

JTPS-P14 Transportable air defence radar, Melco

JTPS-P16 Firefinder radar, Melco

CEAFAR CEA Technologies Naval Phased Array

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J'ai vu cette liste mais elle me parait incomplète. Il n'y a pas les AESA Russe, il n'y a pas le PAK FA et y a même un AESA commun entre Rafale et Eurofighter sur cette page. Donc je ne sais pas trop quoi en penser.

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L'EMPAR est un PESA. (http://radarlab.disp.uniroma2.it/FilePDF/empar.pdf : page 7)...enfin celui installé sur les Horizons. Il y a des recherches pour un EMPAR AESA, peut être sur les FREMM IT (page 22). C'est le Sampson qui est AESA ce qui explique ses meilleures performances.

Ensuite il y a les projets en cours et à venir de Thales : M3R, SM400, GM400 et GS1000

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