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M427 Reverse Mode 5 Responder

M427 Reverse Mode 5 Responder

The M427 Reverse Mode 5 responder is designed to prevent air-to-ground fratricide based on Reverse Mode 5, where interrogations are directed to targets at a specified set of geographic coordinates or within some specified range of distance. Only transponders located within the area will reply.
M428 IFF Transponder

M428 IFF Transponder

The M428 compact transponder is the ultimate evolution of the existing and well proven family of MkXIIA (MkXII + Mode 5) transponders developed under the NGIFF program.
OTS90

OTS90

The Airborne and Space Systems Division has the design authority and is the prime contractor of the OTS-90, the sonic system selected of the NFH 90 helicopter for Italian and Dutch Navies.
Radar Altimeter Family

Radar Altimeter Family

Airborne and Space Systems Division has a strong heritage in the field of Radar Altimeters after entering the market in 1966. Since then it has developed its capabilities to design and produce stateof- the-art equipment that is in competition with major US and European companies.
SHUD 1000

SHUD 1000

The SHUD 1000 is a state-of-the-art, dual or single refractive combiner, capable of displaying attack, navigation and landing information. The main performance of the graphic engine is to generate the symbology handler and router to drive the HUD formats in cursive only or in cursive on raster mode managed through a dual redundant 1553B Remote Terminal. The SHUD 1000 delivers high performance at a low cost, making it the best solution for new...
SIT434CI IFF Interrogator

SIT434CI IFF Interrogator

The SIT434CI is one of a family of IFF Mk XA and National Secure Mode (NSM) and Mode S interrogators developed under the multinational New-Generation IFF (NGIFF) programme in order to provide a state-of-the-art IFF interrogation capability.
SMD-55

SMD-55

The SMD-55 is a 5 inches by 5 inches high performance Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display with full colour capability under all conditions, from full sunlight to NVG operations.
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