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Reportlinker Adds World Radars Market Report

September 10, 2009

NEW YORK, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

World Radars Market

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Radars in US$ Millions. The specific end-use segments analyzed are Land Based Surveillance, Air Defense Surveillance, Naval Surveillance, Air Traffic Control, and Weather Surveillance. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for North America, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2006 through 2015. A five-year historic analysis is also provided for these markets. The report profiles 95 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Applied Radar, Inc., BAE Systems plc, Cambridge Consultants Limited, DRS Technologies, Inc., European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS N.V., Euroradar Consortium, Galileo Avionica S.p.A, Honeywell International, Inc., ICx Technologies, Inc., Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd., Lockheed Martin Corporation, M/A Com – Cobham plc., MEADS International, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Northrop Grumman Corporation, Raytheon Company, Raytheon Systems Limited, Rockwell Collins, Telephonics Corporation, Terma A/S, Thales Group, and The Boeing Company. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

RADARS

A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT MCP-1753

CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

Land Based Surveillance I-3

Air Defense Surveillance I-4

Naval Surveillance I-4

Air Traffic Control I-4

Weather Surveillance I-4

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. Market Overview II-1

Technological Advancements and AESA Propel Radar Industry II-1

Europe’s ISTAR Radar Market Poised for Strong Growth. II-1

Hike in Defense Spending Expected to Trigger Asia-Pacific

Market for ISR Radars. II-2

Global Market Analysis II-3

2. Product Overview II-4

Introduction II-4

Principles of RADAR II-5

Reflection II-5

Radar Equation II-6

Polarization II-7

Interference. II-7

Noise II-7

Clutter. II-7

Jamming II-8

Radar Signal Processing II-9

Distance Measurement II-9

Transit Time II-9

Frequency Modulation II-10

Speed Measurement II-10

Minimizing Interference Effects II-10

Radar Engineering II-10

Antenna Design. II-10

Parabolic Reflector II-11

Slotted Waveguide II-11

Radar Modulators II-11

Radar Frequency Bands II-11

Radar Roles and Functions II-13

Weather-Sensing Radar Systems II-13

Air Traffic Control and Navigation II-13

Detection and Search Radars. II-13

Threat Radars. II-14

Battlefield and Reconnaissance Radar II-14

Missile Guidance Systems. II-14

Space and Range Instrumentation Radar Systems II-14

PC Radar Technology II-15

Radar Types. II-15

3D Radar. II-15

Millimeter Cloud Radar II-15

Imaging Radar II-15

Incoherent Scatter II-15

SCR-270 Radar II-16

Multistatic Radar. II-16

Planar Array Radar. II-16

Precision Approach Radar II-16

Low Probability of Intercept II-17

HF Radar II-17

Passive Radar II-18

X-Band Radar II-19

Continuous-Wave Radar II-20

Radar Gun. II-20

Doppler Radar. II-21

Basic Concept. II-21

Application in Weather Radar. II-22

Doppler Radar Tower II-22

Pulse-Doppler Radar. II-23

Signal Demodulation. II-23

Underlying Principle II-23

Range Ambiguity II-24

Application Considerations II-24

Moving Targets II-24

Phased Array Radars (PAR) II-24

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) II-25

Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) II-26

AESA Vs PESA II-26

AESA Radars II-26

Airborne Systems II-26

Sea and Ground-based Systems II-27

3. End-Use Industry Analysis II-28

Radar Uses II-28

Search Radars. II-28

Marine Radars. II-28

Navigational Radars II-28

Targeting Radars. II-28

Weather Radars II-28

Radar Proximity Fuzes II-28

Wearable and Miniature Radar Systems II-29

Radar Altimeters. II-29

Mapping Radars II-29

Primary and Secondary Radars II-29

General Purpose Radars II-29

End-Use Applications – Scope of Coverage II-29

Land Based Surveillance. II-29

Air Defense Surveillance II-30

Naval Surveillance II-30

Air Traffic Control II-30

Weather Surveillance II-31

4. Product Innovations/Introductions II-32

BAE Releases ARTISAN 3D Radar for Export Market II-32

Curtiss-Wright Launches New Receiver Card, XMC-E220 II-32

Cambridge Consultants Introduces Prism 200 in USA. II-32

University of Hawaii Develops Heart Sensing Radar II-33

New Pulsed Radar Application Antennas II-33

HVVi Launches New RF Power Transistors II-33

Lightcast Unveils Economical Radar Speed Monitors. II-33

Freescale Rolls Out 50-Volt LDMOS RF Power Transistors. II-34

Applied Radar Introduces Titan V5 Signal Processor II-34

RFMD Releases 400W HPA. II-34

Northrop Grumman Releases VisionMaster FT(TM) 250 II-35

MPH Rolls Out BEE(TM) III ASD(TM) Radar II-35

Rockwell Rolls Out RTA-4100 MultiScan(TM) II-35

Microsemi Launches New L-Band Pulsed Radar Power Solution

Modules. II-36

New Continuous-Wave Radar Determines Projectile Range II-36

Microsemi Launches High-Performance Transistor, 0405-500L II-36

Toshiba Unveils New X-Band Transistors II-36

Microsemi Unveils New Pulsed Radar Application Power Solution

Modules. II-37

Galileo Avionica Unveils Gabbiano Radar Line II-37

ICx Launches the STS-1400 Radar II-38

New Method for Determining Interference II-38

New Pulse Wave Radar System II-38

Thales Unveils Coastmaster II-38

SAR Imaging Autofocus Technique Developed by Californian

Inventors II-38

New Beamless Emission Radar System II-39

Raymarine Releases New Radar Domes II-39

Sumitomo Develops New LQ Series Wind Profiler Radar II-39

Garmin Introduces New Radar Scanners. II-39

Essex Unveils MB-SAR II-40

New Pulse Wave Radar Developed by Japanese Inventors II-40

5. Recent Industry Activity II-41

Finmeccanica Acquires DRS. II-41

Cobham Concludes M/A-COM Acquisition II-41

Lockheed Martin Acquires Aculight II-41

Teledyne Acquires Defense Electronics Business of Filtronic II-42

Lockheed Martin to Acquire Remaining Stake in RLM Holdings II-42

Israel Aerospace and Synergy Group to Partner in Brazilian JV. II-42

TASL and IAI Ink JV Agreement II-42

EADS and Thales Partner for Passive Radar II-43

4C Controls Inks Exclusive Licensing Agreement II-43

EADS to Equip Radar Systems on Germany’s Military Airfields II-43

Sensis and Saab Ink Marketing and Support Agreement for

GIRAFFE AMB Radar II-44

SELEX GALILEO and RFMD Enter Strategic Supply Arrangement II-44

Royal Navy to Get BAE Systems’ ARTISAN 3D II-44

Thales, Furuno Ink Collaboration Agreement for Surveillance Radar II-45

US and Czech Ink Agreement on Ballistic Missile Defense II-45

Mercury Bags Orders to Enhance Computing Performance and

Surveillance Radar II-45

Honeywell Bags IntuVue Weather Radar Contract from Airbus. II-46

EADS Secures TRS-3D Radar Supply Contract from Lockheed Martin II-46

US FAA Awards Contract to Vaisala II-46

Griffon’s TRS Division Bags US$ 71.5 million Radar Technology

Contract. II-47

IAF Receives Rohini, a 3-D Acquisition Radar, from BEL II-47

DRS Wins Contracts for MSTAR Systems II-47

US Army to Acquire More EQ-36 Radar Systems from Lockheed. II-47

Boeing Bags Radar Upgrade Contract from Saudi Arabia II-48

India Plans to Install 45 Doppler Radars II-48

Philippine Port Authority Installs Vessel Monitoring System II-48

TRS Bags Upgrade Contract from Malaysian Ministry of Defense II-48

Pakistan Purchases Surveillance Radars from Lockheed Martin II-48

Saab Inks GIRAFFE AMB Supply Contract II-49

Estonia Procures Radar Systems II-49

ManTech Bags SRS Technologies. II-49

ECI Acquires Kelvin Hughes II-49

Mitec Lands Keragis II-50

WSI Takes Over Enterprise Electronics. II-50

Endwave Acquires ALC II-50

Teledyne Cougar Takes Over Tindall Technologies II-51

VMETRO to Buy 3-D Radar II-51

Aeroflex Plans Radar Business Sale. II-51

WSI and EEC Tie Up II-51

India and Israel Ink Radar Co-development Agreement II-51

VIASPACE and DMT Expand Radar Agreement. II-52

Raytheon Delivers Two MFRFS Radars II-52

Lockheed Secures US$40 Million TRACER Contract from US Army II-52

India to Purchase Next-Generation Maritime Surveillance and

ATC Radars II-53

Pakistani Meteorological Department Commissions Modern Weather

Radar. II-53

Raytheon Secures Silent Knight Radar Contract II-53

Odfjell to Source Radars from Northrop Grumman II-53

Raytheon Commences Production of AESA Radar for the F-15C II-54

Australia Awards Radar Maintenance Contracts to BAE and RLM. II-54

Raytheon Secures Subcontract from Boeing. II-54

EADS to Supply Radar System to Qatar II-54

Lockheed to Upgrade Japanese F-15 Fleet Radars II-55

Raytheon Secures US$29 Million Radar Sustainment Contract from

Boeing. II-55

Phazotron-NIIR Plans Radar for Improved MiG-29. II-55

Northrop Grumman Bags US$256.6 Million Contract for G/ATOR II-55

BAE Wins Contract to Supply Radar Warners to Marines and Air

Force. II-56

Raytheon to Supply AN/TPY-2 Radar to Missile Defense Agency II-56

Raytheon Wins Radar Warning System Order Worth US$77.8 Million

from Navy II-56

Lockheed Martin Wins US$59.4 Million Order from US Navy II-56

Northrop Bags US$29 Million Contract II-56

Bay News 9 Installs Dual-pole Doppler Radar II-57

Germany Launches SARLupe Radar Satellite II-57

EADS in Negotiations for MiSAR II-57

Raytheon to Supply Radar Equipment Worth US$184 Million II-57

DMIA to Install TRACON II-57

Germany Launches TerraSAR-X Radar Satellite II-58

Raytheon and Mitsubishi Partnership II-58

Raytheon’s THAAD Flight Tested Successfully II-58

Northrop Grumman’s AN/APG-77V Boosts Capabilities of F-22 Raptor II-58

Shootdown Simulation Successfully Completed by Boeing’s SBX II-58

Raytheon Systems to Equip UAE’s RAK Airport with MSSR System II-58

BAE to Enhance UK Airspace Security with Commander Systems II-59

EADS to Supply T/R Modules and Other Equipment for MEADS II-59

WHIO-TV Deploys New Live Doppler 7 Radar II-59

BAE Syxtems Secures SBX-1 Maintenance Contract II-59

Raytheon Successfully Tests Its HDAM Missile II-59

Lockheed’s S4R EDM Successfully Completes Tracking II-60

6. Strategic Corporate Developments in Recent Past II-61

Northrop Buys Interest in CEA II-61

ThalesRaytheonSystems to Spruce Up Firefinder Radar Line. II-61

Northrop Grumman’s Marine Radars Obtain Type Approval. II-61

EADS to Supply Innovative Land Based Surveillance Radar, BUR,

to Germany’s Armed Forces. II-61

Northrop Wins Twin Contracts Valued At US$254 Million from Air

Force. II-62

DRS Wins Radar Supply Contracts Worth US$10 Million II-62

RSIS Concludes Upgrade of 158 Doppler Radars II-62

Raytheon Bags Major FAA Contract II-62

Lockheed Martin Secures US$120 Million Radar Contract from the

US Army II-62

Raytheon Concludes Delivery of AESA Radars II-63

Lockheed and University of Oklahoma to Jointly Develop

Enhanced Weather Radar II-63

Lockheed Inks Deal With Remmele for Supply of Vital Radar

Components II-63

Raytheon Wins US$114 Million Radar Upgrade Contract. II-63

CSP Supports RSG Program With FastCluster 2000 SERIES. II-63

EDO Gets US$11.7 Million Radar Supply Subcontract from

Lockheed Martin II-64

Raytheon Bags US$10.5 Million Radar Contract from Canadian

Department of National Defence II-64

Estonia Receives Coastal Surveillance Radar from EADS II-64

Vaisala Acquires Sigmet. II-64

Charys Acquires CCI II-65

EMS Takes Over Multitech. II-65

7. Focus on Select Global Players II-66

Applied Radar, Inc. (USA) II-66

BAE Systems plc (UK) II-66

Cambridge Consultants Limited (UK) II-66

DRS Technologies, Inc (USA) II-67

European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS N.V. (The

Netherlands) II-67

Euroradar Consortium (UK) II-68

Galileo Avionica S.p.A (Italy) II-68

Honeywell International, Inc. (USA) II-69

ICx Technologies, Inc. (USA) II-69

Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (Israel) II-70

Lockheed Martin Corporation (USA) II-70

M/A Com – Cobham plc (UK) II-70

MEADS International (USA) II-71

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Japan) II-71

Northrop Grumman Corporation (UK) II-72

Raytheon Company (USA) II-72

Raytheon Systems Limited (UK) II-73

Rockwell Collins (USA) II-73

Telephonics Corporation (USA) II-74

Terma A/S (Denmark) II-74

Thales Group (France) II-74

The Boeing Company (USA) II-75

8. Global Market Perspective II-76

Table 1: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Radars by Geographic Region – North America, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-76

Table 2: World Historic Review for Radars by Geographic Region –

North America, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001 through

2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-77

Table 3: World 10-Year Perspective for Radars by Geographic

Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for North

America, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), and

Rest of World Markets for Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-78

Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Radars by End-Use Segments -Land Based Surveillance, Air

Defense Surveillance, Naval Surveillance, Air Traffic Control,

and Weather Surveillance Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2006 through

2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-79

Table 5: World Historic Review for Radars by End-Use Segments -

Land Based Surveillance, Air Defense Surveillance, Naval

Surveillance, Air Traffic Control, and Weather Surveillance

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in

US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2005 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-80

Table 6: World 10-Year Perspective for Radars by End-Use

Segments – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Land Based

Surveillance, Air Defense Surveillance, Naval Surveillance,

Air Traffic Control, and Weather Surveillance Markets for

Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-81

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

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