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Israel’s Muti-Mission Radar Passes Czech Army Trials

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has announced that its Multi-Mission Radar (MMR) has passed rigorous military trials with the Czech Army.

The milestone opens the door to future cooperation to safeguard the European nation against sophisticated airborne threats.

It also allows IAI to transfer technology to various defense firms in the Czech Republic, paving the way for local production and lifetime maintenance support for the radar system.

“The advanced radars to the Czech Republic can simultaneously identify and classify hundreds of targets, drones, missile barrages, rockets, and other new threats in the arena,” the company said.

The MMR is currently integrated into NATO command and control through the Czech Republic.

‘Most Advanced Defense’

IAI’s MMR is designed to detect, track, and classify high and low flying targets, such as drones, cruise missiles, rockets, and mortars.

It generates a real-time air situation picture of aerial targets with high accuracy.

Additionally, the radar boasts a detection range of up to 256 nautical miles and a capacity of up to 1,100 targets.

Considered one of the world’s most advanced radar systems, the MMR has been acquired by various countries and integrated into air defense systems like the Barak and Iron Dome.

“IAI’s MMR radars can be found in all of Israel’s defensive systems, and have proven their operational effectiveness providing air situational picture for many years and assisting air and missile defense,” company vice president Yoav Tourgeman said.

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