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Terma To Develop Countermeasures Signal Processor For EADS Missile Warner System

The AN/AAR-60(V)2 MILDS F is based on the MILDS sensor proven in service aboard Tiger, NH90 (pictured), CH-47 and C-130 aircraft. The MILDS F is optimized for use on fighter aircraft against shoulder-fired infrared-guided missiles which cannot by detected by current warning systems. It can be installed either into pylons or into the fuselage of a fighter aircraft.

Lystrup, Denmark (SPX) Oct 12, 2005
Terma has been awarded a contract from EADS Deutschland GmbH for development and manufacture of the Countermeasures Signal Processor (CSP) for the EADS Defence Electronics MILDS AAR-60(V)2 Missile Warner System.

The AAR-60(V)2 is a fighter version of the MILDS AAR-60 system which is operational on several transport and helicopter platforms. The launch customer for the AAR-60(V)2 is the Royal Danish Air Force (RDAF) who signed contracts with EADS for delivery of the AAR-60(V)2 and with Terma for integration of the system on the Danish F-16s.

The CSP is the controller of the AAR-60(V)2 system, and it is being installed in Terma modified Wing Weapon Pylons (PIDS+ and ECIPS+) where the CSP is interfacing to Terma Electronic Warfare Management System in the F-16 cockpit. This mission customized installation will be the first fully integrated, operational MWS on the F-16 where it is a major improvement of the survivability of the aircraft.

The close cooperation on the Danish program between EADS and Terma has developed into joint marketing of the AAR-60(V)2 installation for other customers.

Terma is a leading Denmark based defense and aerospace company and is a proven developer of electronic warfare systems, reconnaissance systems, and aeronautic structures for high-performance military aircraft. These systems include the ALQ-213 automated threat aversion control system which is deployed on over 1,600 F-16s and other aircrafts worldwide.

The business activities of Terma include products and systems for a number of civil and military applications, including S/X-band radars and radar systems, naval command and control systems, air defense systems, communication systems and applications and services for space purposes and air traffic management.

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Terma to develop Countermeasures Signal Processor for EADS Missile Warner System
Lystrup, Denmark (SPX) Oct 12, 2005
Terma has been awarded a contract from EADS Deutschland GmbH for development and manufacture of the Countermeasures Signal Processor (CSP) for the EADS Defence Electronics MILDS AAR-60(V)2 Missile Warner System.







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