Radar antenna 000-11470-001
for boatsfor yachtsopen array

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Application domain
for boats, for yachts
open array


Halo™ radar delivers an unprecedented mix of long and short detection range, with precise target definition and minimal clutter. Quick start-up and maximum ocean-going reliability ensure you have coverage when you need it, while low-power pulsed transmissions mean Halo Radar is even safe to run in anchorages and marinas. See Near and Far, Simultaneously Halo™ radar delivers an unprecedented mix of short and long range performance with its 4-foot open array, from just six metres (20 feet) to as far as 64 nautical miles. Monitor two distance ranges simultaneously in Dual Range mode, and take full advantage of Halo radar to keep an eye on faraway weather cells while monitoring channel markers and high speed watercraft up close. Pulse Compression technology means no compromises in detection at either range. Advanced digital signal processing helps to eliminate sea clutter, while Beam Sharpening technology provides enhanced separation between small or distant targets. Safety, Weather, and Bird-Finder Radar Halo radar delivers a comprehensive range of features to enhance your situational awareness and on-water safety. Monitor selected collision hazards with MARPA target tracking Key Features True 64nm range with 4-foot open array antenna Beam Sharpening for enhanced target separation Simultaneous Dual Range operation Dedicated Harbour, Offshore, Weather, and Bird modes High-speed 48 RPM operation for rapid updates Ready instantly from standby, and in 16-25 seconds from power-on MARPA target tracking (up to 10 targets, 20 in dual range) VelocityTrack™ Doppler technology for collision avoidance


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