A1000, A1000M

a1000, a1000m

A1000, A1000M radar extractor


A1000 Radar Extractor is designed to provide:

  • receiving and processing of radar signals from surveillance analogue radars;
  • receiving and processing of IFF signals;
  • automatic targets detection and measuring of their coordinates in clutter and noise conditions;
  • decoding of response data;
  • suppression of multi-reflections, sidelobe plots and background reflections;
  • transmitting of information about detected targets to the consumers in digital form.

Technical parameters of the Extractor allow its integration with any surveillance analogue radar.

Primary data processing:

  • stabilized probability of false alarm in different jamming conditions;
  • suppression of reflections from local targets and weather formations;
  • target splitting probability: less than 0,001;
  • range detection accuracy (mean square error): 0.3 pulse duration (pd);
  • azimuth detection accuracy (mean square error): 0.2 beam width (BW);
  • detection resolution: 1.4 pd, 1.4 BW.

Information output:

  • channel: serial synchronous or asynchronous;
  • interface: RS-232C;
  • protocol: HDLC, ASTERIX;
  • speed: adjustable, up to 19 Kbps;
  • composition: coordinate and respond information of detected air targets.


  • one hundred percent “hot” duplication of equipment, with automatic switchover (optional);
  • automatic self- testing and diagnostics;
  • built-in uninterruptable power supply system;
  • mean-time-between-failures 10000 hours.


  • 15″ colour indicator provides displaying of air situation, control, diagnostic and testing data (built-in or remote);
  • real-time displaying of radar, IFF, direction finding and diagnostic information.

User interface:

  • windowed interface with windows management capabilities (moving, opening, closing, re-sizing);
  • displaying of azimuth-distance marks with possibility of switching on/off;
  • “raw” and “cleaned” video displaying with possibility of on/off switching for each radar channel;
  • displaying of detected plots;
  • scaling capability, range 10 to 400 km with 1 km discrete;
  • picture off-centring and re-centring capability;
  • zooming mode;
  • range and bearing vector for measuring of distance and relative azimuth between selected points;
  • processing parameters control and adjustment through dedicated windows;
  • input signals quality control through dedicated windows;
  • control and management of data transmission channels.


  • connection to eventually all radar types;
  • available in different configurations: wall-mounted, tabletop, or standalone rack-mounted;
  • full duplication capability;
  • data output adaptation according to user requirements: channel, format, protocol, speed are adjustable;
  • easy integration of secondary channel data: civil SSR (Mode 1, 2, 3/A, C) and military;
  • automatic correlation of PSR and SSR data;
  • automatic track generation capability (optional);
  • time synchronisation with external source and plot time stamping.

 Main Advantages:

  • high availability;
  • easy maintainability and serviceability;
  • modular structure, state-of-art design principles;
  • maximal usage of COTS hardware;
  • easy-to-use, friendly interface;
  • high processing characteristics;
  • enhancing of radar detection parameters;
  • fully automatic processing;
  • total monitoring and control with permanent status display;
  • sophisticated adaptive processing algorithms;
  • minimal site requirements;
  • low power consumption;
  • cost-effective solution;
  • adaptation to Customer requirements.