range discrimination

range discrimination

[′rānj di‚skrim·ə¦nā·shən]
(engineering)
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In a landmark demonstration, Lockheed Martin connected key components of its Aegis Ashore and Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) technologies, validating the ability to greatly increase operational performance, efficiency and reliability of Aegis Ashore.
In April USACE Alaska District awarded a design-bid-build contract for the Long Range Discrimination Radar's (LRDR) mission control facility at Clear to UNIT-ASRC Construction LLC, based in Anchorage.
It was revealed in media reports in mid-August that the United States Air Force' Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) which is being constructed at Clear airbase in central Alaska will commence service in 2020, following an award to Lockheed Martin for $784 million to this end in October 2015.
Lockheed Martin has developed and produced ground based radar systems for more than 40 years, and our latest open-architecture prototype leverages building blocks from several other successful radar products, including the Q-53, Long Range Discrimination Radar and Space Fence.
The system, called the Long Range Discrimination Radar, is expected to begin operations in 2020.
Presolicitation: Construction Of Long Range Discrimination Radar (Lrdr) Mission Control Facility (Mcf) Clear Afs Alaska (Clr039a)
The Missile Defense Agency, under the US Department of Defense, awarded a team led by Lockheed Martin a contract to develop, build, and test the Long Range Discrimination Radar.
ASRC Federal Mission Solutions has been appointed as a key contributor to offer assistance in the test and development of the Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) with the Lockheed Martin team.
Lockheed Martin said that it will direct a team responsible for developing, building and testing Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) to sustain layered ballistic missile defense plan to protect the U.
Defense contractor Lockheed Martin ( LMT ) stated that the Missile Defense Agency awarded a team, managed by the company, a contract to develop, build and test the Long Range Discrimination Radar or LRDR.
A $784,289,883 fixed-price incentive deal has been secured by Lockheed Martin Corp, with options to formulate, deploy, test, and run a Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR).
The Clear radar system known as Long Range Discrimination Radar helps defense sites distinguish between live warheads and countermeasures that are intended to confuse interceptor missile.