Designed to fit the U.S. Army's Integrated Air and Missile Defense architecture, Raytheon’s proposed LTAMDS is built with new technology for better performance.

Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor (LTAMDS)

Now Is No Time For A Blind Spot

Air and missile threats are advancing and evolving. As the U.S. Army embarks on a radar renaissance, Raytheon is designing and developing a potential solution for the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor, or LTAMDS, competition.

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Raytheon's proposal is designed to be fully operable with the U.S. Army’s existing architecture. It draws from a portfolio of combat-proven capabilities and radar modular assemblies that are scalable and configurable. Significant testing hours in our open-air range provide the confidence that Raytheon’s proposed radar will meet the LTAMDS requirements and mission.

Raytheon’s LTAMDS potential solution expands battlespace coverage to protect soldiers from advanced air and missile threats. Its design helps the U.S. Army prevail when they confront the “tyranny of distance” in places like the Pacific theater, where the vast expanse of ocean complicates communications and situational understanding.  

Raytheon is a pioneer in Gallium Nitride, or GaN, technology, and is infusing the powerful semiconductor material into its LTAMDS design to bring advanced capability to soldiers faster than ever before. 
 

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