Dassault first past the post with European AESA radar
The French defence procurement agency, DGA, officially took delivery of the Rafale C137 last week in a move that signals the first time a European fighter has been equipped with an active electronically scanned array, or AESA, radar.
With the unveiling Dassault, together with its partner Thales, have brought an AESA radar to market before its big rivals the Eurofighter consortium and Saab with its Gripen fighter. The company is also looking to export the technology to Brazil and India alt...
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