AN/APY-11 Multimode Radar

Harris as a prime contractor supports the U.S. Coast Guard’s Long Range Surveillance HC-130J aircraft. The U.S. Coast Guard uses the AN/APY-11 to intercept drug smugglers, locate stranded boats and track ice in the North Atlantic. The radar has also been used to support the mapping of oil spills of national significance (SONS), such as the Deep Water Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The AN/APY-11 multi-mode radar is capable of detecting and tracking ships, aircraft, ground moving vehicles, and Search and Rescue transponders together with high resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR/ISAR) imaging of ships, terrain and coastal features.

Full 360 degree radar coverage installed in a variety of aircraft worldwide

This radar has been installed for 360⁰ coverage in the aircraft belly and in the nose of multiple aircraft worldwide, such as the C-130J, P-3, Dornier 328, etc. It is available with a variety of different antennas tailored to the specific installation.  Harris supports the AN/APY-11 installation, training and maintenance.