- Covertly detects and tracks aerial targets
- Exploits analog FM broadcasting and Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) for non-emitting aerial targets detection using non-cooperative transmissions
- Immune to jamming
ELTA Systems, IAI’s Group, and subsidiary unveil its new Passive Coherent Location System (PCL). The system enables the creation of an air situation picture that tracks non-emitting targets using non-cooperative transmitters. It detects and tracks aerial threats based on target reflection from non-cooperative transmissions from FM or Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) towers. The reflections are received by one or a network of antennas, providing 3D real-time omnidirectional coverage for tracking multiple targets in congested airborne traffic.
The PCL system is simple to deploy and can be located on remote borders, as well as in urban areas. Installation can include one sensor or a cluster of sensors for redundancy and improved coverage of specific problematic areas. The sites are connected to the central PCL command and control processing unit via a dedicated data link.
The new system is already deployable and provides real-time aerial mapping, of non-emitting threats.
VP AND General Manager of IAI/ELTA’s Intelligence, Communications and EW division, Adi Dulberg, said, “We are proud to introduce the new PCL system developed by IAI/ELTA, that detects and classifies aerial risks without unveiling the locator. The PCL system creates air situation picture and can be deployed independently or as an additional layer for air control radars, as part of a multi-disciplinary air situation picture”