Ground Based Radar Systems

Technology Service Corporation has an extensive history supporting Ground Based Radar Systems from various parts of DoD including the Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, and national test ranges. Included in our past performance database are systems such as Sentinel, Patriot, THAAD, LCMR and others. The company’s radar expertise resides across the US in all of our operating locations.


The Radar Target Generator, which was developed by TSC, is in the process of being upgraded to provide IFF Mode 4 replies along with the simulated targets. TSC is also supporting the army by incorporating FAA data into the army developed Composite Tracker Program.

TSC Phase IV Systems Operation is currently in the early stages of a program to fabricate a Proof of Manufacturing (POM) unit that will utilize all the processes which will be performed during full scale production. The Lower Tier Project Office is funding this effort. Prior to the POM fabrication, some minor changes to the design and manufacturing data package will be performed. This design and POM program represents a critical effort for Sustainment Electronics initiative.

Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)
TSC has been instrumental in the design and testing of the Terminal High Altitude Area Air Defense System (THAAD) throughout all phases of this Missile Defense Agency (MDA) asset.

US Marine Corps Systems
In direct support of PM, Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR), Program Executive Office – Land Systems (PEO-LS), Technology Service Corporation (TSC) presently provides PM G/ATOR systems engineering, logistics, and modeling and simulation support.

Light Weight Counter Mortar (LCMR)
TSC developed and demonstrated a Live Fire Test Simulator (LFTS, shown below) for the Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar (LCMR).  This simulator largely replaces the expensive live fire testing at Yuma Proving Ground. 

National Test Ranges
During FY 2009 TSC initiated on-site engineering support to our customer Manu Kai at the Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF) at Barking Sands, Kauai; the worlds largest instrumented, multi-dimensional testing and training missile range.

Air Force Radars
Virginia Operations’ Stafford Division is performing requirements assessments and technical evaluation of potential resources and product solutions for the US Air Force 3DELRR program.

Target Imaging Radar
TSC, in conjunction with MARK Resources Inc., recently developed the RF Imaging System for White Sands Missile Range under an SBIR Phase II contract. This X-band radar is shown in the figure below (the pedestal, van, and the optical devices shown were furnished by the Army).