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Radar and Fire Control

TSC develops turnkey radar and fire control systems that enhance the performance of ground systems.

We have proven capabilities in areas such as Antennas, Exciters, Receivers, Transmitters, Digital Signal Processors, Arbitrary Waveform Generators, Missile Datalinks, Fire Control Algorithms, Enhanced Target Range and Classification, and much more. We provide support for integration and test activities to ensure success from the laboratory to the field.

RF Subsystems

We develop all RF and digital subsystems necessary for radar systems including Antennas, Exciters, Receivers, Transmitters, Digital Signal Processors, and Arbitrary Waveform Generators.

Sentinel radar operators with the 188th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, North Dakota Army National Guard participate in the Global Information Dominance Experiment 3 and Architecture and Demonstration Evaluation 5 in Camp Grayling, Michigan, July 14, 2021. North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, NORAD and USNORTHCOM, in partnership with all 11 Combatant Commands, led the third in a series of Global Information Dominance Experiments designed to rapidly develop the capabilities required to increase deterrence options in competition and crisis through a data-centric software-based approach. GIDE events combine people and technology to innovate and accelerate system development for domain awareness, information dominance, decisional superiority, and global integration. The GIDE 3 experiment was executed in conjunction with the Department of the Air Force's Chief Architect Office (DAF CAO) as part of their fifth Architecture Demonstration and Evaluation event (ADE 5), and the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center. (US Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Amy Picard)

Phased Array Antennas

TSC Specializes in Phased Array Antenna Design including both passive and active electronically scanned arrays (AESA).  Our AESA designs are scalable and leverage telecom T/R module technology to create low cost AESAs.

Active Protection System photo - shows explosion of incoming projectile before striking vehicle

Active Protection Systems

TSC developed the sensor, a phase interferometer, as well as the signal processor and fire control system for the Close-In Active Protection System installed on Stryker Armored Combat Vehicles.

anechoic chamber

Research & Rapid Development

Our facilities are equipped with fabrication and integration laboratories as well as an anechoic chamber. We provide antenna design support, testing support or end-to-end solutions.

Systems Engineering & Analysis

Systems engineering support includes theoretical analysis, requirements generation, test planning, test execution and test data analysis in both real-time and post-mission.

  • Testable Component Environment (TCE) integrates tactical code onto a PC and models targets, weather, wind, sea clutter, debris, chaff, jamming, and land features
  • BMDS radar models supports multiple radar and EO/IR sensors
  • Full 3D scenario simulations show detections, hand-overs and intercepts
  • Radar detection and track timelines determined for each threat trajectory

Mission Support

TSC provides continued support for Sentinel radar. TSC redesigned the Transmitter Control Unit (TCU) and Power amplifier module Interface Card (PIC).

  • Radar Target Generator Development
  • Target Injection Unit Development
  • Field Support
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