ⓘ List of military electronics of the United States

                                     

ⓘ List of military electronics of the United States

This page lists types of American military electronic instruments along with brief descriptions of them. Electronic items of this sort are assigned designations according to the Joint Electronics Type Designation System, beginning with the AN/ prefix. They are grouped below by the first designation letter following this prefix.

                                     

1. G

  • AN/GRC-20
  • AN/GRC-24
  • AN/GRC-103: lightweight, general purpose radio relay, manufactured by Canadian Commercial Corp./Canadian Marconi Co., and Magnavox
  • AN/GRC-4
  • AN/GRC-3
  • AN/GSQ-16: Automatic Language Translator
  • AN/GVS-3: Laser Rangefinder, ruby laser cavity, used by artillery forward observers and 4.2-inch mortar forward observers with infantry and armor units, Martin Marietta, Ocala, FL
  • AN/GRC-30
  • AN/GRC-1
  • AN/GRC-11
  • AN/GRC-29
  • AN/GPG-1: Skysweeper antiaircraft weapon, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/GPN-7
  • AN/GRD-6 direction finder, manufactured by Sylvania Electric Products developed by RCA, Kenton Electric and Sylvania
  • AN/GPN-9
  • AN/GRC-5
  • AN/GPN-20: Airport Surveillance Radar USAF Modified ASR-8
  • AN/GPN-30: Airport Surveillance Radar ASR-11
  • AN/GSQ-272: Distributed Common Ground System
  • AN/GRC-26: Radioteletype rig
  • AN/GPN-8
  • AN/GRC-21
  • AN/GRC-8
  • AN/GSG-5 & AN/GSG-6: "BIRDIE" Nike missile CCCS
  • AN/GRC-10
  • AN/GRC-19
  • AN/GRC-14
  • AN/GRC-46: Radioteletype
  • AN/GRC-15
  • AN/GSQ-33: Burroughs SM-65 Atlas ICBM Guidance Computer MOD1
  • AN/GPN-5
  • AN/GRC-16
  • AN/GPN-10: Airport Surveillance Radar
  • AN/GRC-22
  • AN/GSG-9
  • AN/GSG-4
  • AN/GRC-17
  • AN/GRC-25
  • AN/GRC-23
  • AN/GSG-8
  • AN/GSG-10 TACFIRE
  • AN/GRC-28
  • AN/GPN-27: Airport Surveillance Radar USMC/USN ASR-8
  • AN/GRC-13
  • AN/GRC-9 SCR-694
  • AN/GPN-4
  • AN/GYK-29: battery computer system
  • AN/GRC-2
  • AN/GPN-3
  • AN/GRC-27
  • AN/GRR-5
  • AN/GRC-109: HF Radio Transmitter/Receiver/Powersupply used by Special Forces during Vietnam era
  • AN/GRC-7
  • AN/GSG-1
  • AN/GRN-1: ground radio beacon BC-901 transmitter
  • AN/GSQ-1
  • AN/GRC-18
  • AN/GYQ-7: data processing system
  • AN/GSG-3
  • AN/GSG-7
  • AN/GPN-6
  • AN/GRC-12
  • AN/GSG-2
  • AN/GRC-6
  • AN/GPN-1
  • AN/GPN-12: Airport Surveillance Radar ASR-7
  • AN/GPN-2
                                     

2. M

  • AN/MSG-4: Army mobile air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MRC-10
  • AN/MPQ-64
  • AN/MPX-6
  • AN/MSQ-77: mobile ground radar control unit deployed on Combat SkySpot
  • AN/MPN-T1: shore-based variant of AN/SPN-10 automatic landing system, Bell Aircraft Corp. under BuShips contract
  • AN/MRC-9
  • AN/MRN-5
  • AN/MPQ-6
  • AN/MPQ-8
  • AN/MPS-14: height finder
  • AN/MRC-2
  • AN/MSQ-1A: remote air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MPX-1
  • AN/MPN-26: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-3: ground control radar
  • AN/MLQ-16: Generator Set, 5 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-15: Generator Set, 15 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MPX-5
  • AN/MLQ-24: ground radio frequency receiver
  • AN/MPQ-13
  • AN/MPQ-53
  • AN/MPQ-7
  • AN/MPS-4
  • AN/MRN-7
  • AN/MPG-1: radar
  • AN/MPX-4
  • AN/MPQ-20
  • AN/MLQ-43: Generator Set, 3 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MSG-5: air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MPQ-14
  • AN/MRN-6
  • AN/MRC-6
  • AN/MPQ-55
  • AN/MPS-1
  • AN/MPQ-1
  • AN/MLQ-37: Generator Set, 10 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MPQ-51
  • AN/MPN-2: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-14: ground control radar
  • AN/MLQ-38: Generator Set, 10 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MPQ-33
  • AN/MSQ-104
  • AN/MPQ-65
  • AN/MPX-3
  • AN/MSQ-39
  • AN/MLQ-40: Generator Set, 30 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MRN-8
  • AN/MRN-10
  • AN/MPX-7
  • AN/MPQ-48
  • AN/MRN-3: jeep mounted, marker beacon
  • AN/MRN-2 Radio Range mounted in K-53 truck used with SCR-522
  • AN/MPS-2
  • AN/MRN-12: mobile control tower
  • AN/MPQ-5
  • AN/MPQ-37
  • AN/MSQ-13: interim air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MRN-11
  • AN/MLQ-35: Generator Set, 5 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MRN-4
  • AN/MPQ-9
  • AN/MPQ-12 Corporal II
  • AN/MRC-7
  • AN/MLQ-39: Generator Set, 15 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MPQ-4 Counter-mortar Firefinder Radar
  • AN/MPQ-15
  • AN/MPS-5
  • AN/MRC-1
  • AN/MRN-20: mobile control tower trailer mounted
  • AN/MPN-5: ground control radar
  • AN/MLQ-18: Generator Set, 10 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-41: Generator Set, 60 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MSA-6 computer Corporal II
  • AN/MPQ-50
  • AN/MSQ-35: radar bomb scoring central employed by RBS "Express"
  • AN/MPQ-62
  • AN/MRC-8
  • AN/MPQ-2
  • AN/MLQ-36: Generator Set, 5 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MPQ-11
  • AN/MSQ-1: Close Support Control Set, Reeves Instrument Corporation
  • AN/MRN-9
  • AN/MSQ-46: descendant of AN/MSQ-39
  • AN/MPS-36: mobile radar used to track missiles in flight at the WSMR
  • AN/MPQ-10
  • AN/MRC-3
  • AN/MLQ-42: Generator Set, 3 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-12: Generator Set, 60 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-10: Generator Set, 30 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MPQ-35: high/medium-altitude threat detection radar for MIM-23 Hawk surface-to-air missile system
  • AN/MPS-3
  • AN/MPQ-39
  • AN/MRN-1: localizer mounted in K-53 truck replaced SCR-241, used with RC-103
  • AN/MRQ-7: doppler radio Corporal II
  • AN/MPQ-46
  • AN/MPQ-57
  • AN/MPN-1: ground control radar
  • AN/MRC-5
  • AN/MPN-11: ground control radar
  • AN/MRR-5 radio receiver
  • AN/MPQ-34
  • AN/MPX-2
  • AN/MPQ-3
  • AN/MPQ-61
  • AN/MRC-4
                                     

3. P

  • AN/PPN-1: Radar Beacon
  • AN/PSQ-4
  • AN/PEQ-17
  • AN/PRC-14
  • AN/PSS-11: mine detector
  • AN/PRS-5: Mine detector
  • AN/PRC-103
  • AN/PSN-11: Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver PLGR
  • AN/PRS-4: Mine detector
  • AN/PRC-5
  • AN/PVS-5
  • AN/PRS-9: Anti-intrusion device
  • AN/PRC-140
  • AN/PAQ-3: Modular Universal Laser Equipment MULE
  • AN/PRS-3: Mine detector
  • AN/PRC-152: portable handheld radio, JTRS
  • AN/PRC-49
  • AN/PSG-2A: Digital Message Device
  • AN/PSQ-15
  • AN/PRC-1
  • AN/PRS-8: Mine detector
  • AN/PRS-1: Upgrade of original SCR-625 mine detector
  • AN/PAQ-4: Aiming laser
  • AN/PSS-12: mine detector
  • AN/PEQ-1: Special Operations Forces Laser Acquisition Marker SOFLAM
  • AN/PRC-150: Manpack multiband radio
  • AN/PRC-7
  • AN/PRC-32
  • AN/PRC-117G: Falcon III improved manpack radio
  • AN/PRC-16
  • AN/PEQ-16
  • AN/PRC-149
  • AN/PPN-7
  • AN/PRC-19
  • AN/PPN-6
  • AN/PVS-2: starlight scope
  • AN/PPS-10: Ground Surveillance Radar with Battlefield Identification Friend-or-Foe Capability, General Dynamics also known as GD Model 205
  • AN/PRC-6
  • AN/PRC-74: Army Manpack Radio, Hughes Aircraft
  • AN/PRC-125
  • AN/PRC-47
  • AN/PSS-13: mine detector
  • AN/PSS-1
  • AN/PRC-3
  • AN/PRC-119: SINCGARS Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System
  • AN/PEQ-6
  • AN/PSM-13: Battery tester for BA-4386
  • AN/PSS-10
  • AN/PRC-8
  • AN/PPS-5A: Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/PRC-11
  • AN/PVS-3: miniscope
  • AN/PPS-4: Portable Ground Surveillance Radar, also known as "Silent Sentry", Sperry Gyroscope, Surface Armament Division
  • AN/PYQ-7
  • AN/PVS-20
  • AN/PSQ-3
  • AN/PVS-4
  • AN/PRC-2
  • AN/PVS-7
  • AN/PRC-17
  • AN/PPS-15: Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/PAS7A: U.S. Army, Viewer, Infrared handheld. NSN 5855-01-093-3080
  • AN/PRC-10
  • AN/PRC-77: Radio Set for Forward Area, Manpack-Vehicle, VHF, FM-band, 3-5 Mile Range, a transistorised, lightweight, FM radio operating over a frequency range of 30-76 MC. It has 920 channels vs 350 channels in the substitute items and is used for short range communications. It also provides many and varied command and control channels for combat unit platoon and company level communications. Electrospace Corp., Garden City, L.I.
  • AN/PEQ-2: Infrared Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser ITPIAL
  • AN/PPN-5
  • AN/PRC-4
  • AN/PPN-2
  • AN/PRS-2: Mamie mine detector/Geiger counter
  • AN/PSS-14: mine detector
  • AN/PAS-7: U.S. Army, Viewer, Infrared handheld. NSN 5855-00-179-3169
  • AN/PRC-66: man-portable transceiver, UHF-band, 3.500 channels, 225-400 mc, 7 lbs, Collins Radio of Canada
  • AN/PPS-14: Listening Post Surveillance Device, developed by U.S. Army Land Warfare Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Grounds
  • AN/PRC-113
  • AN/PAS-6: U.S. Army Metascope, SU-43/U, Infrared. NSN 5855-790-6197; VARO Model 9902E
  • AN/PRC-13
  • AN/PRC-343: Integrated Intra Squad Radio IISR – Marconi H4855
  • AN/PAS-4: Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Weaponsight, Infrared. NSN 1090-00-790-6197; VARO Model 9903 and POLAN Model P-155. Primarily used on the M14 rifle during Vietnam
  • AN/PRC-112
  • AN/PVS-6
  • AN/PDR-56: Navy Radiac Meter
  • AN/PSQ-5
  • AN/PEQ-5
  • AN/PRT-4
  • AN/PEQ-15: Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Light ATPIAL
  • AN/PRC-70
  • AN/PRC-104: USMC Manpack Radio, Hughes Aircraft
  • AN/PRC-15
  • AN/PPS-9: Ground Surveillance Radar with Battlefield Identification Friend-or-Foe Capability, RCA
  • AN/PRR-9
  • AN/PSQ-1
  • AN/PAQ-1: Laser Target Designator LTD
  • AN/PVS-14
  • AN/PSM-6: Analog Volt-Ohm-Meter VOM
  • AN/PSQ-2
  • AN/PVS-8
  • AN/PSQ-20
  • AN/PRC-41
  • AN/PVS-1
  • AN/PRC-20
  • AN/PRC-117F: first SDR manpack radio
  • AN/PRC-18
  • AN/PRC-127: portable handheld radio
  • AN/PRC-9
  • AN/PRC-25: Radio Set for Forward Area, Manpack-Vehicle, FM, 3-5 Mile Range. Electrospace Corp., Garden City, L.I.
  • AN/PPN-3
  • AN/PRS-7: Mine detector, metallic and plastic
  • AN/PRC-12
  • AN/PDR-71: Navy Radiac Meter
  • AN/PYQ-10
  • AN/PRQ-7
  • AN/PSQ-10
  • AN/PRC-148: MBITR portable handheld radio, JTRS
  • AN/PRC-63
  • AN/PSQ-18
  • AN/PRC-65: man-portable transceiver, UHF-band, 1.120 channels, 100-156 mc, 6 lbs, Simmonds Precision Products, Inc.
  • AN/PSN-13
  • AN/PRS-6: Mine detector
  • AN/PVN-1: landing light set portable
  • AN/PAS-5: Driving Binoculars, a face mounted near infrared IR binocular used with auxiliary infrared radiation source, enabling the user to operate a vehicle during night hours
  • AN/PRC-90
  • AN/PPN-4
  • AN/PSN-4: LORAN Manpack Receiver for Army helicopters avionics, developed by Teledyne Systems, Inc., Northridge, California


                                     

4. S

  • AN/SPS-64: navigation radar, USN designation for Canadian LN-66 radar.
  • AN/SSQ-125: active sonobuoy
  • AN/SPN-45
  • AN/SPW-2: RIM-8 Talos guidance radar
  • AN/SAR-6: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared handheld or searchlight mounted. Mfg by Lewyt Mfg Corp.
  • AN/SYA-1: tactical display system
  • AN/SPS-67: surface search radar
  • AN/SPY-1: sea radar mounted on Ticonderoga -class cruisers and Arleigh Burke -class destroyers
  • AN/SPS-43: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-8: 2D height finding radar
  • AN/SPG-49: Illumination and tracking radar associated with RIM-8 Talos fire control system.
  • AN/SPQ-5: early beam emitting radar for early model Terrier missiles
  • AN/SAR-1: U.S. Navy, Viewer, Infrared handheld or searchlight mounted. Model MI-2558, MI-2558a; Mfg by RCA previously US/C-3 and US/C-3a
  • AN/SPG-51: sea missile fire control radar mounted on Charles F. Adams -class destroyers, Virginia -class cruisers, California -class cruisers, and Kidd -class destroyers.
  • AN/SSQ-47: range only active sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SPS-30: 3D air search radar
  • AN/SRC-31: receiver for Virginia -class cruisers
  • AN/SSQ-110: Extended Echo Ranging EER sonobuoy
  • AN/SSQ-23: omnidirectional Julie first low frequency passive sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SPA-25: Shipboard Radar Repeater transistorized
  • AN/SPS-12: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SQQ-32
  • AN/SSQ-77: Vertical Line Array Directional VLAD frequency analysis and recording sonobuoy
  • AN/SYS-1: Automatic Detection & Tracking System developed under the auspices of Naval Sea Systems Command by Applied Physics Laboratory, Howard County, MD, and manufactured by Hughes Aircraft Co., Fullerton, CA, Dynell Electronics Corp., NY, Univac, Electronic Communications Inc., FL
  • AN/SPN-43: air marshalling radar
  • AN/SPN-44: air traffic control radar
  • AN/SLQ-49: Chaff Buoy Decoy System
  • AN/SPS-55: surface search radar
  • AN/SSQ-86: Data Link Communications DLC sonobuoy
  • AN/SQS-56: hull mounted sonar system designed for the Oliver Hazard Perry -class frigates nicknamed "Hellen Keller"
  • AN/SSQ-963: Command Active Multi-Beam Sonobuoy CAMBS directional sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SQS-35: variable depth sonar system IVDS.
  • AN/SRC-9: radio navigation set for Virginia -class cruisers
  • AN/SPS-37: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-6: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SSQ-955: directional passive sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SSQ-573: directional low frequency active receiver sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SLQ-25: Naval Torpedo Decoy System "Nixie"
  • AN/SPS-29: sea radar
  • AN/SLQ-26: Naval Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Suite
  • AN/SSQ-2B: first mass-produced sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SQQ-89
  • AN/SPS-40: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SSQ-108: OUTBOARD and OUTBOARD II
  • AN/SYA-4: tactical display system
  • AN/SAR-2: U.S. Navy Infrared Receiving Set handheld. Viewer mfg by RCA.
  • AN/SPN-41
  • AN/SPS-52: sea radar
  • AN/SPY-3: sea radar to be mounted on the DDX and CGX classes
  • AN/SQS-38: hull-mounted version of the AN/SQS-35 designed for Hamilton -class Coast Guard cutters - removed in the 1990s
  • AN/SPG-53: Naval Gunfire Control Radar Director mounted on Belknap -class cruisers, Mitscher -class destroyers, Forrest Sherman -class destroyers, Farragut -class destroyers, Charles F. Adams -class destroyers, Knox -class frigates as well as others.
  • AN/SPN-35: automatic landing system radar
  • AN/SLQ-17: deception repeater for Virginia -class cruisers
  • AN/SSQ-565: multistatic low frequency active source sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SPA-66: Radar Indicator, Hazeltine Corp., Dero R&D Corp., Gulf Aerospace
  • AN/SPG-59: multifunction radar for Typhon combat system; canceled 1963
  • AN/SSQ-53: Directional Frequency Analysis and Recording DIFAR passive directional sonobuoy
  • AN/SPY-2
  • AN/SSQ-553: directional passive sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SQR-19: tactical towed array sonar system as part of the AN/SQQ-89 suite
  • AN/SPS-58: Low altitude 2D air search radar
  • AN/SLA-15: Naval Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Antenna Set
  • AN/SSQ-536: BathyThermograph BT sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SSQ-15: first production active sonobuoy, range-only B-size sonobuoy obsolete – replaced in the late 1960s by the lighter A-size AN/SSQ-47
  • AN/SSQ-20: an Americanized version of the British T-1946 directional sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SSQ-906: Low Frequency Analysis and Recording LOFAR omnidirectional sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SPN-10: shipboard automatic landing system, Bell Aircraft Corp. under BuShips contract
  • AN/SSQ-48: omnidirectional Jezebel LOFAR passive sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SSQ-101: Air Deployable Active Receiver ADAR sonobuoy
  • AN/SLQ-32: Naval Electronic Warfare Suite
  • AN/SQR-20: Passive-Only Towed Array Sonar System TASS now known as the TB-37U
  • AN/SQS-53: sea sonar
  • AN/SPG-62: sea fire control radar
  • AN/SSQ-42: Extended Echo Ranging EER directional sonobuoy, Hazeltine
  • AN/SQR-17: sonobuoy processor part of the LAMPS system used on Knox, Oliver Hazard Perry, Spruance -class ships
  • AN/SSQ-28: omnidirectional Jezebel LOFAR passive sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SPS-48: 3D sea air search radar
  • AN/SSQ-75: Expendable Reliable Acoustic Path Sonobuoy ERAPS active sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SPS-49: sea air search radar
  • AN/SSQ-41: Low Frequency Analysis and Recording LOFAR passive sonobuoy obsolete – replaced both AN/SSQ-23 and AN/SSQ-28
  • AN/SYS-2: sea mission computer
  • AN/SSQ-36: BathyThermograph BT sonobuoy
  • AN/SPQ-11: sea space tracking radar, Cobra Judy
  • AN/SSQ-57: Low Frequency Analysis and Recording LOFAR sonobuoy obsolete – was merged with DIFAR AN/SSQ-53
  • AN/SQS-23: transducer naval aircraft Massa Division of Dynamics Corp. of America, Hazeltine Corporation
  • AN/SPN-42: automatic carrier landing system radar
  • AN/SPG-55: sea missile fire control radar mounted on Belknap -class cruisers, Leahy -class cruisers and Farragut -class destroyers. It was also used on the nuclear-powered single units USS Long Beach, USS Bainbridge and USS Truxtun.
  • AN/SAR-7: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared handheld or searchlight mounted. Mfg by VARO Inc and B&B Mfg Co.
  • AN/SPA-4: Shipboard Radar Repeater tube model
  • AN/SPQ-10
  • AN/SPG-60: sea missile fire control radar mounted on Charles F. Adams -class destroyers
  • AN/SPS-39: 3D air search radar
  • AN/SSQ-62: Directional Command Activated Sonobuoy System DICASS active sonobuoy, developed and manufactured under the auspices of Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, PA, by Sparton Corp., Jackson, MI, and Raytheon, Newport, RI
  • AN/SSQ-50: Command Activated Sonobuoy System CASS sonobuoy obsolete – was introduced to replace AN/SSQ-47
  • AN/SSQ-1: Magnavox prototype sonobuoy obsolete
  • AN/SQQ-23: sea sonar
  • AN/SPS-73: surface search radar
  • AN/SQQ-34: carrier ASW suite
  • AN/SPA-256: Display used with AN/SPS-55 Radar, Cardion Electronics, Inc.
  • AN/SQR-18: tactical towed array sonar system used on Knox -class ships
  • AN/SPN-46
  • AN/SPS-33: sea radar mounted on Long Beach -class cruisers and the Enterprise -class aircraft carrier
  • AN/SPS-32: sea radar mounted on Long Beach -class cruisers and the Enterprise -class aircraft carrier
  • AN/SSQ-926: active transmitter sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics
  • AN/SPS-10: 2D surface search radar
  • AN/SPQ-9: sea fire control radar
  • AN/SQS-26: sea sonar
  • AN/SAR-7A: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared handheld or searchlight mounted. Mfg by VARO Inc
  • AN/SSQ-46: EER directional sonobuoy, General Electric
  • AN/SAR-4: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared searchlight mounted. Mfg by Lewyt Mfg Corp.
                                     

5. T

  • AN/TPS-68: Tactical Weather Radar
  • AN/TPQ-10
  • AN/TPN-2 Rebecca/Eureka transponding radar
  • AN/TPS-11
  • AN/TMQ-22: portable weather observing pack which measures ambient pressure, temperature, dew point, surface wind, and precipitation, Cambridge Systems, Inc.
  • AN/TPS-72
  • AN/TPS-58 Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-18
  • AN/TSQ-81 COMBAT SKYSPOT ground directed bombing unit, transportable version of AN/MSQ-77.
  • AN/TYQ-23 Transportable Automated Air Command and Control System
  • AN/TPS-15
  • AN/TSQ-179: Joint-STARS Common Ground Station CGS
  • AN/TAS-3
  • AN/TPX-46: Interrogator Set, ground portion of the DOD AIMS Mark XII IFF System used with MIM-23 Hawk, MIM-14 Nike Hercules, and Army Air Defense Control and Coordination Systems, it is also used in conjunction with Ground Control Approach Radar. Manufactured by Hazeltine Corp., Little Neck, N.Y.
  • AN/TPQ-49 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar v2
  • AN/TSQ-178: Joint-STARS ground station
  • AN/TYQ-1: Tactical Air Command Central TACC, a cornerstone of the Marine Air Command and Control System MACCS, Philco-Ford
  • AN/TPS-41: mobile weather radar that can detect, locate, and determine size, shape, intensity, and movement of precipitation, natural clouds and nuclear clouds out to a range of 160 n.m.
  • AN/TGC-14A: lightweight teletypewriter set, developed as a commercial teleprinter MITE Mod 104 by the Mite Corp. not to be confused with Mitre Corp., a small business
  • AN/TPS-78
  • AN/TVQ-2 Ground/Vehicular Laser Locator Designator G/VLLD
  • AN/TRW-1: target control transmitting equipment
  • AN/TTC: transportable telephone switchboards
  • AN/TSM-5
  • AN/TPS-9
  • AN/TRC-1: radio relay station
  • AN/TRC-25: radio
  • AN/TSC-62: Technical Control Facility
  • AN/TMQ-53: transportable meteorological observing system TMOS
  • AN/TSM-9
  • AN/TPY-2 THAAD
  • AN/TPS-42 Mobile air surveillance radar, man-pack, low frequency, UHF-band, 3-D radar, solid state except for power transmitter tubes and cathode-ray tubes display, 50 mi coverage, developed by RADC, antennas by Goodyear/Loral
  • AN/TPS-63: Mobile 2D surveillance radar
  • AN/TYQ-2: Tactical Air Operations Central TAOC, MACCS, Litton
  • AN/TPS-70
  • AN/TPS-2
  • AN/TRC-3: radio relay station
  • AN/TVS-5
  • AN/TPS-4
  • AN/TSQ-91: Air Force Tactical Air Control System/Tactical Air Defense System
  • AN/TSM-126
  • AN/TRQ-23: receiving set
  • AN/TRC-77: radio
  • AN/TPN-1: radar beacon big Eureka Rebecca/Eureka transponding radar
  • AN/TSM-4: crystal tester TS-384 Standard Oscillator
  • AN/TSM-10
  • AN/TPS-77: transportable version of the AN/FPS-117 solid state phased array radar
  • AN/TYQ-3: Tactical Data Communications Central TDCC, MACCS, Collins Radio and Univac
  • AN/TRD-4: direction finder
  • AN/TSM-136: automated spectral analysis system under development in 1978, never completed/fielded
  • AN/TPS-59: transportable air surveillance and theater ballistic missile TBM detection radar
  • AN/TPS-12
  • AN/TPS-7
  • AN/TPQ-37
  • AN/TPS-1D Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TRN-30: low frequency beacon, LORAN
  • AN/TPS-17
  • AN/TPS-22 Search and acquisition radar. Antenna reflector was on inside of rotating inflatable radome. USMC
  • AN/TPS-13
  • AN/TSC-88: mobile satellite communications
  • AN/TPS-1G Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPQ-36
  • AN/TSW-7: Air Force Tower LORAN Manual Air Terminal
  • AN/TPQ-31: radar
  • AN/TRC-97
  • AN/TPL-1: searchlight radar
  • AN/TPS-44 Air surveillance radar
  • AN/TSQ-51: "Missile Mentor" Nike missile CCCS computer
  • AN/TPS-14
  • AN/TPS-1 Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-43
  • AN/TLQ-17: communications and countermeasures system
  • AN/TPN-3
  • AN/TPS-6
  • AN/TPS-71: ROTHR Relocatable Over-the-Horizon Radar
  • AN/TPS-20
  • AN/TRC-2 SCR-694
  • AN/TPS-8
  • AN/TPN-4
  • AN/TAS-4 A thermal imaging night sight developed by Texas Instruments for the U.S. Army
  • AN/TPS-10
  • AN/TRC-80
  • AN/TPQ-43: Seek Score
  • AN/TSM-6: test set for type AN/SSQ-2 Sonobuoys
  • AN/TRC-4: radio relay station
  • AN/TRA-1: signal booster for AN/TRC-1, -3, and -4
  • AN/TAS-1
  • AN/TPS-19
  • AN/TPS-16
  • AN/TSM-8
  • AN/TRQ-30: man pack assembly
  • AN/TPS-3
  • AN/TSM-3: crystal tester TS-330 Standard Oscillator
  • AN/TPS-32 lightweight amphibious assault radar
  • AN/TSQ-198: Tactical Terminal Control System
  • AN/TPS-75: transportable 3-dimensional air search radar
  • AN/TSM-7
  • AN/TSM-1: crystal tester TS-39 Standard Oscillator
  • AN/TMQ-19: meteorological radar for use in AN/UMQ-7 system, Servo Corporation of America
  • AN/TRC-75
  • AN/TSM-2
  • AN/TPQ-48 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar
  • AN/TPS-25 Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TAS-2 IR sight for 106mm recoilless rifle
  • AN/TPS-34 Search and acquisition radar. Had incoherent MTI. Used by USMC and RAF
  • AN/TSQ-73: Army Tactical Air Control System/Tactical Air Defense System "Missile Minder"
  • AN/TPS-5
                                     

6. U

  • AN/UGC-16: teletype, Teletype Corp.
  • AN/USD-2
  • AN/USQ-208: Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services CANES
  • AN/USQ-124: Tactical Intelligence TACINTEL
  • AN/URC-32 Shipboard HF Transceiver
  • AN/UYA-4: tactical display system
  • AN/URC-68
  • AN/UYK-7: sea-based computer
  • AN/URD-4: navigation direction finder for use with Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/UCC-4
  • AN/UPX-37
  • AN/UQQ-2
  • AN/UPR-2: ionospheric sounder for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/URC-10
  • AN/UYS-2: acoustic sonobuoy processor; possibly improved
  • AN/UYK-20: sea-based computer
  • AN/UYK-1: submarine-based computer for TRANSIT NAVSAT location system
  • AN/URQ-10 Frequency Standard
  • AN/USQ-144: Automated Digital Network System ADNS
  • AN/USD-1 Drone
  • AN/USR-1: Airborne Surveillance Receiver Watkins-Johnson
  • AN/USM-247: Versatile Avionics Shop Test VAST System, a computer-controlled integrated system of testing modules and response monitors for aircraft carriers and shore-based installations to test avionics subsystems in the F-14A, E-2C and S-3A weapons systems, PRD Electronics prime
  • AN/URC-11
  • AN/UYA-1: tactical display system
  • AN/USC-61 Digital Modular Radio
  • AN/UYS-1: acoustic sonobuoy processor
  • AN/UGC-49: Teletypewriter
  • AN/UMQ-7: Army Meteorological Data Sounding System with airborne elements installed on a fast-rise balloon, which includes radar AN/TMQ-19, balloons and radiosondes which measures temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, and atmospheric pressure up to an altitude of 30 km. This data is used for artillery ballistic corrections. Engelhard Industries, Inc.
  • AN/UYK-44: sea-based computer
  • AN/UPS-1: limited range "gap-filler" search radar; designed to fit in a single landing craft; USMC and RAF
  • AN/UYK-43: sea-based computer
  • AN/USQ-20: sea-based computer
  • AN/USQ-17: sea-based computer
  • AN/UDM-1: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/URM-25D Signal Generator
  • AN/UPN-2: radar beacon BUPS
  • AN/URQ-13 Frequency Standard radio for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/URN-25: Beacon, together with the OE-273V antenna, transmits and receives coded radio signals to and from TACAN equipped aircraft so that aircraft can determine identity of vessel and aircraft distance and bearing from beacon. Gould NavCom Systems AN/URN-25; ITT Avionics OE-273
  • AN/UGC-20: teletype, Stelma Co.
  • AN/URC-64
  • AN/UYK-3: sea-based computer
  • AN/URC-4
  • AN/URN-20: TACAN navigation system for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/USQ-148: SCI Networks
  • AN/ULQ-6
  • AN/UYQ-70: combat direction system
  • AN/UYK-8: sea-based computer
  • AN/UDM-6: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/UDM-7: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/UYQ-21: tactical display system
  • AN/UYK-19: naval electronic warfare computer
  • AN/UPN-3: radar beacon BUPSX was AN/PPN-6
  • AN/USC-42 Miniaturized Demand-Assigned Multiple Access Mini-DAMA SATCOM transceiver
  • AN/UPN-1: radar beacon BUPS Beacon Ultra Portable S-Band
  • AN/URQ-9 Frequency Standard
  • AN/UPN-4: radar beacon BUPSX was AN/PPN-7
  • AN/UPX-39: Interrogator System
  • AN/URC-14
  • AN/UDM-2: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/UPX-137: IFF system test set


                                     

7. V

  • AN/VRC-102
  • AN/VRC-101
  • AN/VRC-11
  • AN/VRC-44
  • AN/VRC-92F SINCGARS
  • AN/VRC-1
  • AN/VRC-111
  • AN/VRC-14
  • AN/VDR-1: Army Vehicular Radiac Meter, Nuclear Corporation of America
  • AN/VRC-104
  • AN/VSS-1: searchlight, Xenon, 2.2KW, tank, jeep, or tower-mounted, provides a visible or infrared IR illumination source for troops equipped with M60 series or M48A2 tanks, modified ¼-ton trucks jeeps, or stationary towers. It provides perimeter defense and battlefield lighting visible mode, extends the range of infrared IR viewing devices, and provides a capability to track and fire on targets visible or IR. Electro Space Corp., New York, NY, and VARO, Inc. Garland, Tex.
  • AN/VRC-2
  • AN/VRC-87 SINCGARS
  • AN/VRC-89
  • AN/VRC-90
  • AN/VRC-88
  • AN/VRC-109
  • AN/VRC-4
  • AN/VRC-7 general use
  • AN/VRC-100
  • AN/VRC-91
  • AN/VRC-10 Infantry
  • AN/VRC-12 1st Universal use radio
  • AN/VRC-13
  • AN/VRC-105
  • AN/VRC-15
  • AN/VRC-103
  • AN/VRC-110
  • AN/VRC-9 Artillery
  • AN/VRW-1: target control receiving equipment
  • AN/VRC-3 SCR-300 with power pack.
  • AN/VIR-31A: Receiver for H-3 and S-3 aircraft, manufactured by Rockwell International-Collins Defense Communications Group to be used in AN/ARN-126 system
  • AN/VRC-108
  • AN/VRC-106
  • AN/VRC-6
  • AN/VRC-5
  • AN/VRC-107
  • AN/VRC-16
  • AN/VPS-2
  • AN/VRC-8 Armor


                                     

8. W

  • AN/WSN-7 Ring Laser Gyro Navigation System WR Systems
  • AN/WRT-2 Shipboard HF Transmitter
  • AN/WLR-11
  • AN/WSC-3 UHF SATCOM shipboard terminal
  • AN/WLR-1
  • An/WLQ-4 Submarine Electronic Support Measures system
  • AN/WRT-1 Shipboard HF Transmitter
  • AN/WLR-8: Shipboard spectrum scan and analysis receiver, designed to be utilized in surface ships and submarines. Part of the Ships Advanced Electronic Warfare SAEW package
  • AN/WLR-9
  • AN/WQX-2
  • AN/WSC-1 UHF SATCOM shipboard terminal, Collins Radio Co.
                                     
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