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MIL-HDBK-162A
Volume 1
15 December 1965
Section 1
DATE: 15 April 1964
ITEM NAME: RADAR SET
COGNIZANT SERVICE: USAF
TYPE: AN/GPS-3
FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER: 5840-524-0664
USA
USN
USAF
USMC
STATUS OR TYPE CLASSIFICATION
Std
Mfg(s) Name or Code Number: General Electric Company
through any sector of 40 to 120 degrees with the center
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
of the sector at any azimuth position. This radar set
includes a coherent video cancellation type of a range
Radar Set AN/GPS-3 is used to back-up the search
indicator, and a PPI for monitoring received target video
function of a primary surveillance radar set.  The
or for general testing.  The antenna circuits for IFF
AN/GPS-3 equipment has a maximum target detection
equipment are included in Radar Set AN/GPS-3. The
range of 200 nautical miles.  The antenna reflector
AN/GPS-3 is composed of a surveillance radar set,
mounted on Tower AB-397/FPS-8 may be manually
Tower AB397/FPS-8, and Radar Recognition Set
preset to the desired angle of vertical tilt and may be
AN/UPX-6.
rotated in forward or reverse direction through 360
Either Arctic Tower AB-313/FPS-8 or Temperate
degrees in azimuth.  The reflector may be scanned
AN-GPS-3: 1
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