Ask the OEM.- I freely confess I hadn't considered the possibility of using APS sensors for C-UAS purposes. I am not aware of this having been demonstrated, although it would be interesting to compare how they would perform vis a vis a purpose built AD system. How would the detection ranges compare? Sensor footprints? EW resistance? etc. Again, being able to bring all of the weapons of the armoured force to bear on this problem strikes me as a no-brainer, just a question of how you do it.
But here's my 2 shekels:
Radio systems are ultra versatile.
Any radio system can transmit/receive/both, can influence the 3 fundamental properties of a transmitted EM wave (power, frequency, phase) in any way desired, and can interpret a received EM way in any way desired as well.
As long as the transmitter can synthesize a frequency that is supported by the antennas and is suitable for searching and tracking objects kilometers away, then your current system is good to go and won't fall short of any other.
I've proven once that Trophy's radars for example could theoretically detect a target 100km away with a near ideal reflection, or even more. It'll take time but if you want I can show you.
The T-14 for example uses its APS to search and track targets at up to 100km.
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