Radar for Air Traffic Control (ATC)

Air traffic control (ATC) radar systems use radio waves to detect aircraft and to determine the range, angle, or velocity in. They are the backbone of global civil aviation and have to work around the clock, 365 days a year. ATC radar uses the frequency range of S- and L-band, the primary ("PSR – Primary Surveillance Radar") and secondary ("SSR – Secondary Surveillance Radar") surveillance radar frequencies.

Where maximum reliability, a long service life and virtually maintenance-free operation is required, SPINNER develops and manufactures custom-designed solutions – rotary joints and other rf components - for rotating air traffic control radar applications. In addition, any combination of transmission technologies at an air traffic radar site can be combined: high power, data, fibre optic, fast Ethernet and RF signals.

If you can’t find a product according to your specifications online, please contact our sales team by email with the specification needed.