Radar system should be
able to provide 360 degrees coverage to detect sea surface targets.It should be capable to detect surface
ships, small boats and Submarine snorkel/ periscope under smooth or confused
rough sea conditions.It should be
light weight and compact in design, requiring minimum alteration of cabin
layout on Hawker Beechcraft 850XP.
An airborne maritime
radar system should be able to provide 360 degrees detection coverage and
tracking capability in all sectors.It
should be modern radar with LPI feature. It should have the capability to
provide long range maritime surveillance (at least 200 NM) and detection of
small contacts, i.e, fishing boats, survivors in water and Submarine snorkel
/ Periscope from at least 40-50 NM.
The radar should have
SAR/ ISAR features and localization of targets in Track while scan mode.It should be able to provide air picture of
air targets and have an overlay of AIS and ADS-B data to provide
comprehensive picture at 2 x stations, i.e, in rear compartment and cockpit..
The radar must be
designed on open architecture and should be capable of meeting the evolving
requirements through modular upgrades.It should be capable of operating in different modes to suit specific
mission requirements, like in surveillance, anti submarine role and weather
avoidance.The equipment should
conform to following functional requirements:
Should have standard interfaces for interfacing
with digital/ analogue sensors and shall be integrated with onboard sensors,
equipment and navigation system for better situational awareness.
Should be of modular
design for easy installation/ maintenance and replacement.
equipment control/ display and operation should be available at operator
station in the cabin alongwith additional display in cockpit.The work station of operator shall be integrated
to receive, display and send data to other work station/MFD for display.
operational and technical capabilities should be demonstrated during trials.
conform to international recognized military standards with documented compliance
work station shall be integrated with aircraft ICS.
system should have complete BITE facility up to module level as well as
continuous on-line fault monitoring capability with trouble-shooting/ fault
isolation up to PCB/ Module level. The firm shall provide all test equipment
required to maintain/ repair Radar in field as well in workshops.
supplier is to provide acceptance criteria at least three months in advance
to be followed during Factory acceptance, acceptance on ground and in-flight
trials. However, seller should be willing to incorporate proposed changes
recommended by the buyer in the acceptance criteria or convinced by the buyer
The equipment should conform
to following technical / operational specifications:
Air to air detection
Surveillance long range (at least 200 NM)
Short range for detection of small boats / submarine periscope (20-35
should have 360 degrees coverage.
should have capability of tracking multiple targets (30 or more).
should have plotting tools / drawing of symbols, plotting of areas as per
radar should be fully functional at acceptance alongwith requisite
hardware/software necessary for its operation including charts overlays etc.
(5)It should have capability of
mission data recording and playback.
(6)It should have high speed auto
scanning.It should be able to display
radar picture/ contacts, once the radar is put to stand by with moving map.
radar should have pulse to pulse frequency agility.
(8)The radar should have automatic gain
control to reduce the effects of noise and sea clutter on radar receiver.
(9)The radar should have pulse compression
feature for long range detection and high range resolution.
(10)The radar should have option of sector
transmission in particular sector.
(11)The radar should provide high data rate
for small targets.
(12)It should have power supply- 28 V DC,
115 V AC 400 HZ:
(13)Power output shall be less.
(14)The equipment shall not interface
with other onboard equipment.
maintenance facilities are to be provided:
All special to type
test equipment and tools along ‘Initial Spare Package’ required for
preventive and corrective maintenance be provided for 2nd level
MTBF and MTTR figures
associated with each component of the system should be provided.
Firm shall indicate its
agreement for subsequent repair / maintenance and logistics support through a
Rate Running Contract.
EMC/EMI testing and
clearance should be demonstrated in the workshop environment and on the
platform fro 2nd level maintenance.
Based on LORA, Test
Bench facilities with associated software for maintenance and repair of all
the sub-systems/modules/PCBs/components of main equipment should preferably
The system should have
complete BITE facility up to module level as well as continuous on-line fault
monitoring capability with trouble-shooting/fault isolation up to PCB/module
Following system documentation in English
language both as hard copies (Two sets) and Soft Form (Windows compatible) on
CDs (Two set) shall be required:
Operator Manual.It shall describe complete and
step-wise operating procedures, covering all features of the equipment.
Installation Manual.Detailed installation manual shall
be provided along with interface control document for the equipment on
aircraft. Detailed documents for interfacing with other aircraft systems
shall also be provided.
Maintenance Manual.Standard system description, Overhaul Manual inclusive of
signal flow description along with comprehensive IPC for the system and
installation kit shall be provided indicating commercial part numbers of
Illustrated Parts Catalogue (IPC).The firm is to provide IPC of the spares parts.
System Wiring Diagrams and Integration Drawings.These are to be provided by the supplier.
The system software
including the software with the test bench must incorporate following
modules should be fully documented in the software documentation for
understanding their operations.
Software must have
simulation and training facilities in Windows PC based environment.
Software must be
warranted for a period of 10 years or more.
A certificate must be
furnished by the supplier that the software supplied is of latest
version.Any up-gradation of the
software should be provided by the supplier free of cost during the warranty
period. Software programme should be user friendly.
It should be fully
supportable in case of an upgrade in hardware is necessitated due
maintainability and/or technological advancements.
Necessary software for
running the diagnostic test up to module level should also be provided.
Software should be
capable to compile, update and share its EW library with other systems.The library should at least be able to
contain 3500 emitter modes.
Following training courses
are to be arranged with OEM:Duration
of the course is to be mutually agreed by both the parties
Operator Course to
enable the 2 sets of aircrew to use the system to its optimum capabilities
and to train subsequent operators.
Maintainer Course up to
onboard Maintenance to enable the 3 sets of trainees to carry out all
maintenance routines, fault diagnoses up to PCB/module/LRU level and
monitoring of signal flow through different LRUs.
Maintainer Course for O
& I Level Maintenance to enable the trainees to carryout all maintenance
routines, overhaul the system, diagnose and rectify defects up to component
SCOPE OF SUPPLY
Following is to form
part of the system package:
All the installation
material, mating connectors, power supplies, cables, accessories etc required
for correct operation of the System.
Requisite Test Benches/
Equipment in accordance with LORA.
Part Numbers for all components used in the system.
support measures are to be considered:
Initial spares package
shall be provided in light of OEM’s experience for operation of the system
for one year.
A guaranteed supply of
spares as well as maintenance and repair facilities, including software
up-gradation is to be assured for 15 years from the date of acceptance of
equipment by PN.
Spares Package is to be recommended to cater for 3 years requirements.
Acceptance test criteria may involve following:
A comprehensive draft
acceptance procedure is to be prepared by seller and should be forwarded to
PN for concurrence at least 3 months prior to tests.
Acceptance Trials including
flight trials at Company’s cost would be carried out as per plan schedule
agreed between PN and supplier in presence of tactical and technical crew in Pakistan.
After modification phase
of aircraft, acceptance tests (Ground and Flight) shall be performed in Pakistan in
presence of supplier/OEM representative(s) as an integral part of
modification phase. These Acceptance Test Procedures should be approved by
Pakistan Navy in advance of their conduct. Acceptance team will be formed at
MEHRAN by COMNAV comprising of air and ground crew.
All operational and
technical capabilities of each sub system to be demonstrated during acceptance
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
In addition to terms/
conditions elaborated in annex’ A; following conditions will also be
Due to less space available and light weight of
subject aircraft, new systems must be compact & light in weight and
should not affect internal cabin layout, CoG and other flight characteristics
should remain within prescribed parameters of the aircraft.
System should not be
prototype and should be proven on various platforms, preferably on Jet
aircraft. Certificate from at least one user is to be provided with technical
System must be
certified by an authentic Airworthiness Authority, preferably FAA or EASA.
offered system should
perform optimally when operated as independent system as well as in
integrated operational environment (with, AIS, and other aircraft equipment
The installed system
should be fully functional and operated from operator console having
multifunction display prior final acceptance.
The draft Acceptance
Test/ Trials Procedures should be forwarded to user (PN) at least three
months before commencement of ground/ flight acceptance phase. The trial
procedures shall be reviewed by PN as per user requirements which will then
be deemed final.
System should conform
to military standards MIL-Std-704F, MIL-Std-461E & MIL-Std-819 Method
514.3 Cat ‘C’ Method 500.2 Pro I & II.
documentation, training, logistics requirements/ facilities, etc, as
mentioned in Annex A, must be ensured.
Guaranteed supply of spares/
Depot spares package by the supplier.
Operator and maintainer
training should be completed before system acceptance trials.
(OPERATOR CONSOLE/ MFD)
System installation and
integration with other onboard sensors/ systems (Navigation, ICS and AIS)/MFD
as applicable will be done by the supplier. The Acceptance Test/Trials should
include procedures to ensure this requirement.
PREFERENCE TO EQUIPMENT
Preference will be
given to the system which involves less structural modifications. Minimum
changes in cabin layout will be preferred.
All modification in the
aircraft for installation and integration of the equipment must be certified
by recognized airworthiness agency (FAA, EASA etc) certification/ evidence of
which must be produced before PN prior finalization of the contract.
The supplier is to
conduct a detailed feasibility of PN Hawker 850XP and propose layout as well
as complete design of structural modifications, required for the installation
of radar, alongwith the technical proposal.
The Equipment should be
preferably European origin and should not have any component from counties
having issues for export to Pakistan
proposalswill be scrutinized by a
Team nominated by NHQ