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The high sensitivity combined with the smart operation of the image sensor,

allows the seeker to detect low-power CW laser signals encoded at a very high frequency

 

Extremely low SWAP-C designator

 

No interference with existing laser guided munitions:

• Low optical power

• Totally different codes structure

• Can be different wavelength

 

An enabler for very high distribution at low cost

CW LASER DESIGNATION

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KEY ADVANTAGES

General Overview:

• Shilat's innovative technology enables automatic detection of time-encoded light signals by a Silicon Image Sensor

(CMOS)

• Compatible to Nato STANAG 3733 pulsed laser designators . Can be operated with Shilat's low cost CW laser designators

• Shilat's technology brings laser guidance into munitions of wide circulation such as mortars, shoulder-launched

munitions etc.

• Eliminates the need for gimbals . Our seeker was selected by the IDF for its laser guided

120mm mortars.

Key advantages:

• Enables stiff-neck (strapdown) laser seeker configuration

• Low cost:

- Based on CMOS silicon image sensors

- Supporting large FOV without gimbals

• Legacy compatibility with pulsed laser designators,

and support for future CW laser designators

• High sensitivity: 10-15x better than 4Q

- Higher detection ranges (2-3x) vs 4Q

• Exact target location allowing accurate,"smooth" guidance

• Spot(s) shape analysis supporting smart guidance decisions • Saturation immunity enables tracking until last few meters . Can be used as a combined "Laser/TV Seeker"

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