High-resolution radar

The Coast Guard is looking for a commercial high-resolution coastal surveillance radar. The radar will become part of the Coast Guard's Vessel Traffic Service and similar surveillance and safety systems. The radar is expected to last between five and 10 years, and the contractor will not be required to install it. The radar may be operated at unmanned sites, so high reliability is essential, and it must be able to operate continuously in a marine environment. More information is at fedbizopps.gov, solicitation no. Reference-Number-DTCG4404SOURSERADAR. Responses are due by Jan. 20.


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