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AN/MPS-25 Tracking Radar Set
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
SYSTEM PARAMETERS
The AN/MPS-25 is a mobile radar system used for tracking
Frequency: 5.45 5.83 GHz
Power: 1 mW PEP
targets and evaluating their performance on test ranges. It
750-800 W average
utilizes a 3.66 m diameter parabolic reflector antenna.
1000 W max
SYSTEM HAZARDS
HAZARD CONTROLS (to reduce or eliminate risk)
Power Density Levels (PDL) ....
This system is able to produce potentially hazardous PDLs in excess of the safety
standard. Establish a Nonionizing Radiation Protection Program (IAW guidelines
provided in this TB).
Hazard distance from antenna ....
Exclude personnel to a distance of 157 m from the antenna. With the antenna raised and
positioned at elevation angles above 0 mils, no hazard exists for personnel on level
terrain.
Open/cracked waveguides .......
All open waveguides and loose or open flanges produce very hazardous PDLs within
close proximity of the break. Exclude personnel to within 1 - 2 m from a fully open or
broken waveguide.
Other.................................
Consult the equipment Technical Manual for other operator and/or maintenance hazards.
AN/MPS-26 Radar Set
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
SYSTEM PARAMETERS
The AN/MPS-26 is a modified AN/SCR-584 radar system .
Frequency: 5.4 5.9 GHz
Power: 250 kW PEP
425 W average
HAZARD CONTROLS (to reduce or eliminate risk)
SYSTEM HAZARDS
Power Density Levels (PDL) ....
When nonscanning in the normal mode, this system is not able to produce potentially
hazardous PDLs in excess of the safety standard. When nonscanning and operating at
average power, this system is able to produce potentially hazardous PDLs in excess of
the safety standard. Establish a Nonionizing Radiation Protection Program (IAW
guidelines provided in this TB).  While scanning, this system is not potentially
hazardous.
Hazard distance from antenna ....
When nonscanning and operating at average power, exclude personnel to a distance of
75 m from the antenna.
Other.................................
Consult the equipment Technical Manual for other operator and/or maintenance hazards.
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