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  • The '''[[AN-|AN/]]SPG-62''' is a [[radar#continuous wave|continuous wave]], mechanically steered, [[ ...e|Antenna suite on CG-60 Normandy AEGIS cruiser.jpg|left|275px|Three AN/SPG-62 antennas are visible, at far left and second from right}}
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  • 206 B (26 words) - 02:32, 20 July 2008
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/SPG-62]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...ssiles that can be in flight. [[Ticonderoga-class]] cruisers have four SPG-62 radars, while [[Burke-class]] destroyers have three.
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  • ...f that of the SPY-1. Other radars work with it, such as the [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62]] as the target illuminator on all AEGIS vesssels, and, only on the [[Ticon ...Standard SM-2]] [[surface-to-air missile]], which uses the [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62]] for terminal guidance.
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  • ..., and it uses terminal [[semi-active radar homing]] from an [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62 illumination radar]]. ...ctive radar homing]] of the RIM-156, which now requires the [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62 illuminator]], which is not [[over-the-horizon]]-capable. <ref name=DS-RIM-
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  • ...target for the SM-2's final [[semi-active radar homing]], and keeps the SPG-62 on target. The ''Lake Erie'' missile picks up the ''Churchill'' illuminator
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  • {{r|SPG-62|AN/SPG-2}}
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  • {{r|AGM-62 Walleye}} {{r|SPG-62}}
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  • {{r|SPG-62}}
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  • ...intelligence#cueing|cueing]] the tracking radar (e.g., the [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62]] on AEGIS ships) to illuminate the target, only when the missile needs con ...of the missile's flight, the combination of an AN/SPY-1 and multiple AN/SPG-62's can handle a large number of missiles and targets.
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  • {{r|SPG-62}}
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  • {{r|SPG-62}}
    683 B (97 words) - 18:39, 29 May 2009
  • ...on radiation reflected from a radar illuminator (e.g., the [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62]] for a [[RIM-156 Standard SM-2]]) or from a [[laser designator]] for a las
    1 KB (193 words) - 06:06, 17 February 2011
  • {{r|SPG-62|AN/SPG-62}}
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  • {{r|SPG-62}}
    1 KB (155 words) - 21:08, 11 January 2010
  • ...fense ship, but the final target illumination is done by an [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62]] radar. The latter only need to point at the target for the final seconds
    1 KB (227 words) - 03:39, 18 May 2009
  • {{r|5"-62 caliber gun}} {{r|SPG-62}}
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  • The '''[[AN-|AN/]]SPG-62''' is a [[radar#continuous wave|continuous wave]], mechanically steered, [[ ...e|Antenna suite on CG-60 Normandy AEGIS cruiser.jpg|left|275px|Three AN/SPG-62 antennas are visible, at far left and second from right}}
    2 KB (242 words) - 19:52, 12 August 2010
  • ...ctive radar homing]] of the RIM-156, which now requires the [[SPG-62|AN/SPG-62 illuminator]], which is not [[over-the-horizon]]-capable.
    1 KB (228 words) - 03:01, 16 April 2009
  • {{r|5"-62 caliber gun}} {{r|SPG-62}}
    1 KB (186 words) - 15:57, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|SPG-62}}
    1 KB (192 words) - 15:35, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|SPG-62}}
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