L-3 Klein to Showcase System 5900 Advance Multi-Function Sonar Platform

Press Release
Friday, March 22, 2013
Photo: L-3 Klein

At the Sea-Air-Space 2013 Show being held April 8-10, 2013, L-3 will display its Klein S5900 Side Scan Sonar which is now in rate production. L-3 will also answer questions concerning its full line of side scan and multi-beam sonar products.

The MIL/COTS S5900 Side Scan Sonar represents Klein’s advanced multi-function sonar platform and includes the following key features: high resolution multi-beam side scan sonar, swath bathymetry sonar, gap filler sonar and integrated tow body sensor and subsystems. The sonar employs advanced signal processing techniques and superior acoustic design to improve overall along track target resolution.  When coupled with the gap filler sonar for fast coverage rates, The S5900 high speed, high resolution, side scan sonar performance capabilities makes the system suitable for MLO detection, classification, Q-Route surveys and rapid area reconnaissance.

www.L-3Klein.com
 

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