The AN/UPT-2A(V) (UPT-2A) Radar Transmitting Set (RTS), operating in conjunction with interchangeable manual or automatic tuner assemblies to produce high power, pulse modulated, microwave carrier transmission, can simulate threats in the H-band (7.8 - 8.5 GHz), I-band (8.5 - 9.6 GHz), low J-band (14.0 - 15.2 GHz) and high J-band (15.5 - 17.5 GHz) ranges. The UPT-2 is capable of producing pulse repetition frequency rates from 200 to 5200 Hz in three modes: steady, jitter, and stagger. One of four pulse values (0.2, 0.4, 0.8, or 1.2 µs) may be programmed into a scenario. To simulate the three possible stages of a missile threat (search, acquisition and lock-on), the RTS can scan equally spaced groups, off-set groups (delay) and constant pulses (scan-off). The UPT-2 consists of two separate modules: a power supply/control unit and a modulator unit. The UPT-2 is used in the aircraft mounted AN/AST-6(V), and ground threat emitter (GTE) and surface threat emitter (STE) applications.
AN/UPT-2A(V) Radar Transmitting Set