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List of military electronics of the United States

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article lists types of American military electronic instruments along with brief descriptions of them. Electronic items of this sort are assigned designations according to the Joint Electronics Type Designation System, beginning with the AN/ prefix. They are grouped below by the first designation letter following this prefix.

A

  • AN/AAA-4: Infrared System for F-4H, ACF, Inc., Avion Division.
  • AN/AAD-4: Forward Looking Infrared Detection Set (FLIR) manufactured by Texas Instruments; used in AC-119G
  • AN/AAD-5: Infrared IR Reconnaissance Set Manufactured by Honeywell Aerospace Systems; RF-4C
  • AN/AAD-7: Forward Looking Infrared Detection Set (FLIR) manufactured by Texas Instruments, Inc.; used in AC-130-A, E, H
  • AN/AAQ-1: Spectrometer[1]
  • AN/AAQ-2: Aircraft pod-mounted FLIR system, aka "LITENING"
  • AN/AAQ-3: Aircraft Targeting System, aka "Sniper XR"
  • AN/AAQ-4: Infrared Countermeasures System; manufactured by Hallicrafters and by Northrop; used in B-66, EB-66C/E, B-52, RF-4C
  • AN/AAQ-5: FLIR Night Vision Sight; used in UH-1M, AH-1G
  • AN/AAQ-6: FLIR Electro-Optical Viewing System; manufactured by Hughes; used in B-52G/H
  • AN/AAQ-7: Laser Rangefinder System; used in AC-130A/H
  • AN/AAQ-8: IR Countermeasures Pod (development of AN/AAQ-4); manufactured by Hallicrafters and by Northrop Grumman; used with A-7D, F-4
  • AN/AAQ-9: FLIR Imaging Module; used in AN/AVQ-26; used in F-111, A-10, F-4, RF-4C
  • AN/AAQ-10: FLIR; used in HH-53H, MH-53J, MC-130E
  • AN/AAQ-11: PNVS (Pilot Night Vision Sensor) FLIR; manufactured by Lockheed Martin; used with AN/ASQ-170; used in AH-64
  • AN/AAQ-12: TADS (Target Acquisition Designation Sight), a turreted sensor pack designed for target acquisition, range-finding and target illumination for the use of laser-guided missiles[2]
  • AN/AAQ-13: aircraft pod-mounted radar and FLIR system, included in LANTIRN system
  • AN/AAQ-14: aircraft pod-mounted laser designation and FLIR system, included in LANTIRNsystem
  • AN/AAQ-19: Targeting Pod (downgraded AN/AAQ-14) "Sharpshooter"[1]
  • AN/AAQ-20: Navigation Pod (downgraded AN/AAQ-13) "Pathfinder"[1]
  • AN/AAQ-22: aircraft SAFIRE FLIR pod, Star
  • AN/AAQ-24: Directional Infrared Counter Measures
  • AN/AAQ-26: IR detection set for AC-130H/U
  • AN/AAQ-28: LITENING targeting pod
  • AN/AAQ-32: IFTS (Internal FLIR Targeting System) (F-16 Block 60)
  • AN/AAQ-33: Lockheed Martin Sniper XR targeting pod
  • AN/AAS-33A: Detection and Ranging System (DRS), manufactured by Hughes Aircraft Co. Electro-Optical & Data Systems Group, to be used with the A-6 TRAM all-weather, day/night weapons delivery system
  • AN/AAS-35(V): Target Identification Set, Laser (TISL) "Pave Penny"; manufactured by Martin Marietta; used with A-10A
  • AN/AAQ-37: Distributed Aperture System (DAS), F-35 Lightning II Missile Approach Warning System
  • AN/AAQ-39: Electro-optical/infrared fire control system on Air Force Special Operations Command AC-130U Gunship[3]
  • AN/AAQ-40: F-35 Lightning II EOTS (Electro-Optical Targeting System)[4]
  • AN/AAR-31: airborne radiation thermometer for naval applications
  • AN/AAR-34: Infrared (IR) Tracking & Missile Warning System (F-111)
  • AN/AAR-44: infrared warning receiver, hemispherical search for the heat plumes from missile launches; manufactured by Cincinnati Electronics
  • AN/AAR-47: aircraft missile-launch detector
  • AN/AAR-50: aircraft TINS navigation pod
  • AN/AAR-54: aircraft missile-launch detector (B-2, C-130)[5]
  • AN/AAR-56: F-22 missile approach warning system
  • AN/AAR-57: Common Missile Warning System (CMWS)[6][7]
  • AN/AAS-38: aircraft pod-mounted FLIR and laser designation system, Nite Hawk
  • AN/AAU-34: altimeter
  • AN/ADR-6: Army Aerial Radiac Meter, North American Rockwell
  • AN/AES-210/E: ESM and ELINT system.[8] Frequence range 0.5–18 GHz. For aircraft, helicopters, naval[9]
  • AN/AES-210/V: ESM and ELINT system for UAV.[9]
  • AN/AIC-14A: Intercommunication Set – provides internal and external communications for crew members
  • AN/AJQ-20A: F-111 INS (inertial navigation set), by Litton Industries
  • AN/ALE-28: F-111 ECM (electronic countermeasure) dispensing set, General Dynamics
  • AN/ALE-29: countermeasures chaff dispenser
  • AN/ALE-38/41: countermeasures chaff dispenser, ALE-38 for USAF version, ALE-41 for USN version[9]
  • AN/ALE-39: decoy dispensing system
  • AN/ALE-40: Counter Measure Dispenser System (CMDS) for fixed-wing aircraft[9]
  • AN/ALE-44: Counter Measures Set, Southwest Aerospace Corp.
  • AN/ALE-45: Counter Measures Dispensing System (CMD) (F-15)
  • AN/ALE-47: aircraft chaff/flare countermeasures dispenser
  • AN/ALE-50: aircraft passive ECM towed decoy
  • AN/ALE-52: Counter Measure Dispenser System (CMDS) (F-22)
  • AN/ALE-55: improved AN/ALE-50, ALE-55 Fiber-Optic Towed Decoy[9]
  • AN/ALE-58: BOL CMDS (Back-Of-Launcher—Counter Measure Dispenser System)
  • AN/ALQ-13: internal countermeasure set for F-15 aircraft
  • AN/ALQ-70: aircraft active ECM jamming system
  • AN/ALQ-73: aircraft active ECM jamming system
  • AN/ALQ-87: aircraft active ECM system, external pod, General Electric
  • AN/ALQ-91: communications jammer for F-14 Tomcat, internally-mounted, Sanders/Magnavox
  • AN/ALQ-94: aircraft combined pulse mode and CW deception and noise jammer (trackbreaker) with three subsystems covering low (E/F), mid (G/H) and high (I/J) bands with fore and, in some airframes, aft coverage mounted on F/EF-111A/E/F, Replaced by ALQ-137, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-98: noise jamming system carried by US Navy helicopters and intended to counter Soviet cruise missiles, internally mounted, General Instrument
  • AN/ALQ-99: Tactical Jamming System (TJS), aircraft active ECM jammer/deceiver for EA-6B. Raytheon ESD (Electromagnetic Systems Division), Goleta, California (T-110B Band 7E Transmitter), AIL/AEL/IBM (Eaton/AIL Division, Deer Park, NY, Band 1 Transmitter), Grumman Aerospace Corporation (low band radomes)
  • AN/ALQ-100: aircraft active ECM system for Navy F-14 Tomcat, A-4 Skyhawk, A-7 Corsair II and EA-6 Prowler, internally mounted, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-101: aircraft active ECM system, Westinghouse
  • AN/ALQ-108: aircraft active ECM system (E-2C), Magnavox
  • AN/ALQ-117: aircraft active ECM system (B-52), ITT
  • AN/ALQ-119: aircraft active ECM system, external pod, Westinghouse
  • AN/ALQ-122: false-target generator intended to protect the B-52G and B-52H from SA-3 Goa missile system, and from the surveillance radar of Tu-126 Moss, Motorola
  • AN/ALQ-123: aircraft infrared countermeasures device (IR-jammer), Electro-Optical Systems Division of the Xerox Corporation, used on variety of military and civil aircraft to counter threat posed by MANPADS during descend/ascent flight phase[10]
  • AN/ALQ-126: aircraft active ECM pulsed trackbreaker, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-128: aircraft active ECM receiver used on F-15C/E
  • AN/ALQ-129: aircraft trackbreaker for Navy F-4 Phantom, F-14 Tomcat, and A-7 Corsair, internally mounted, ITT
  • AN/ALQ-130: aircraft active ECM system for Navy A-4 Skyhawk, A-6 Intruder, EA-6 Prowler, A-7 Corsair, and F-4 Phantom, intended to disrupt air-defence communications links, Cutler-Hammer AIL Division
  • AN/ALQ-131: aircraft active ECM system, external pod, Westinghouse
  • AN/ALQ-132: aircraft electro-optical EW system intended to confuse heat-seeking missiles, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-135: aircraft active ECM system, F-15 Internal Countermeasures Set, Northrop
  • AN/ALQ-136: aircraft radar jammer (helicopters), ITT
  • AN/ALQ-137: aircraft combined pulse mode and CW deception and noise jammer with three subsystems covering low (E/F), mid (G/H) and high (I/J) bands with fore and, in some airframes, aft coverage mounted on F/EF-111A/E/F, Replaced ALQ-94, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-140: aircraft infrared jammer for F-4 Phantom, internally mounted, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-142: ESM/SIGINT system for naval helicopters, part of LAMPS III system. Freq. range: 2–25 GHz[9]
  • AN/ALQ-144: aircraft infrared jammer for UH-1 and AH-1 helicopters, pod-mounted, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-146: aircraft infrared jammer for Navy CH-46D helicopters, pod-mounted, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-147: aircraft infrared jammer for Army OV-1D and RV-1D, pylon-mounted, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-149: aircraft active ECM anti-communications system mounted on EA-6B
  • AN/ALQ-151(V2): QUICKFIX: EW system for DF, intercepting and jamming in range 2-80 MHz. Supports AM, FM, CW, SSB with band of 8,30,50 kHz. Output power up to 500 W[9]
  • AN/ALQ-155: low band jammer (B-52), Northrop
  • AN/ALQ-156: Integrated Defense Avionics, pulse-doppler missile warning system, Sanders Associates
  • AN/ALQ-157: aircraft infrared jammer
  • AN/ALQ-161: aircraft active ECM system (B-1 Lancer), Cutler-Hammer AIL Division
  • AN/ALQ-161A: aircraft active ECM system (B-1B Lancer), Cutler-Hammer AIL Division
  • AN/ALQ-162: aircraft active ECM CW trackbreaker, Northrop
  • AN/ALQ-164: aircraft active ECM pod (AV-8B)
  • AN/ALQ-165: Airborne Self-Protection Jammer (ASPJ), aircraft active ECM system, developed and manufactured by the joint venture of ITT Avionics Division and Westinghouse Electric Corporation Aerospace Division
  • AN/ALQ-166: Countermeasures Set, helicopter-towed, remotely controlled minesweeping system. EDO Corporation
  • AN/ALQ-167: tactical contingency pod—aircraft active ECM system
  • AN/ALQ-171: Conformal Countermeasures System for F-5E/F and F-5G, Northrop
  • AN/ALQ-172: self-protection system (AC-130U/H, B-52, MC-130)
  • AN/ALQ-178: integrated radar warning and ECM suite
  • AN/ALQ-184: aircraft active ECM system, upgraded from AN/ALQ-119, mounted on F-4G, F-16, Raytheon
  • AN/ALQ-187: aircraft active ECM, part of the ASPIS system for F-16
  • AN/ALQ-196: integrated defensive electronic countermeasure system (MC-130E)
  • AN/ALQ-202: autonomous jammer for F-16
  • AN/ALQ-205: aircraft infrared jammer
  • AN/ALQ-210: Electronic support measures (ESM) set (MH-60R)
  • AN/ALQ-211: Suite of Integrated RF Countermeasures (SIRFC)
  • AN/ALQ-212: Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM)
  • AN/ALQ-213:
  • AN/ALQ-214: aircraft active ECM system
  • AN/ALQ-217: aircraft electronic support measures (ESM) set (E-2C)
  • AN/ALQ-218 Tactical Jamming Receiver (EA-18G, EA-6B)
  • AN/ALR-23: F-111 infrared receiver, AVCO
  • AN/ALR-45: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver
  • AN/ALR-46: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver, Dalmo-Victor
  • AN/ALR-56: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver
  • AN/ALR-62: Radar Homing and Warning (RHAW) System or Countermeasures Receiving Set (CRS) F-111
  • AN/ALR-64: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver, Compass Sail
  • AN/ALR-66: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver/electronic support measures
  • AN/ALR-67: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver
  • AN/ALR-69: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver, Compass Sail+Compass Tie
  • AN/ALR-73: Passive Detection System (PDS); Electronic support measures, direction finding (E-2C)[9]
  • AN/ALR-91: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver used on F-5
  • AN/ALR-93: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver
  • AN/ALR-94: aircraft radiofrequency warning receiver used on F-22
  • AN/ALR-801: ESM/ELINT system for patrol aircraft. Range 0.5–18 GHz (extendable to 40), sensitivity 60 dBm[9]
  • AN/ALR-2002: Radar Warning Receiver designed for, but not used on F-111, F/A-18, S-70
  • AN/ALT-13: ECM barrage transmitter for B-52, Hallicrafters
  • AN/ALT-15: ECM barrage transmitter for B-52, Hallicrafters
  • AN/ALT-28: ECM barrage transmitter for B-52, updated version of the earlier ALT-13, Hallicrafters
  • AN/ALT-30A: ECM barrage transmitter for B-52, updated version of the earlier ALT-15, Hallicrafters
  • AN/ALT-31: ECM barrage transmitter for B-52, Hallicrafters
  • AN/ALT-32: ECM barrage transmitter for B-52, Hallicrafters
  • AN/AMH-3: airborne microwave refractometer mounted on E-2C
  • AN/AMQ-23: meteorological data system, Geotronics
  • AN/APA-9: navigation equipment
  • AN/APG-53A: aircraft radar mounted on the A-4C/M/N
  • AN/APG-63: aircraft radar mounted on F-15A/B/C/D
  • AN/APG-65: aircraft radar mounted on F/A-18A/A+/B/C/D
  • AN/APG-66: aircraft radar mounted on F-16
  • AN/APG-68: aircraft radar mounted on F-16
  • AN/APG-69: aircraft radar designed for the F-20 and mounted on some F-5s
  • AN/APG-70: aircraft radar mounted on F-15E
  • AN/APG-71: aircraft radar mounted on F-14D
  • AN/APG-73: aircraft radar mounted on F/A-18A+/A++/C/D
  • AN/APG-76: aircraft radar mounted on F-4E
  • AN/APG-77: aircraft radar mounted on F-22
  • AN/APG-78: aircraft radar mounted on AH-64D, for use with AGM-114L Hellfire II missiles
  • AN/APG-79: aircraft radar mounted on F/A-18E/F
  • AN/APG-80: aircraft radar mounted on F-16E/F
  • AN/APG-81: aircraft radar mounted on F-35
  • AN/APG-82: aircraft radar mounted on F-15E
  • AN/APN-1: radar altimeter
  • AN/APN-2: Interrogator/responser
  • AN/APN-3: navigation
  • AN/APN-4: Airborne radio navigation system—LORAN
  • AN/APN-5:
  • AN/APN-6:
  • AN/APN-7: transponder beacon
  • AN/APN-8
  • AN/APN-9: simplified LORAN
  • AN/APN-10: Glider interrogator/responser
  • AN/APN-11:
  • AN/APN-12: beacon interrogator/responser
  • AN/APN-19: beacon
  • AN/APN-59: airborne Search and Weather radar system
  • AN/APN-69: airborne Radar Beacon (RACON)
  • AN/APN-70: LORAN radio navigation system (P3A/B)
  • AN/APN-141: radar altimeter, vacuum tube set (P3A/B, A-6A)
  • AN/APN-171: radar altimeter
  • AN/APN-194: radar altimeter for tracking aerial targets, solid state, improved variant of APN-141 (3 to 5 times more reliable), Honeywell, Inc., Avionics Div. (P3C, A-6E)
  • AN/APN-203: aircraft high range radar altimeter
  • AN/APN-215: aircraft weather radar
  • AN/APN-217: doppler navigation sensor compatible with LAMPS Mk III, for employment on the following helicopters: COBRA, JVX, UH-1H, SH60B, MH53E, RH53D, CH46. Teledyne Ryan Electronics
  • AN/APN-233: doppler navigator sensor for C-2 and OV-10 platforms, Teledyne Ryan Electronics
  • AN/APN-234: aircraft weather radar with sea search used on United States Navy C-2A aircraft
  • AN/APN-237:
  • AN/APQ-13:
  • AN/APQ-92: search and terrain avoidance radar for the A-6
  • AN/APQ-99: Texas Instruments forward looking radar for the RF-4
  • AN/APQ-110: F-111 terrain following radar, Texas Instruments
  • AN/APQ-112: target tracking and ranging radar for the A-6
  • AN/APQ-113: multi-mode nose attack radar for the F-111, General Electric
  • AN/APQ-114: multi-mode nose radar variant of the APQ-113 for the FB-111A
  • AN/APQ-116: aircraft radar mounted on A-7 and C-130
  • AN/APQ-120: Westinghouse aircraft fire control radar for the F-4
  • AN/APQ-122: Texas Instruments airborne search and weather radar system
  • AN/APQ-126: Texas Instruments airborne navigation and attack radar for the A-7
  • AN/APQ-140: Raytheon airborne radar for the KC-135
  • AN/APQ-144: APQ-113 variant for the F-111F
  • AN/APQ-146: Texas Instruments forward looking multi-mode radar for the F-111F
  • AN/APQ-148: Nordern Systems multi-mode radar for the A-6
  • AN/APQ-153: fire control radar for the F-5E
  • AN/APQ-156: variant of the APQ-148 with FLIR for the A-6E
  • AN/APQ-157: fire control radar for the F-5F
  • AN/APQ-158: airborne forward-looking radar for the Pavelow III variant of the HH-53
  • AN/APQ-159: airborne forward-looking radar for the F-5E
  • AN/APQ-161: updated APS-144 airborne radar for the F-111F
  • AN/APQ-163: variant of the APQ-144 for the B-1
  • AN/APQ-164: aircraft radar mounted on B-1B
  • AN/APQ-172: aircraft radar terrain-following radar mounted on RF-4C/E
  • AN/APQ-174: aircraft radar mounted on MH-47 and MH-60
  • AN/APQ-179: aircraft control indicator set (CIS) mounted on E-2C
  • AN/APQ-180
  • AN/APQ-181: aircraft radar mounted on B-2
  • AN/APR-9: aircraft radiofrequency receiver
  • AN/APR-25: S/X/C-Band Radar Homing and Warning Set, Itek
  • AN/APR-27: SAM Radar Warning Receiver, Magnavox
  • AN/APR-38: aircraft radiofrequency receiver mounted on F-4G
  • AN/APR-39: aircraft radar warning receiver/electronic warfare management system
  • AN/APR-43: aircraft radiofrequency receiving CW launch warner, Compass Sail Clockwise
  • AN/APR-44: lightweight radar warning receiver
  • AN/APR-47: aircraft radiofrequency receiving ESM system mounted on F-4G
  • AN/APS-2
  • AN/APS-13: ARI 5664 UHF RADAR also called Monica, AKA Archie when used on Little Boy Bomb
  • AN/APS-20: airborne search radar (TBM-3W, WV-2, PB-1W, ZPG-2W, WB-29, EC-121 and P2V)
  • AN/APS-45: airborne height-finding radar (EC-121)
  • AN/APS-80: surface search radar (P3A/B)
  • AN/APS-94: airborne side-looking radar for the OV-1 Mohawk
  • AN/APS-109: F-111 radar homing and warning, Dalmo Victor
  • AN/APS-115: airborne search radar for the P-3C
  • AN/APS-116: airborne search radar for the S-3A (designed as an Airborne ASW Radar, Project W12-17), Texas Instruments
  • AN/APS-120: airborne radar for the E-2C
  • AN/APS-125: upgrade of the APS-120 for the E-2C
  • AN/APS-137: Radar System, multipurpose radar for target identification at a standoff range, an upgrade of the APS-116 for the S-3B, Texas Instruments
  • AN/APS-138: upgrade of the APS-125 for the E-2C
  • AN/APS-145: upgrade of the APS-138 for the E-2C
  • AN/APW-1: SCR-584-M missile control Receiver and beacon
  • AN/APX-6 : aircraft IFF system
  • AN/APX-64: aircraft IFF System
  • AN/APX-72: aircraft IFF System, Bendix, Honeywell[11]
  • AN/APX-80: Airborne IFF transponder system
  • AN/APX-81: Airborne IFF interrogator developed for the F-4 after examining a Soviet SRO-2 transponder
  • AN/APX-92: Airborne IFF (air-by-ground) Transponder System for Army aircraft, Packard Bell
  • AN/APX-100: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-101: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-108: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-109: Combined Interrogator & Transponder System
  • AN/APX-110: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-113: Combined Interrogator & Transponder System, BAE Systems
  • AN/APX-114: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-117: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-118: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-119: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-121: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-123: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-124: Transponder System
  • AN/APX-125: Combined Interrogator & Transponder System, BAE Systems
  • AN/APX-126: Combined Interrogator & Transponder System, BAE Systems
  • AN/APY-1: aircraft AWACS surveillance radar on E-3B
  • AN/APY-2: improved AN/APY-1 on E-3C
  • AN/APY-3: aircraft surveillance radar on E-8 Joint STARS
  • AN/APY-X: improved AN/APY-3 on E-8C
  • AN/AQS-10: airborne dipping sonar (Navy SH-3A helicopter)
  • AN/AQS-13: airborne dipping sonar (Navy SH-3D helicopter)
  • AN/AQS-22: aircraft dipping sonar on SH-60R
  • AN/ARA-1: gives left-right radio compass operation similar to SCR-186
  • AN/ARA-25: UHF radio compass
  • AN/ARA-50: UHF radio compass
  • AN/ARA-63: Radio receiving-decoding set, AIL Co., ASC Systems Corp.[12]
  • AN/ARA-63B: Aircraft Approach Control System (AACS); backup carrier landing system. Used on the E-2C and others.
  • AN/ARC-1
  • AN/ARC-2
  • AN/ARC-3
  • AN/ARC-4
  • AN/ARC-5: aircraft radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-6
  • AN/ARC-7
  • AN/ARC-8
  • AN/ARC-9
  • AN/ARC-10
  • AN/ARC-27: aircraft UHF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-34: aircraft UHF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-51: aircraft UHF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-55: aircraft UHF radio communication system (unpressurized version of AN/ARC-27)
  • AN/ARC-58: aircraft HF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-65: aircraft HF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-73: aircraft VHF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-94: aircraft HF radio communication system (P3A/B)
  • AN/ARC-101:aircraft VHF radio communication system (Rockwell Collins P3A/B)
  • AN/ARC-105: aircraft HF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-133: aircraft UHF Radio communication system (pressurized version of AN/ARC-34)
  • AN/ARC-158: aircraft UHF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-159: aircraft UHF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-164: aircraft UHF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-182: aircraft VHF/UHF radio communication system, Rockwell-Collins Defense Communications
  • AN/ARC-186: aircraft VHF AM/FM radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-190: aircraft HF radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-210: aircraft VHF/UHF/SATCOM radio communication system
  • AN/ARC-231: aircraft VHF/UHF/SATCOM radio communication system built by Raytheon
  • AN/ARC-232: aircraft VHF/UHF radio communication system built by Raytheon
  • AN/ARC-234: aircraft radio communication system built by Raytheon
  • AN/ARN-1
  • AN/ARN-2
  • AN/ARN-3
  • AN/ARN-4
  • AN/ARN-5: glide path receiver used with AN/CRN-2
  • AN/ARN-6: aircraft radio compass similar to SCR-269
  • AN/ARN-7: automatic direction finder
  • AN/ARN-8
  • AN/ARN-10
  • AN/ARN-11
  • AN/ARN-12: aircraft Marer Beacon receiver system
  • AN/ARN-14: aircraft HVF Omni Range (VOR) system
  • An/ARN-21: aircraft TACAN system
  • AN/ARN-52: aircraft TACAN system
  • AN/ARN-89: aircraft radio direction finder
  • AN/ARN-109 : aircraft LORAN system
  • AN/ARN-118: aircraft TACAN radio navigation system
  • AN/ARN-126: for H-3 and S-3 aircraft, AAR Allen Aircraft
  • AN/ARN-147: aircraft VOR/ILS navigation system
  • AN/ARN-151: aircraft GPS navigation system (E-2C, others)
  • AN/ARQ-34: aircraft HF radio communication system (E-2C, C-2A)
  • AN/ART-13
  • AN/ARU-48A: Attitude Indicator for F-14D and all types and series of F/A-18 and A-6 aircraft, Jet Electronics & Technology, Inc.
  • AN/ARU-50
  • AN/ARU-56
  • AN/ARW-1: radio control receiver
  • AN/ARW-9: remote bomb release
  • AN/ARW-10: remote bomb release
  • AN/ARW-18: radio control transmitter
  • AN/ARW-26: target control receiver
  • AN/ARW-33: radio control transmitter
  • AN/ARW-38: radio control transmitter
  • AN/ASB-19: ARBS
  • AN/ASD-1
  • AN/ASG-18: aircraft radar intended to be mounted on XF-108
  • AN/ASH-33A: Digital Magnetic Tape Set, Honeywell
  • AN/ASN-64: Doppler Navigation Set, Ryan and Canadian Marconi Co. (competitive procurement)[13]
  • AN/ASN-123: Digital Display Group for EA-6B aircraft, used to display electronic countermeasures data processed by the AN/ALQ-99 tactical jamming system. Teledyne Systems Company
  • AN/ASN-139: carrier aircraft INS (E-2C)
  • AN/ASQ-8: magnetic anomaly detector (P-2, blimps)
  • AN/ASQ-81: magnetic anomaly detector (LAMPS helicopters, P-3)
  • AN/ASQ-119: Astrotracker astrocompass manufactured by Litton and used for stellar navigation as part of the avionics suite mounted on FB-111A Aardvark aircraft.[14]
  • AN/ASQ-153 \ AN/AVQ-23 Electro-Optical Laser Designator Targeting Pod; manufactured by Westinghouse {Pave Spike}; F-4E
  • AN/ASQ-213: aircraft HARM Targeting System pod, for use with AGM-88 anti-radar missiles
  • AN/ASQ-228: aircraft pod-mounted laser designation and FLIR system, ATFLIR
  • AN/ASQ-236: high resolution SAR
  • AN/ASQ-239: F-35 Lightning II electronic warfare system
  • AN/ASW-15: Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS), autopilot system for E-2C
  • AN/ASW-25: Automatic Carrier Landing System (ACLS), RADAR-controlled two-mode automated carrier landing system
  • AN/ASW-27: Data Link System, Harris Corporation
  • AN/ASW-27B: aircraft Two Way Data Link mounted on F-14
  • AN/ASW-50: Standard Automatic Flight Control System (SAFCS), autopilot system for E-2C
  • AN/ASX-1 Target Identification System Electro-Optical (TISEO); manufactured by Northrop; F-4E, F-14
  • AN/AVQ-10
  • AN/AVQ-11
  • AN/AVQ-23
  • AN/AVQ-26
  • AN/AVQ-75: aircraft DME system
  • AN/AVR-2: aircraft laser detector
  • AN/AVQ-18 Laser Designator; manufactured by Korad; AC-130A
  • AN/AVQ-19 Laser Target Range Designator (LTDR); manufactured by Hughes Aircraft, Inc.; AC-130E, H
  • AN/AVS-6 and AN/AVS-9: Army and Air Force/Navy variants of a dual tube night vision device used by aviators
  • AN/AVS-10: PNVG (Panoramic Night Vision Goggles), also called ANVIS 10, used mainly by aviators; precursor to the GPNVG-18[15]
  • AN/AVU-8
  • AN/AWG-9: radar and fire control system for the F-14
  • AN/AWG-10: missile control system for the F-4J Phantom
  • AN/AWG-10A: improved variant of the AWG-10
  • AN/AWG-11: Ferranti missile control system for the Royal Air Force F-4K
  • AN/AWG-11A: improved variant as AWG-10A
  • AN/AWG-12: Ferranti missile control system for the Royal Navy F-4M
  • AN/AWG-12A: improved variant as AWG-10A
  • AN/AWG-21: AGM-78 Standard ARM Avionics for A-6 naval aircraft
  • AN/AXR-1: radio receiver (television)
  • AN/AXT-2: radio transmitter (television)
  • AN/AYK-10A: general purpose digital computer, aircraft computer for S-3, first it used mated film memory stacks, then CMOS memory units, manufactured by Sechan Electronics (computer) and UNISYS Corp., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (mated film memory stacks and COMOS memory units)
  • AN/AYK-14: Standard Airborne Computer, aircraft mission computer mounted on SH-60R, UNISYS and Control Data Corporation (both from Minneapolis, MN)
  • AN/AYR-1: aircraft ESM radar on late-modal E-3

B

  • AN/BPS-15: surface search radar, for submarines
  • AN/BPS-16: surface search radar, for submarines
  • AN/BQQ-5: SONAR Data Gathering Set
  • AN/BQR-15: Signal Processing and Display (SPAD) towed array, Western Electric Co. (WECO) design, development and fabrication of engineering development models (contract issued May 25, 1972), with Raytheon Co. subcontractor for the development effort
  • AN/BSY-1: submarine advanced combat system, known as SUBACS, developed by IBM Corporation in Manassas, Virginia[16]
  • AN/BSY-2: submarine advanced combat system for the  Seawolf-class submarines

C

  • AN/CMS-2: language compiling system for high-level language application (i.e., JOVIAL, COBOL, FORTRAN) for use with the AN/UYK-7 Command Data System
  • AN/CPN-1: radar beacons
  • AN/CPN-2
  • AN/CPN-3: homing beacon
  • AN/CPN-4
  • AN/CPN-5
  • AN/CPN-6: homing beacon (BGX)
  • AN/CPN-7 BABS
  • AN/CPN-8: homing beacon (BPS)
  • AN/CPN-9
  • AN/CPN-10
  • AN/CPN-11]: transportable LORAN ground station
  • AN/CPN-12: double master LORAN ground station
  • AN/CPS-9
  • AN/CRC-7
  • AN/CRN-1: buoy radio beacon
  • AN/CRN-2: trailer mounted, glide path transmitter
  • AN/CRN-3: azimuth transmitter, same as AN/MRN-1
  • AN/CRN-4
  • AN/CRN-5: portable UHF radio range. replaced SCR-277
  • AN/CRN-6
  • AN/CRN-7
  • AN/CRN-8
  • AN/CRN-9
  • AN/CRN-10
  • AN/CRT-1: first military sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/CRT-4: second military sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/CRW-2: radio control receiver
  • AN/CRW-7: radio control receiver
  • AN/CYZ-9: random data generator
  • AN/CYZ-10: key fill device

D

  • AN/DAW-1: MIM-72 Chaparral improved All-Aspect Guidance Section, designed by Steve Golden

F

G

  • AN/GPG-1: Skysweeper antiaircraft weapon, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/GPN-1
  • AN/GPN-2
  • AN/GPN-3
  • AN/GPN-4
  • AN/GPN-5
  • AN/GPN-6
  • AN/GPN-7
  • AN/GPN-8
  • AN/GPN-9
  • AN/GPN-10: Airport Surveillance Radar
  • AN/GPN-12: Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR-7)
  • AN/GPN-20: Airport Surveillance Radar USAF (Modified ASR-8)
  • AN/GPN-27: Airport Surveillance Radar USMC/USN (ASR-8)
  • AN/GPN-30: Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR-11)
  • AN/GRC-1
  • AN/GRC-2
  • AN/GRC-3
  • AN/GRC-4
  • AN/GRC-5
  • AN/GRC-6
  • AN/GRC-7
  • AN/GRC-8
  • AN/GRC-9 SCR-694
  • AN/GRC-10
  • AN/GRC-11
  • AN/GRC-12
  • AN/GRC-13
  • AN/GRC-14
  • AN/GRC-15
  • AN/GRC-16
  • AN/GRC-17
  • AN/GRC-18
  • AN/GRC-19
  • AN/GRC-20
  • AN/GRC-21
  • AN/GRC-22
  • AN/GRC-23
  • AN/GRC-24
  • AN/GRC-25
  • AN/GRC-26: Radioteletype rig
  • AN/GRC-27
  • AN/GRC-28
  • AN/GRC-29
  • AN/GRC-30
  • AN/GRC-46: Radioteletype
  • AN/GRC-103: lightweight, general purpose radio relay, manufactured by Canadian Commercial Corp./Canadian Marconi Co., and Magnavox[21]
  • AN/GRC-109: HF Radio Transmitter/Receiver/Powersupply used by Special Forces during Vietnam era
  • AN/GRD-6 direction finder, manufactured by Sylvania Electric Products (developed by RCA, Kenton Electric and Sylvania)[18]
  • AN/GRN-1: ground radio beacon (BC-901 transmitter)
  • AN/GRR-5
  • AN/GSG-1
  • AN/GSG-2
  • AN/GSG-3
  • AN/GSG-4
  • AN/GSG-5 & AN/GSG-6: "BIRDIE" Nike missile CCCS
  • AN/GSG-7
  • AN/GSG-8
  • AN/GSG-9
  • AN/GSG-10 TACFIRE
  • AN/GSQ-1
  • AN/GSQ-16: Automatic Language Translator
  • AN/GSQ-33: Burroughs SM-65 Atlas ICBM Guidance Computer MOD1
  • AN/GSQ-272: Distributed Common Ground System
  • AN/GSS-1: medium-range transportable radar set used as a search radar for the Nike Air Defence Missile system
  • AN/GVS-3: Laser Rangefinder, ruby laser cavity, used by artillery forward observers and 4,2-inch mortar forward observers with infantry and armor units, Martin Marietta, Ocala, FL
  • AN/GYK-29: battery computer system
  • AN/GYQ-7: data processing system
  • GPNVG-18: quad-tubed panoramic night vision goggles

M

  • AN/MLQ-10: Generator Set, 30 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-12: Generator Set, 60 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-15: Generator Set, 15 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-16: Generator Set, 5 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-18: Generator Set, 10 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-24: ground radio frequency receiver
  • AN/MLQ-35: Generator Set, 5 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-36: Generator Set, 5 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-37: Generator Set, 10 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-38: Generator Set, 10 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-39: Generator Set, 15 kW, 400 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-40: Generator Set, 30 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-41: Generator Set, 60 kW, 50/60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-42: Generator Set, 3 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MLQ-43: Generator Set, 3 kW, 60 Hz
  • AN/MPG-1: radar
  • AN/MPN-1: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-2: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-3: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-5: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-11: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-14: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-26: ground control radar
  • AN/MPN-T1: shore-based variant of AN/SPN-10 automatic landing system, Bell Aircraft Corp. under BuShips contract[22]
  • AN/MPQ-1
  • AN/MPQ-2
  • AN/MPQ-3
  • AN/MPQ-4 Counter-mortar (Firefinder) Radar
  • AN/MPQ-5
  • AN/MPQ-6
  • AN/MPQ-7
  • AN/MPQ-8
  • AN/MPQ-9
  • AN/MPQ-10
  • AN/MPQ-11
  • AN/MPQ-12 Corporal II
  • AN/MPQ-13
  • AN/MPQ-14
  • AN/MPQ-15
  • AN/MPQ-20
  • AN/MPQ-33
  • AN/MPQ-34
  • AN/MPQ-35: high/medium-altitude threat detection radar for MIM-23 Hawk surface-to-air missile system
  • AN/MPQ-37
  • AN/MPQ-39
  • AN/MPQ-46
  • AN/MPQ-48
  • AN/MPQ-50
  • AN/MPQ-51
  • AN/MPQ-53
  • AN/MPQ-55
  • AN/MPQ-57
  • AN/MPQ-61
  • AN/MPQ-62
  • AN/MPQ-64
  • AN/MPQ-65
  • AN/MPS-1
  • AN/MPS-2
  • AN/MPS-3
  • AN/MPS-4
  • AN/MPS-5
  • AN/MPS-14: height finder
  • AN/MPS-36: mobile radar used to track missiles in flight at the WSMR
  • AN/MPX-1
  • AN/MPX-2
  • AN/MPX-3
  • AN/MPX-4
  • AN/MPX-5
  • AN/MPX-6
  • AN/MPX-7
  • AN/MRC-1
  • AN/MRC-2
  • AN/MRC-3
  • AN/MRC-4
  • AN/MRC-5
  • AN/MRC-6
  • AN/MRC-7
  • AN/MRC-8
  • AN/MRC-9
  • AN/MRC-10
  • AN/MRN-1: localizer mounted in K-53 truck replaced SCR-241, used with RC-103
  • AN/MRN-2 Radio Range mounted in K-53 truck used with SCR-522
  • AN/MRN-3: jeep mounted, marker beacon
  • AN/MRN-4
  • AN/MRN-5
  • AN/MRN-6
  • AN/MRN-7
  • AN/MRN-8
  • AN/MRN-9
  • AN/MRN-10
  • AN/MRN-11
  • AN/MRN-12: mobile control tower
  • AN/MRN-20: mobile control tower (trailer mounted)
  • AN/MRQ-7: doppler radio Corporal II
  • AN/MRR-5 radio receiver
  • AN/MSA-6 computer Corporal II
  • AN/MSG-4: Army mobile air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MSG-5: air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MSQ-1: Close Support Control Set, Reeves Instrument Corporation
  • AN/MSQ-1A: remote air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MSQ-13: interim air defense system, Sperry Corporation, 1950s
  • AN/MSQ-35: radar bomb scoring central employed by RBS "Express"
  • AN/MSQ-39
  • AN/MSQ-77: mobile ground radar control unit deployed on Combat SkySpot
  • AN/MSQ-46: descendant of AN/MSQ-39
  • AN/MSQ-104

P

  • AN/PAQ-1: LTD (Laser Target Designator)
  • AN/PAQ-3: MULE (Modular Universal Laser Equipment)[23]
  • AN/PAQ-4: Insight IAL (Infrared Aiming Laser)[24]
  • AN/PAS-4: Night Vision Weapon Sight. (Weaponsight, Infrared). NSN 1090-00-790-6197; VARO Model 9903 and POLAN Model P-155. Primarily used on the M14 rifle during Vietnam[25]
  • AN/PAS-5: Driving Binoculars (variant SU-49/PAS-5) face mounted infrared (IR) binocular used with auxiliary infrared radiation source, enabling the user to operate a vehicle during night hours[26]
  • AN/PAS-6: Metascope, SU-43/U, Infrared. NSN 5855-790-6197; VARO Model 9902E[26]
  • AN/PAS-7: Handheld Thermal Viewer by NVL (Night Vision Laboratories).[27] NSN 5855-00-179-3169; PAS-7A (NSN 5855-01-093-3080)
  • AN/PAS-8: Aiming Light[28]
  • AN/PAS-10: Infrared Camera by Magnavox.[29]
  • AN/PAS-13: TWS (Thermal Weapon Sight)
  • AN/PAS-17: Thermal Weapon Sight[30]
  • AN/PAS-18: Stinger Night Sight[31]
  • AN/PAS-19: Thermal Imager[32]
  • AN/PAS-20: Hughes HHTI (Hand Held Thermal Imager)[33]
  • AN/PAS-21: FLIR Thermal Sight (FLIR SeeSpot III), for use with target laser designator or standalone.[34]
  • AN/PAS-22: Elbit LRTI (Long Range Thermal Imager), used in conjunction with target designator[35]
  • AN/PAS-23: L3Harris MTM (Mini Thermal Monocular) w/ IR laser[36]
  • AN/PAS-24: FLIR ObservIR Recon III Thermal Imager w/ laser rangefinder[37][38]
  • AN/PAS-25: Elbit TLSI (Thermal Laser Spot Imager) w/ "see-spot" capability for aiding with target designation[35]
  • AN/PAS-26: FLIR Recon III Lite Thermal Imager w/ laser rangefinder[38]
  • AN/PAS-27: Insight IWNS-T (Individual Weapon Night Sight-Thermal) [39]
  • AN/PAS-28: Raytheon MRTB (Medium Range Thermal Bi-Ocular), based on Elcan's PhantomIRxr[39][40][41]
  • AN/PAS-29: Optics 1 COTI/E-COTI ((Enhanced) Clip-On Thermal Imager), adds thermal imaging and can be combined with night vision goggles
  • AN/PAS-30: L3 MTI (Mini Thermal Imager), a monocular handheld unit[42][39]
  • AN/PAS-31: KAC INOD-LRT Clip-on Night Vision Sniper Scope (Integrated Night Observation Device—Long Range Thermal)[43][44]
  • AN/PAS-32: Universal Thermal Binocular?[45]
  • AN/PAS-33: FLIR Recon V Ultra Lightweight Thermal Binocular w/ laser rangefinder[46]
  • AN/PAS-34: Optics 1 COSI/E-COSI ((Enhanced) Clip on SWIR Imager), adds short-wave infrared thermal imaging and can be combined with night vision goggles
  • AN/PAS-35: Leonardo DRS FWS-I (Family of Weapon Sights-Individual) thermal weapon sight, pairs with ENVG and ENVG-B[47][48]
  • AN/PAS-36: BAE Systems FWS-I (Family of Weapon Sights-Individual) thermal weapon sight, to be paired with ENVG and ENVG-B[49]
  • AN/PDR-56: Navy Radiac Meter
  • AN/PDR-71: Navy Radiac Meter
  • AN/PED-1: Northrop Grumman LLDR (Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder), tripod-mounted laser designator
  • AN/PED-5: BAE TRIGR LTLM (Target Reconnaissance Infrared Geolocating Range Finder—Laser Target Locator Module), a tripod-mounted laser designator
  • AN/PED-6: Leonardo DRS JETS TLDS (Joint Effects Targeting System—Target Location Designation System), a tripod-mounted laser designator
  • AN/PED-7: Optics 1 LTLM II (Laser Target Locator Module), handheld/tripod-mounted laser designator
  • AN/PEM-1: L3 LBS (Laser Borelight System), used for zeroing small arms[50]
  • AN/PEQ-1: SOFLAM (Special Operations Forces Laser Acquisition Marker), a tripod-mounted laser designator by Northrop Grumman
  • AN/PEQ-2: Insight ITPIAL (Infrared Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser), weapon-mounted IR laser sight
  • AN/PEQ-3: Combined laser, IR pointer, and illuminator, for use with H-60 type helicopter's 7.62mm machine guns[51][52]
  • AN/PEQ-4: Insight MPLI (Medium Power Laser Illuminator), a handheld target laser designator[53]
  • AN/PEQ-5: Insight CVL (Carbine Visible Laser)
  • AN/PEQ-6: Insight ILLM (Integrated Laser Light Module) for MK 23 pistol
  • AN/PEQ-7: Wilcox MAD (Multi-Aiming Device), weapon-mounted laser sight[54]
  • AN/PEQ-9: Northrop Grumman LDM (Laser Designator Module)[55]
  • AN/PEQ-10: L3 LAM 1000 (Laser Aiming Module), for use with pistols[56]
  • AN/PEQ-11A: BE Meyers DIAL-100G (Dual Infrared Aiming Laser) Crew-Served Multi-Function Aiming Laser, often mounted to crew-served weapons in NAVSPECWAR boats[57][58]
  • AN/PEQ-13: Elbit CLRF (Common Laser Range Finder System), a binocular rangefinder[59][35]
  • AN/PEQ-14: Insight ILWLP (Integrated Laser White Light Pointer), for mounting on pistols[60]
  • AN/PEQ-15: Insight/L3Harris ATPIAL (Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Light), a weapon-mounted IR laser sight
    • LA-5/PEQ: several variants of the ATPIAL
    • AN/PEQ-15A: Steiner DBAL-A2 (Dual Beam Aiming Laser), a weapon-mounted IR laser sight
  • AN/PEQ-16: Insight/L3Harris IPIM/MIPIM ((Mini) Integrated Pointing Illumination Module), a weapon-mounted IR laser sight and visible flashlight
  • AN/PEQ-17: Elbit PLDR II (Portable Lightweight Designator/Rangefinder), a tripod mounted laser designator[61]
  • AN/PEQ-18: BE Meyers IZLID 1000P (Infrared Zoom Laser Illuminator Designator), weapon-mountable IR laser target designator and illuminator[62]
  • AN/PEQ-19: Elbit JTAC LTD (Joint Terminal Attack Controller Laser Target Designator), a tripod mounted laser designator[63]
  • LA-4/PEQ: BE Meyers GRI2P, visible green laser, IR pointer, IR illuminator[64]
  • LA-5/PEQ: See AN/PEQ-15
  • LA-7/PEQ: FN SCAR EGLM Pointer (Enhanced Grenade Launcher Module), for aiming grenade launcher[65]
  • LA-8/P: ALP (Aircrew Laser Pointer) by NVS (Night Vision Systems LLC), a laser pointer mounted on aircrew personnel's finger[66][67]
  • LA-9/P: B.E. Meyers GLARE OIS (Green Laser Active Response Equipment—Ocular Interruption System), a non-lethal laser dazzler[68]
  • LA-10u/PEQ: L3 HLM (Handheld Laser Marker), for target designation[69][70]
  • LA-11/PEQ: L3 CSHWAL (Crew Served Heavy Weapon Aiming Laser),[71][72] a hardened weapon-mounted aiming laser
  • LA-12/P: L3 weapon-mounted non-lethal laser dazzler, component of GLIS (Green Laser Interdiction System)[73][74]
  • LA-13/P: BE Meyers GLARE MOUT Plus (Green Laser Active Response Equipment; Military Operations in Urban Terrain), a non-lethal laser dazzler that is a component of GLIS (Green Laser Interdiction System)[75]
  • LA-16u/PEQ: L3 HLM II (Handheld Laser Marker),[76] for target designation
  • LA-17/PEQ: Optics 1 D-PILS (Dual-band Pointer and Illumination Laser System),[65] a weapon-mounted laser sight in the SWIR (short-wave infrared) spectrum[77]
  • LA-22/U: BE Meyers GLARE RECOIL (Green Laser Active Response Equipment; Regulated Emission Collimated Ocular Interruption Laser), a non-lethal laser dazzler[78]
  • LA-23/PEQ: L3Harris NGAL (Next Generation Aiming Laser), a weapon mounted laser sight, designated as MAS-L SAL (Miniature Aiming System-Laser; Squad Aiming Laser)
  • LA-24/PEQ: L3Harris PAL (Precision Aiming Laser), weapon-mounted laser sight with rangefinder and ballistic calculator for sniper weapons, designated as MAS-L PAL (Miniature Aiming System-Laser; Precision Aiming Laser)[79][80]
  • AN/PPN-1: Radar Beacon
  • AN/PPN-2
  • AN/PPN-3
  • AN/PPN-4
  • AN/PPN-5
  • AN/PPN-6
  • AN/PPN-7
  • AN/PPQ-1: Operational radar, personnel detection; a man portable radar set to be used during night patrols to detect enemy personnel[81]
  • AN/PPS-4: Portable Ground Surveillance Radar, also known as "Silent Sentry", Sperry Gyroscope, Surface Armament Division
  • AN/PPS-5A: Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/PPS-9: Ground Surveillance Radar with Battlefield Identification Friend-or-Foe Capability, RCA
  • AN/PPS-10: Ground Surveillance Radar with Battlefield Identification Friend-or-Foe Capability, General Dynamics (also known as GD Model 205)
  • AN/PPS-14: Listening Post Surveillance Device, developed by U.S. Army Land Warfare Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Grounds
  • AN/PPS-15: Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/PRC-1
  • AN/PRC-2
  • AN/PRC-3
  • AN/PRC-4
  • AN/PRC-5
  • AN/PRC-6
  • AN/PRC-7
  • AN/PRC-8
  • AN/PRC-9
  • AN/PRC-10
  • AN/PRC-11
  • AN/PRC-12
  • AN/PRC-13
  • AN/PRC-14
  • AN/PRC-15
  • AN/PRC-16
  • AN/PRC-17
  • AN/PRC-18
  • AN/PRC-19
  • AN/PRC-20
  • AN/PRC-25: Radio Set for Forward Area, Manpack-Vehicle, FM, 3-5 Mile Range. Electrospace Corp., Garden City, L.I.
  • AN/PRC-32
  • AN/PRC-41
  • AN/PRC-47
  • AN/PRC-49
  • AN/PRC-63
  • AN/PRC-65: man-portable transceiver, UHF-band, 1,120 channels, 100-156 mc, 6 lbs, Simmonds Precision Products, Inc.
  • AN/PRC-66: man-portable transceiver, UHF-band, 3,500 channels, 225-400 mc, 7 lbs, Collins Radio of Canada
  • AN/PRC-70
  • AN/PRC-74: Army Manpack Radio, Hughes Aircraft
  • AN/PRC-77: Radio Set for Forward Area, Manpack-Vehicle, VHF, FM-band, 3-5 Mile Range, a transistorised, lightweight, FM radio operating over a frequency range of 30-76 MC. It has 920 channels vs 350 channels in the substitute items and is used for short range communications. It also provides many and varied command and control channels for combat unit platoon and company level communications. Electrospace Corp., Garden City, L.I.
  • AN/PRC-90
  • AN/PRC-103
  • AN/PRC-104: USMC Manpack Radio, Hughes Aircraft
  • AN/PRC-112
  • AN/PRC-113(V): Magnavox VHF/UHF Radio set
  • AN/PRC-117F: Harris Falcon II MBMMR (Multiband Multimission Manpack Radio)
  • AN/PRC-117G: Harris Falcon III MNMR (Multiband Networking Manpack Radio)
  • AN/PRC-119: SINCGARS (Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System)
  • AN/PRC-125
  • AN/PRC-127: portable handheld radio
  • AN/PRC-140
  • AN/PRC-148: Thales MBITR (Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio) handheld radio; and JEM (JTRS Enhanced MBITR), an upgraded variant that works with the Joint Tactical Radio System
  • AN/PRC-149
  • AN/PRC-150(C): Harris Falcon II Manpack Radio
  • AN/PRC-152: Harris Falcon III Portable handheld radio, JTRS
  • AN/PRC-154: Thales Rifleman Radio[82]
  • AN/PRC-155: GD Manpack Radio[83]
  • AN/PRC-158: L3Harris Falcon® IV MCMP (Multi-channel Manpack)[84]
  • AN/PRC-159(V): L3Harris Falcon III Wideband Team Radio[85]
  • AN/PRC-160(V): L3Harris FALCON III Wideband HF/VHF Tactical Radio System, manpack[86]
  • AN/PRC-161: Viasat BATS-D (Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System - Dismounted)[87]
  • AN/PRC-162(V): Collins Aerospace Two-Channel Dismounted Ground Networking Radio, with RT-2048(C)/U[88]
  • AN/PRC-163: L3Harris Multi-channel Handheld Radio[89]
  • AN/PRC-165: L3Harris HH-VDL (Handheld Video Data Link)[90]
  • AN/PRC-166(V): Trellisware Technologies TW-875 TSM GHOST RADIO[91][92]
  • AN/PRC-167: L3Harris Multi-channel Manpack[93]
  • AN/PRC-168: Radio set[94]
  • AN/PRC-169(V): Silvus StreamCaster Radios[95][96][97]
  • AN/PRC-170: Thales Javelin MANET (Mobile Ad-hoc Networking) Handheld Radio[98][99]
  • AN/PRC-171: L3Harris Compact Team Radio[100]
  • AN/PRC-343: IISR (Integrated Intra Squad Radio) – Marconi H4855
  • AN/PRQ-7
  • AN/PRR-9
  • AN/PRS-1: Upgrade of original SCR-625 mine detector
  • AN/PRS-2: Mamie mine detector/Geiger counter
  • AN/PRS-3: Mine detector
  • AN/PRS-4: Mine detector
  • AN/PRS-5: Mine detector
  • AN/PRS-6: Mine detector
  • AN/PRS-7: Mine detector, metallic and plastic
  • AN/PRS-8: Mine detector
  • AN/PRS-9: Anti-intrusion device
  • AN/PRT-4
  • AN/PSM-6: Analog Volt-Ohm-Meter (VOM)
  • AN/PSM-13: Battery tester for BA-4386
  • AN/PSN-4: LORAN Manpack Receiver for Army helicopters avionics, developed by Teledyne Systems, Inc., Northridge, California
  • AN/PSN-11: PLGR (Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver)
  • AN/PSN-13: DAGR (Defense Advanced GPS Receiver)
  • AN/PSG-2A: Digital Message Device
  • AN/PSS-1
  • AN/PSS-10
  • AN/PSS-11: mine detector
  • AN/PSS-12: mine detector
  • AN/PSS-13: mine detector
  • AN/PSS-14: mine detector
  • AN/PSQ-4: Raytheon manpack radio[101]
  • AN/PSQ-5: Signal Analyzer System by TEKTRONIX[102]
  • AN/PSQ-6(V): Manpack radio set[103]
  • AN/PSQ-7: Monitor and Programmer assembly[104]
  • AN/PSQ-8: Radio set by Raytheon, to be used with JTIDS & MIDS (Joint Tactical Information Distribution System and Multifunctional Information Distribution System)[105]
  • AN/PSQ-9: TPCS-MPC (Team Portable Collection System Multi-Platform Capable), a man-portable computer system for gathering COMINT and SIGINT in the field[50]
  • AN/PSQ-10: Penetrometer case[106]
  • AN/PSQ-11(V): Topside Chlorinator/De-Chlorinator Ensemble, water treatment[107]
  • AN/PSQ-13: Nightstalker II Night Vision Device, interfaces with camera to take photos with night vision capabilities[108][109]
  • AN/PSQ-14: GLDNSM (Grenade Launcher Day/Night Sight Mounts)[110]
  • AN/PSQ-16(V): HHM (Hand Held Monitor) radio receiver, part of L3 REMBASS II/BAIS (Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System-II; Battlefield Anti-Intrusion System), which uses acoustic sensors to warn of enemy intrusions[111]
  • AN/PSQ-17: CPS (Communication Planning System), a notebook computer[a][112][113]
  • AN/PSQ-18: Grenade launcher sight[110][114]
  • AN/PSQ-19 and AN/PSQ-19A: TLDHS (Target Location, Designation, and Hand-Off System), a man-portable equipment suite allowing operators to determine their location and designate enemy locations for fires.[115]
  • AN/PSQ-20: ENVG (Enhanced Night Vision Goggle), monocular fusion night vision system
  • AN/PSQ-21: Day/Night Imager (V)2, (IMAGER 2), hand-placed thermal imaging equipment used to detect enemy movements[115]
  • AN/PSQ-22: HHPM (Hand-Held Programmer-Monitor), a sensor emplacement tool used to program sensor units and collect remote sensor data[116]
  • AN/PSQ-23: L3Harris STORM (Small Tactical Optical Rifle-Mounted laser rangefinder), includes laser rangefinder, ballistic calculator, as well visible and IR lasers
  • AN/PSQ-25: EPLRS-ENM (Enhanced Position Location Reporting System; EPLRS Network Manager), a software based in a ruggedized laptop for tracking troop movements[115]
  • AN/PSQ-27: Master station case, associated with AN/PSQ-9 TPCS-MPC (Team Portable Collection System Multi-Platform Capable), used for gathering COMINT and SIGINT[117]
  • AN/PSQ-28: Locate case (direction finder set?), associated with AN/PSQ-9 TPCS-MPC (Team Portable Collection System Multi-Platform Capable), used for gathering COMINT and SIGINT[118]
  • AN/PSQ-29: Modular case, associated with AN/PSQ-9 TPCS-MPC (Team Portable Collection System Multi-Platform Capable), used for gathering COMINT and SIGINT[119]
  • AN/PSQ-30: Advanced case, associated with AN/PSQ-9 TPCS-MPC (Team Portable Collection System Multi-Platform Capable), used for gathering COMINT and SIGINT[120]
  • AN/PSQ-34: Penetrometer for surveying work[121]
  • AN/PSQ-35: Receiving radio set[122]
  • AN/PSQ-36: L3 FGS/FGS-PI (Fusion Goggle System (Product-Improvement)), binocular fusion night vision system[123]
  • AN/PSQ-37(V): Receiving radio set[124]
  • AN/PSQ-38(V): Receiving radio set[125]
  • AN/PSQ-39: L3 ENVG III program (Enhanced Night Vision Goggle), monocular fusion night vision system[126][127][128][129]
  • AN/PSQ-40: DRS ENVG III program (Enhanced Night Vision Goggle), monocular fusion night vision system[130][127][131][128][129]
  • AN/PSQ-42: L3Harris ENVG-B (Enhanced Night Vision Goggle-Binocular); pair of binocular fusion night vision goggles
  • AN/PSQ-44: Elbit ENVG-B (Enhanced Night Vision Goggle-Binocular); pair of binocular fusion night vision goggles
  • AN/PVN-1: landing light set (portable)
  • AN/PVQ-2: Sensory Aid Device, for helping individuals with vision impairments navigate their environments, device sent out pulses of light which, when reflected off of objects around the user, would give the user an auditory cue[81]
  • AN/PVQ-31A and AN/PVQ-31B: Trijicon ACOG M150 RCO (Rifle Combat Optic), based on Trijicon TA31RCO ACOG; for mounting on M16A2/A4 (AN/PVQ-31A) or M4 Carbine (AN/PVQ-31B) [50][132]
  • AN/PVS-1: Night vision scope[133][134]
  • AN/PVS-2: Starlight scope (night vision scope)[135][134]
  • AN/PVS-3: Night Vision Sight, Miniaturized[136]
  • AN/PVS-4: Night Vision Sight, Individual Served Weapon (night vision sight for small arms)
  • AN/PVS-5: Night Vision Goggles
  • AN/PVS-6: Litton MELIOS (Mini Eyesafe Laser Infrared Observation Set), binocular system with laser target designator[137][138]
  • AN/PVS-7: ITT/Litton Night Vision Goggles system, dual-eye single-tube design
  • AN/PVS-8: Long Range Night Vision Sight[139][140]
  • AN/PVS-9(V): Simrad Night Weapon Sight[141]
  • AN/PVS-10: Litton Night Vision Sniper Scope (8.5x), also referred to as Sniper Night Sight (SNS) in other sources, specifically the SNS2142[142][72]
  • AN/PVS-11: Litton Pocketscope (handheld monocular)[140][143]
  • AN/PVS-12: L3 Aquila Sniper Night Sight, PVS-12 (WS2150) is 4x while PVS-12A (WS2154) is 6x scope [144][145][72]
  • AN/PVS-13: L3 LMNVS (Laser Marker Night Vision Sight), only to be used with AN/PEQ-1A laser designator[53]
  • AN/PVS-14: MNVD (Monocular Night Vision Device), ITT and Litton versions
  • AN/PVS-15: L3 BNVS (Binocular Night Vision System), M953 and M921
  • AN/PVS-16: Gyro-Stabilized Binoculars[146]
  • AN/PVS-17: L3 MNS (Miniature Night Sight), night vision weapon sight
  • AN/PVS-18: L3 M983 Night Vision Monocular, handheld or helmet mounted[147][72]
  • AN/PVS-19: L3 INOD? (Integrated Night/Day Fire Control Observation Device)[citation needed]
  • AN/PVS-20: L3 night vision sight, for crew served weapons[148]
  • AN/PVS-21: Steiner Low Profile NVG[149]
  • AN/PVS-22: UNS (Universal Night Sight), a night weapon sight co-designed by OSTI Startron and KAC, likely most similar to the MilSight T105 currently produced by FLIR.[150][151][152][b][153][154][155]
  • AN/PVS-23: Harris Night Vision Binocular (F5050), ruggedized night vision binoculars derived from the aviation AN/AVS-6/9[156]
  • AN/PVS-24: L3Harris M2124 CNVD (Clip-on Night Vision Device); clip-on NV weapon sight, previously referred to as IWNS-I2 (Individual Weapon Night Sight Image Intensified)[157][72]
  • AN/PVS-25: L3 WFoV DIT NVG (Wide Field of View; Diverging Image Tube; Night Vision Goggles), a prototype pair of night vision goggles optimized to increase peripheral vision[158]
  • AN/PVS-26: KAC UNS LRLP (Universal Night Sight Long Range Low Profile), night vision scope[159][160][161]
  • AN/PVS-27: FLIR MUNS (Magnum Universal Night Sight), based on MilSight S135, previously referred to as Scout Sniper Medium Range Night Sight (SSMRNS)[50][162][163]
  • AN/PVS-29: SureFire VLIR (Visible Light Illuminator Replacement), flashlight based on the M962 kit.[c] Fielded by USMC.[50][164]
  • AN/PVS-30: KAC UNS LR LP (Universal Night Sight Long Range Low Profile).[165][166][c][167][168] Has also been designated as UNS LR and CoSNS (Clip-on Sniper Night Sight) in the past.[169]
  • AN/PVS-31: L3Harris BNVD(Binocular Night Vision Device)
  • MX-12391/PVS: SureFire VBL III M620V Vampire Scout Tan (Visible Bright Light), weapon-mounted light with dual visible/IR output[170][171]
  • MX-12392/PVS: SureFire VBL III M720V Raid Black (Visible Bright Light), weapon-mounted light with dual visible/IR output[170][172]
  • MX-12393/PVS: Insight VBL III WMX200 (detachable) weapon-mounted dual IR/visible light output (this variant can detach from weaponmount to be used hand-held)[173][174]
  • MX-12393A/PVS: Insight VBL III WMX200 (fixed to rail) weapon-mounted dual IR/visible light output[173][175]
  • MX-12393B/PVS: Insight VBL III WMX200 (swing mount variant) weapon-mounted dual IR/visible light output (this variant has a hinge on the mount which allows the flashlight to swing out; depending on which rail the light is mounted to, the hinge allows the light to swing upward or downward)[173][176]
  • MX-12395/PVS: SureFire VBL III M720V Raid Tan (Visible Bright Light), weapon-mounted light with dual IR/visible output[170][177]
  • SU-230/PVS: Elcan 1-4x Articulated Telescope (SpecterDR) in tan[114]
    • SU-230A/PVS: Elcan SpecterDR 1-4x for 7.62mm weapons[178][179]
    • SU-230B/PVS: Elcan SpecterDR 1.5-6x for 7.62mm weapons[178][180]
    • SU-230C/PVS: Elcan SpecterDR 1.5-6x for 5.56mm weapons[178][181]
  • SU-231/PEQ: EOTech 553, it replaced the previously used Trijicon reflex sight and ECOS-N (Aimpoint CompM2) from SOPMOD Block I[182]
  • SU-232/PAS: L3 CNVD-T (Clip-on Night Vision Device-Thermal) weapon sight[186]
  • SU-233/PVS: Insight VBL III (Visible Bright Light), based on Insight M3X, with IR filter;[114] is a replacement for the VBL II (which was based on the SureFire M952V kit but did not have a JETDS designation)[187]
  • SU-237/PVS: Trijicon ACOG TA31ECOS[188]
  • SU-238/PVS: Insight VBL III (Visible Bright Light), based on Insight M6 weapon light with laser and IR laser;[114] is a replacement for the VBL II (which was based on the SureFire M952V kit but did not have a JETDS designation)[187]
  • SU-250/U: Elbit image convertor for F6015VGA night vision monocular[189][190]
  • SU-251/U: ITT image intensifier for AN/AVS-9 F4949 goggles[191]
  • SU-252/U: NVS thermal sight (Night Vision Systems LLC), used as a thermal weapon sight on M2HB and M240 machine guns[192][193]
  • SU-253/PEQ: EOTech M40GL grenade launcher sight[194]
  • SU-255/U: FLIR/OSTI long range night sight[195][190]
  • SU-258/PVQ: Trijicon SDO (Squad automatic weapon Day Optic), mounted on M249 SAW or M27 IAR; is made up of TA11 SDO 3.5x35 ACOG w/ Trijicon RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex sight)[196][197]
  • SU-260/P: Trijicon MDO (Machine gun Day Optic), mounted on M240 machine gun; is made up of TA648MGO-240 6x48 ACOG w/ Trijicon RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex sight)[198][50]
  • SU-261/P: L3/Insight MRDS (Mini Red Dot Sight)[72]
  • SU-263/PVS: SureFire VBL-H (Visible Bright Light), a light mounted to crew-served weapons, based on the SureFire Hellfighter[199][200][170]
  • SU-264/PEQ: EOTech ECOS-H (Enhanced Combat Optic System-Heavy), based on EOTech MK 56, designed to be mounted on the M2 machine gun as a quick reaction sight[71][194][201]
  • SU-265/PEQ: Elcan ECOS-H (Enhanced Combat Optic System-Heavy), designed as a wide field of view optic to be mounted on the M2 machine gun[71][194][202]
  • SU-267/P: DRS SPOTR thermal sight (Spot On Target), used by infantry to verify that the LA-10u/PEQ or LA-16u/PEQ HLM (Handheld Laser Marker) is correctly designating a target[203][204]
  • SU-269/PVS: Elcan SpecterDR 1-4x for 5.56mm weapons in black (same as SU-230/PVS except for color)[178][205]
  • SU-270/PAS: FLIR TaNS (Tactical Night Sight), I2 night vision scope[206]
  • SU-271/PAS: FLIR ThermoSight T70 Weapon Sight and Recon Scope[46]
  • SU-277/PSQ: L3 BSM (Ballistic Sighting Module), a reflex sight with IR aiming and illuminating lasers for aiming M203, M320, MK 19, and other standard low-medium velocity weapons systems[207][208]
  • SU-278/PVS: Aimpoint Micro T-1, the red dot component of the ECOS-O (Enhanced Combat Optical Sight-Optimized)[209][210][citation needed]
  • SU-279/PVS: Leupold Mark 6 3-18x44mm, the scope component of ECOS-O (Enhanced Combat Optical Sight-Optimized)[210][211][citation needed]
  • SU-280/PAS: Leonardo DRS INOD-Block III (Improved Night/Day Observation Device) thermal weapon sight[212][213]
  • SU-289/PVQ: Trijicon SCO VCOG 1-8x scope (Squad Combat Optic; Variable Combat Optic Gunsight)[214][215]
  • SU-290/PEQ: L3Harris ESLRF (Eye-Safe Laser RangeFinder), part of the MTS (Multi-spectral Targeting System)[216][217]
  • SU-291/PVS: Trijicon HRS (Handgun Reflex Sight), fulfills role of MAS-D HRS (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Handgun Reflex Sight); sight is based on Trijicon RMR (Ruggedized Mini Reflex)[218][219]
  • SU-292/PVS: Eotech CQS (Close Quarters Sight), fulfills role of CQS in the MAS-D program (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Close Quarters Sight), the exact model is not specified as of July 2022[220]
  • SU-293/PVS: SIG Tango6 1-6x24mm scope, fulfills role of MAS-D S-VPS (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Squad Variable Power Scope) for SOCOM, DVO (Direct View Optic) for Army M4A1 carbines, and is the optic used with M110A1 Rifle[221][222][223]
  • SU-294/PVS: Nightforce 1-8x24mm scope MAS-D S-VPS (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Squad Variable Power Scope), based on Nightforce ATACR 1-8x24mm F1 optic, is used with the M4A1[224][225][226][227][228]
  • SU-295/PVS: Nightforce 5-25x56mm scope MAS-D P-VPS Standard (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Precision Variable Power Scope, Standard), is based on ATACR 5-25x56mm F1 scope (Advanced Tactical Riflescope, Front Focal Plane), is used with MK 21 PSR, M107 AMR, and MK 22 ASR.[226][229][225]
  • SU-296/PVS: Nightforce 7-35x56mm scope MAS-D P-VPS Long Range (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Precision Variable Power Scope, Long Range), based on ATACR 7-35x56mm F1 scope (Advanced Tactical Riflescope, Front Focal Plane), for use with MK 21 PSR, M107 AMR, and MK 22 ASR.[224][229][226][225]
  • SU-298/PVS: Matbock ARD (Acquire-Read-Deploy) launcher sight, for use with MK 19, M203, M320, Carl Gustaf 8.4 cm recoilless rifle[230][231][232]
  • SU-300/PVS: Vortex 1-6x24mm scope MAS-D S-VPS (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Squad Variable Power Scope), is based on Vortex Razor HD Gen II-E 1-6x24mm [233]
  • SU-303/PVS: Nightforce 4-20x50mm scope MAS-D R-VPS (Miniature Aiming System-Day Optic; Ranging-Variable Power Scope), based on Nightforce ATACR 4-20x50mm F1, and used MK 17, MK 20 SSR, M110A1 (SDMR vs CSASS?), M110A3[226][224][225]
  • AN/PYQ-7
  • AN/PYQ-10

S

  • AN/SAR-1: U.S. Navy, Viewer, Infrared (handheld or searchlight mounted). Model MI-2558, MI-2558a; Mfg by RCA (previously US/C-3 and US/C-3a)
  • AN/SAR-2: U.S. Navy Infrared Receiving Set (handheld). Viewer mfg by RCA.
  • AN/SAR-4: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared (searchlight mounted). Mfg by Lewyt Mfg Corp.
  • AN/SAR-6: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared (handheld or searchlight mounted). Mfg by Lewyt Mfg Corp.
  • AN/SAR-7: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared (handheld or searchlight mounted). Mfg by VARO Inc and B&B Mfg Co.
  • AN/SAR-7A: U.S. Navy Viewing Set, Infrared (handheld or searchlight mounted). Mfg by VARO Inc
  • AN/SLA-15: Naval Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Antenna Set
  • AN/SLQ-17: deception repeater for  Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/SLQ-25: Naval Torpedo Decoy System "Nixie"
  • AN/SLQ-26: Naval Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Suite
  • AN/SLQ-32: Naval Electronic Warfare Suite
  • AN/SLQ-49: Chaff Buoy Decoy System
  • AN/SPA-4: Shipboard Radar Repeater (tube model)
  • AN/SPA-25: Shipboard Radar Repeater (transistorized)
  • AN/SPA-66: Radar Indicator, Hazeltine Corp., Dero R&D Corp., Gulf Aerospace[234]
  • AN/SPA-256: Display used with AN/SPS-55 Radar, Cardion Electronics, Inc.
  • AN/SPG-49: Illumination and tracking radar associated with RIM-8 Talos fire control system.
  • AN/SPG-51: sea missile fire control radar mounted on  Charles F. Adams-class destroyers, Virginia-class cruisers,  California-class cruisers, and  Kidd-class destroyers.
  • AN/SPG-53: Naval Gunfire Control Radar Director mounted on  Belknap-class cruisers,  Mitscher-class destroyers,  Forrest Sherman-class destroyers,  Farragut-class destroyers, Charles F. Adams-class destroyers,  Knox-class frigates as well as others.
  • AN/SPG-55: sea missile fire control radar mounted on Belknap-class cruisers,  Leahy-class cruisers and Farragut-class destroyers. It was also used on the nuclear-powered single units USS Long Beach, USS Bainbridge and USS Truxtun.
  • AN/SPG-59: multifunction radar for Typhon combat system; canceled 1963
  • AN/SPG-60: sea missile fire control radar mounted on Charles F. Adams-class destroyers
  • AN/SPG-62: sea fire control radar
  • AN/SPN-10: shipboard automatic landing system, Bell Aircraft Corp. under BuShips contract[22]
  • AN/SPN-35: automatic landing system radar
  • AN/SPN-41
  • AN/SPN-42: automatic carrier landing system radar
  • AN/SPN-43: air marshalling radar
  • AN/SPN-44: air traffic control radar
  • AN/SPN-45
  • AN/SPN-46
  • AN/SPQ-5: early beam emitting radar for early model Terrier missiles
  • AN/SPQ-9: sea fire control radar
  • AN/SPQ-10
  • AN/SPQ-11: sea space tracking radar, Cobra Judy
  • AN/SPS-6: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-8: 2D height finding radar
  • AN/SPS-10: 2D surface search radar
  • AN/SPS-12: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-29: sea radar
  • AN/SPS-30: 3D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-32: sea radar mounted on  Long Beach-class cruisers and the  Enterprise-class aircraft carrier
  • AN/SPS-33: sea radar mounted on Long Beach-class cruisers and the Enterprise-class aircraft carrier
  • AN/SPS-37: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-39: 3D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-40: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-43: 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-48: 3D sea air search radar
  • AN/SPS-49: sea air search radar
  • AN/SPS-52: sea radar
  • AN/SPS-55: surface search radar
  • AN/SPS-58: Low altitude 2D air search radar
  • AN/SPS-64: navigation radar, USN designation for Canadian LN-66 radar.[235]
  • AN/SPS-67: surface search radar
  • AN/SPS-73: surface search radar
  • AN/SPS-77:
  • AN/SPW-2: RIM-8 Talos guidance radar
  • AN/SPY-1: sea radar mounted on  Ticonderoga-class cruisers and  Arleigh Burke-class destroyers
  • AN/SPY-2
  • AN/SPY-3: sea radar to be mounted on the DD(X) and CG(X) classes
  • AN/SPY-6
  • AN/SPY-7
  • AN/SQQ-23: sea sonar
  • AN/SQQ-32
  • AN/SQQ-34: carrier ASW suite
  • AN/SQQ-89
  • AN/SQR-17: sonobuoy processor part of the LAMPS system used on Knox,  Oliver Hazard Perry,  Spruance-class ships
  • AN/SQR-18: tactical towed array sonar system used on Knox-class ships
  • AN/SQR-19: tactical towed array sonar system as part of the AN/SQQ-89 suite
  • AN/SQR-20: Passive-Only Towed Array Sonar System (TASS) (now known as the TB-37U)
  • AN/SQS-23: transducer (naval aircraft) Massa Division of Dynamics Corp. of America, Hazeltine Corporation[236]
  • AN/SQS-26: sea sonar
  • AN/SQS-35: variable depth sonar system (IVDS).
  • AN/SQS-38: hull-mounted version of the AN/SQS-35 designed for  Hamilton-class Coast Guard cutters—removed in the 1990s
  • AN/SQS-53: sea sonar
  • AN/SQS-56: hull mounted sonar system designed for the Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates nicknamed "Hellen Keller"
  • AN/SRC-9: radio navigation set for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/SRC-31: receiver for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/SSQ-1: Magnavox prototype sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-15: first production active sonobuoy, range-only B-size sonobuoy (obsolete – replaced in the late 1960s by the lighter A-size AN/SSQ-47)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-2B: first mass-produced sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-20: an Americanized version of the British T-1946 directional sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-23: omnidirectional 'Julie' first low frequency passive sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-28: omnidirectional 'Jezebel' Low Frequency Analysis and Recording (LOFAR) passive sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-36: BathyThermograph (BT) sonobuoy[237]
  • AN/SSQ-41: Low Frequency Analysis and Recording (LOFAR) passive sonobuoy (obsolete – replaced both AN/SSQ-23 and AN/SSQ-28)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-42: Extended Echo Ranging (EER) directional sonobuoy, Hazeltine[238]
  • AN/SSQ-46: EER directional sonobuoy, General Electric
  • AN/SSQ-47: range only active sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-48: omnidirectional 'Jezebel' LOFAR passive sonobuoy (obsolete)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-50: Command Activated Sonobuoy System (CASS) sonobuoy (obsolete – was introduced to replace AN/SSQ-47)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-53: Directional Frequency Analysis and Recording (DIFAR) passive directional sonobuoy[239]
  • AN/SSQ-57: Low Frequency Analysis and Recording (LOFAR) sonobuoy (obsolete – was merged with DIFAR AN/SSQ-53)[17]
  • AN/SSQ-62: Directional Command Activated Sonobuoy System (DICASS) active sonobuoy, developed and manufactured under the auspices of Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, PA, by Sparton Corp., Jackson, MI, and Raytheon, Newport, RI[240]
  • AN/SSQ-75: Expendable Reliable Acoustic Path Sonobuoy (ERAPS) active sonobuoy (obsolete)[239]
  • AN/SSQ-77: Vertical Line Array Directional (VLAD) frequency analysis and recording sonobuoy[239]
  • AN/SSQ-86: Data Link Communications (DLC) sonobuoy[239]
  • AN/SSQ-101: Air Deployable Active Receiver (ADAR) sonobuoy[17]
  • AN/SSQ-110: Extended Echo Ranging (EER) sonobuoy[17]
  • AN/SSQ-108: OUTBOARD and OUTBOARD II
  • AN/SSQ-125: active sonobuoy[237]
  • AN/SSQ-536: BathyThermograph (BT) sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[241]
  • AN/SSQ-553: directional passive sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[241]
  • AN/SSQ-565: multistatic low frequency active source sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[241]
  • AN/SSQ-573: directional low frequency active receiver sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[241]
  • AN/SSQ-906: Low Frequency Analysis and Recording (LOFAR) omnidirectional sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[242]
  • AN/SSQ-926: active transmitter sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[241]
  • AN/SSQ-955: directional passive sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[241]
  • AN/SSQ-963: Command Active Multi-Beam Sonobuoy (CAMBS) directional sonobuoy, Ultra Electronics[242]
  • AN/SYS-1: Automatic Detection & Tracking System developed under the auspices of Naval Sea Systems Command by Applied Physics Laboratory, Howard County, MD, and manufactured by Hughes Aircraft Co., Fullerton, CA, Dynell Electronics Corp., NY, Univac, Electronic Communications Inc., FL[243]
  • AN/SYS-2: sea mission computer
  • AN/SYA-1: tactical display system
  • AN/SYA-4: tactical display system

T

  • AN/TAS-1
  • AN/TAS-2 IR sight for 106mm recoilless rifle
  • AN/TAS-3
  • AN/TAS-4 A thermal imaging night sight developed by Texas Instruments for the U.S. Army
  • AN/TGC-14A: lightweight teletypewriter set, developed as a commercial teleprinter (MITE Mod 104) by the Mite Corp. (not to be confused with Mitre Corp.), a small business
  • AN/TLQ-17: communications and countermeasures system
  • AN/TMQ-19: meteorological radar for use in AN/UMQ-7 system, Servo Corporation of America
  • AN/TMQ-22: portable weather observing pack which measures ambient pressure, temperature, dew point, surface wind, and precipitation, Cambridge Systems, Inc.
  • AN/TMQ-53: transportable meteorological observing system (TMOS)
  • AN/TPL-1: searchlight radar
  • AN/TPN-1: radar beacon big Eureka Rebecca/Eureka transponding radar
  • AN/TPN-2 Rebecca/Eureka transponding radar
  • AN/TPN-3
  • AN/TPN-4
  • AN/TPQ-10
  • AN/TPQ-31: radar
  • AN/TPQ-36
  • AN/TPQ-37
  • AN/TPQ-43: Seek Score[244]
  • AN/TPQ-48 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar
  • AN/TPQ-49 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar (v2)
  • AN/TPS-1: transportable Air Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-1D: transportable Air Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-1E: transportable Air Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-1G: transportable Air Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-2
  • AN/TPS-3
  • AN/TPS-4
  • AN/TPS-5
  • AN/TPS-6
  • AN/TPS-7
  • AN/TPS-8
  • AN/TPS-9
  • AN/TPS-10
  • AN/TPS-11
  • AN/TPS-12
  • AN/TPS-13
  • AN/TPS-14
  • AN/TPS-15
  • AN/TPS-16
  • AN/TPS-17
  • AN/TPS-18
  • AN/TPS-19
  • AN/TPS-20
  • AN/TPS-22 Search and acquisition radar. Antenna reflector was on inside of rotating inflatable radome. USMC
  • AN/TPS-25 Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-32 lightweight amphibious assault radar
  • AN/TPS-34 Search and acquisition radar. Had incoherent MTI. Used by USMC and RAF
  • AN/TPS-41: mobile weather radar that can detect, locate, and determine size, shape, intensity, and movement of precipitation, natural clouds and nuclear clouds out to a range of 160 n.m.
  • AN/TPS-42 Mobile air surveillance radar, man-pack, low frequency, UHF-band, 3-D radar, solid state except for power transmitter tubes and cathode-ray tubes display, 50 mi coverage, developed by RADC, antennas by Goodyear/Loral
  • AN/TPS-43
  • AN/TPS-44 Air surveillance radar
  • AN/TPS-58 Ground Surveillance Radar
  • AN/TPS-59: transportable air surveillance and theater ballistic missile (TBM) detection radar
  • AN/TPS-63: Mobile 2D surveillance radar
  • AN/TPS-68: Tactical Weather Radar
  • AN/TPS-70
  • AN/TPS-71: ROTHR (Relocatable Over-the-Horizon Radar)
  • AN/TPS-72
  • AN/TPS-75: transportable 3-dimensional air search radar
  • AN/TPS-77: transportable version of the AN/FPS-117 solid state phased array radar
  • AN/TPS-78
  • AN/TPX-46: Interrogator Set, ground portion of the DOD AIMS Mark XII IFF System used with MIM-23 Hawk, MIM-14 Nike Hercules, and Army Air Defense Control and Coordination Systems, it is also used in conjunction with Ground Control Approach Radar. Manufactured by Hazeltine Corp., Little Neck, N.Y.
  • AN/TPY-2 THAAD
  • AN/TRA-1: signal booster for AN/TRC-1, -3, and -4
  • AN/TRC-1: radio relay station
  • AN/TRC-2 SCR-694
  • AN/TRC-3: radio relay station
  • AN/TRC-4: radio relay station
  • AN/TRC-25: radio
  • AN/TRC-75
  • AN/TRC-77: radio
  • AN/TRC-80
  • AN/TRC-97
  • AN/TRD-4: direction finder
  • AN/TRN-30: low frequency beacon, LORAN
  • AN/TRQ-23: receiving set
  • AN/TRQ-30: man pack assembly
  • AN/TRW-1: target control transmitting equipment
  • AN/TSC-88: mobile satellite communications
  • AN/TSM-1: crystal tester TS-39 Standard Oscillator
  • AN/TSM-2
  • AN/TSM-3: crystal tester TS-330 Standard Oscillator
  • AN/TSM-4: crystal tester TS-384 Standard Oscillator
  • AN/TSM-5
  • AN/TSM-6: test set for type AN/SSQ-2 Sonobuoys
  • AN/TSM-7
  • AN/TSM-8
  • AN/TSM-9
  • AN/TSM-10
  • AN/TSM-126
  • AN/TSM-136: automated spectral analysis system (under development in 1978, never completed/fielded)
  • AN/TSQ-51: "Missile Mentor" Nike missile CCCS computer
  • AN/TSC-62: Technical Control Facility
  • AN/TSQ-73: Army Tactical Air Control System/Tactical Air Defense System "Missile Minder"
  • AN/TSQ-81 COMBAT SKYSPOT ground directed bombing unit, transportable version of AN/MSQ-77.[245]
  • AN/TSQ-91: Air Force Tactical Air Control System/Tactical Air Defense System
  • AN/TSQ-178: Joint-STARS ground station
  • AN/TSQ-179: Joint-STARS Common Ground Station (CGS)
  • AN/TSQ-198: Tactical Terminal Control System
  • AN/TSW-7: Air Force Tower LORAN Manual Air Terminal
  • AN/TTC: transportable telephone switchboards
  • AN/TVQ-2 Ground/Vehicular Laser Locator Designator (G/VLLD)
  • AN/TVS-5
  • AN/TYC-10: Message Processing Center (MPC); Air Force Tactical Air Control System/Tactical Air Defense System
  • AN/TYQ-1: Tactical Air Command Central (TACC), a cornerstone of the Marine Air Command and Control System (MACCS), Philco-Ford
  • AN/TYQ-2: Tactical Air Operations Central (TAOC), MACCS, Litton
  • AN/TYQ-3: Tactical Data Communications Central (TDCC), MACCS, Collins Radio and Univac
  • AN/TYQ-23 Transportable Automated Air Command and Control System

U

  • AN/UCC-4
  • AN/UDM-1: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/UDM-2: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/UDM-6: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/UDM-7: Army Radiac Calibrator Set
  • AN/UGC-16: teletype, Teletype Corp.
  • AN/UGC-20: teletype, Stelma Co.[18]
  • AN/UGC-49: Teletypewriter
  • AN/ULQ-6
  • AN/UMQ-7: Army Meteorological Data Sounding System with airborne elements installed on a fast-rise balloon, which includes radar (AN/TMQ-19), balloons and radiosondes which measures temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, and atmospheric pressure up to an altitude of 30 km. This data is used for artillery ballistic corrections. Engelhard Industries, Inc.
  • AN/UPN-1: radar beacon BUPS (Beacon Ultra Portable S-Band)
  • AN/UPN-2: radar beacon BUPS
  • AN/UPN-3: radar beacon BUPSX was AN/PPN-6
  • AN/UPN-4: radar beacon BUPSX was AN/PPN-7
  • AN/UPS-1: limited range "gap-filler" search radar; designed to fit in a single landing craft; USMC and RAF
  • AN/UPX-37
  • AN/UPX-137: IFF system test set
  • AN/UPX-39: Interrogator System
  • AN/UQQ-2
  • AN/URC-4
  • AN/URC-10
  • AN/URC-11
  • AN/URC-14
  • AN/URC-32 Shipboard HF Transceiver
  • AN/URC-64
  • AN/URC-68
  • AN/URD-4: navigation direction finder for use with Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/URM-25D Signal Generator
  • AN/URN-20: TACAN navigation system for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/URN-25: Beacon, together with the OE-273(V) antenna, transmits and receives coded radio signals to and from TACAN equipped aircraft so that aircraft can determine identity of vessel and aircraft distance and bearing from beacon. Gould NavCom Systems (AN/URN-25); ITT Avionics (OE-273)
  • AN/URQ-9 Frequency Standard
  • AN/URQ-10 Frequency Standard
  • AN/URQ-13 Frequency Standard radio for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/USR-1: Airborne Surveillance Receiver Watkins-Johnson
  • AN/UPR-2: ionospheric sounder for Virginia-class cruisers
  • AN/USC-42 Miniaturized Demand-Assigned Multiple Access (Mini-DAMA) SATCOM transceiver
  • AN/USC-61 Digital Modular Radio
  • AN/USD-1 Drone
  • AN/USD-2
  • AN/USM-247: Versatile Avionics Shop Test (VAST) System, a computer-controlled integrated system of testing modules and response monitors for aircraft carriers and shore-based installations to test avionics subsystems in the F-14A, E-2C and S-3A weapons systems, PRD Electronics (prime)
  • AN/USQ-17: sea-based computer
  • AN/USQ-20: sea-based computer
  • AN/USQ-144: Automated Digital Network System (ADNS)
  • AN/USQ-124: Tactical Intelligence (TACINTEL)
  • AN/USQ-148: SCI Networks
  • AN/USQ-208: Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES)
  • AN/UYA-1: tactical display system
  • AN/UYA-4: tactical display system
  • AN/UYK-1: submarine-based computer for TRANSIT (NAVSAT) location system
  • AN/UYK-3: sea-based computer
  • AN/UYK-7: sea-based computer
  • AN/UYK-8: sea-based computer
  • AN/UYK-19: naval electronic warfare computer
  • AN/UYK-20: sea-based computer
  • AN/UYK-43: sea-based computer
  • AN/UYK-44: sea-based computer
  • AN/UYQ-21: tactical display system
  • AN/UYQ-70: combat direction system
  • AN/UYS-1: acoustic sonobuoy processor
  • AN/UYS-2: acoustic sonobuoy processor; possibly improved

V

  • AN/VDR-1: Army Vehicular Radiac Meter, Nuclear Corporation of America
  • AN/VIR-31A: Receiver for H-3 and S-3 aircraft, manufactured by Rockwell International-Collins Defense Communications Group (to be used in AN/ARN-126 system)
  • AN/VPS-2
  • AN/VRC-1
  • AN/VRC-2
  • AN/VRC-3 SCR-300 with power pack.
  • AN/VRC-4
  • AN/VRC-5
  • AN/VRC-6
  • AN/VRC-7 general use
  • AN/VRC-8 Armor
  • AN/VRC-9 Artillery
  • AN/VRC-10 Infantry
  • AN/VRC-11
  • AN/VRC-12 1st Universal use radio
  • AN/VRC-13
  • AN/VRC-14
  • AN/VRC-15
  • AN/VRC-16
  • AN/VRC-44
  • AN/VRC-87 SINCGARS
  • AN/VRC-88
  • AN/VRC-89
  • AN/VRC-90
  • AN/VRC-91
  • AN/VRC-92F SINCGARS
  • AN/VRC-100
  • AN/VRC-101
  • AN/VRC-102
  • AN/VRC-103
  • AN/VRC-104
  • AN/VRC-105
  • AN/VRC-106
  • AN/VRC-107
  • AN/VRC-108
  • AN/VRC-109
  • AN/VRC-110
  • AN/VRC-111
  • AN/VRW-1: target control receiving equipment
  • AN/VSS-1: searchlight, Xenon, 2.2KW, tank, jeep, or tower-mounted, provides a visible or infrared (IR) illumination source for troops equipped with M60 series or M48A2 tanks, modified ¼-ton trucks (jeeps), or stationary towers. It provides perimeter defense and battlefield lighting (visible mode), extends the range of infrared (IR) viewing devices, and provides a capability to track and fire on targets (visible or IR). Electro Space Corp., New York, NY, and VARO, Inc. Garland, Tex.

W

  • An/WLQ-4 Submarine Electronic Support Measures system
  • AN/WLR-1
  • AN/WLR-8: Shipboard spectrum scan and analysis receiver, designed to be utilized in surface ships and submarines. Part of the Ships Advanced Electronic Warfare (SAEW) package
  • AN/WLR-9
  • AN/WLR-11
  • AN/WQX-2
  • AN/WRT-1 Shipboard HF Transmitter
  • AN/WRT-2 Shipboard HF Transmitter
  • AN/WSC-1 UHF SATCOM shipboard terminal, Collins Radio Co.
  • AN/WSC-3 UHF SATCOM shipboard terminal
  • AN/WSN-7 Ring Laser Gyro Navigation System WR Systems

Z

See also

Notes

  1. ^ NSN listing states it is a "note pad", likely a typo for notebook (computer), as referenced in AUSA article
  2. ^ KAC and OSTI co-designed the AN/PVS-22 and made adjustments to the design at the behest of SOCOM prior to being awarded the contract. The design came from OSTI but KAC managed the supply of it to the military and also participated in the design revisions. The scope was called UNS for Universal Night Sight. In 2005, KAC and OSTI had a falling out and sued each other over copyrights for the name "UNS" and "Universal Night Sight". A federal court ruled that both claims were without merit which was sustained on appeal. Afterward, FLIR seemed to get hold of the rights to the design and supplied the military with it for a time. FLIR also sells the MilSight T105 which claims to be the design the PVS-22 is based on. KAC still uses UNS on some of its products and names a clip-on that improved on the PVS-22 as the AN/PVS-22 A1 (even though its NSN confusingly refers to it as the AN/PVS-22). Meanwhile, OSTI disappeared from public view and it is not known if they were bought out by FLIR or any other company.
  3. ^ a b For some time AN/PVS-29 did refer to the KAC UNS LR LP (not to be confused with the PVS-26 UNS LRLP) but this clip-on sight eventually was re-designated the AN/PVS-30 UNS LR LP.

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