Tamiami FAA Radar Site

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Tamiami FAA Radar Site (1996-Active) - A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Long Range Radar (LLR) site commissioned on 12 Apr 1996 near Tamiami, Miami-Dade County, Florida. The site is used to identify and track military and civilian aircraft movements within a 200-mile+ radius and to provide air-ground radio communication with those aircraft. Assigned a Joint Surveillance System (JSS) ID of J-06A and an FAA ID of ZQMB. Active FAA Radar Site.

History

This new FAA ARSR-4 radar site was commissioned on 12 Apr 1996 as the first ARSR-4 radar site commissioned. The site furnished radar track data to the FAA ARTCC's and to USAF Direction Centers.

The radar site data is available to the USAF/NORAD Battle Control System-Fixed (BCS-F) operations centers (EADS & WADS) as well as the FAA Miami ARTCC (ZMA) and adjacent ARTCCs.


Tamiami FAA Radar Site Major Equipment List
Search Radar HF Radar Data Systems IFF/SIF/Beacon

Current Status

Active FAA facility near Tamiami in Miami-Dade County, Florida.


Location: Near Tamiami in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Maps & Images

Lat: 25.64730 Long: -80.50558


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