AN/SPG-49 Target Tracking Radar
The AN/SPG-49 is an guidance radar developed for use with the RIM-8 Talos missile. It was part of the Mk 77 Talos FCS. This radar was first deployed on the Galveston class cruisers, which were rebuilds of Cleveland class cruisers. The first installation was commissioned in 1958.
The original specification called for the SPG-49 to be mounted on an Mk 37 GFCS pedestal, the SPG-49 being considered to be an universal long-range fire control system for guns as well as missiles. This seems not to have been done operationally.
- CLG-5 Oklahoma City 1972
- CG-5 Oklahoma City 1978
- CLG-4 Little Rock 1960
- CLG-4 Little Rock 1967
- CLG-5 Oklahoma City 1962
- CLG-5 Oklahoma City 1963
- CLG-5 CG-10 Albany 1962
- CGN-9 Long Beach 1961
- CBG-3 Hawaii, Polaris/Talos Conversion, sketched 1957
4 variants are drawn, in 4 views each. Views, from left to right:
- top view
- front view
- left side view
- right side view
variants, top to bottom:
- installation with external motor, deck mounted
- installation with external motor, pole mounted
- installation without external motor, deck mounted
- installation without external motor, pole mounted
The installations mounted on a pole have an additional access walkway around the base. Installations at superstructure edges can have an partial walkway.
Belowdeck space is estimated based on the underlying superstructure layout of existing ships. No exact numbers are known.