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Fixed, nose-mounted daylight colour TV camera to aid remote piloting. Versatron Skyball E-O/IR sensor in undernose ball turret. Northrop Grumman AN/ZPQ-1 Tactical Endurance Synthetic Aperture Radar (TESAR) added from early 1996, with flat-plate antenna in undernose bay. (See Payloads section for details of Skyball and TESAR). Drop tests of meteorological dropsondes, from 22.7 kg (50 lb) underwing pod, conducted in mid-1997. Onboard electrical power 3 kW.
Aircraft P011 began flight testing on 5 October 1998 in sigint configuration, with a special RF payload and a suite of seven antennas: three on each wing leading-edge and one on the nose. This version is being developed for OTH operations.
In December 1998, it was announced that Predator P022 had demonstrated ability for direct communication with several ATC centres via an onboard ARC-210 VHF/UHF radio. The aircraft was also fitted with an APX-100 IFF. Four of the Predators used during NATO's Operation Allied Force (over Kosovo between March and June 1999) were specially equipped with laser target designators. First operations in laser-equipped configuration took place on 4 May 1999 in the USA and 2 June 1999 in Kosovo.
Following an exploratory on-ground launch of an AGM-114 Hellfire C laser-guided anti-tank missile from a Predator, at NAWC China Lake, California, on 23 January 2001, three live-fire air launches of Hellfires (one under each wing) took place at Nellis AFB, Nevada, in the following month.