The company recently tested the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile sensor suite off the coast of Northwest Florida, using a modified Sabreliner business jet.
According to the company, the LRASM detected, classified and recognized targets at different airspeeds and altitudes.
The suite should be ready for an all-up-round flight test by early 2013, said Mike Fleming, program manager for Lockheed.
Developed for the U.S. Navy and Air Force, the sensors also captured littoral imagery during the test.
Lockheed is developing the suite in coordination with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Office of Naval Research, with the goal of reducing dependence on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms, network links and GPS navigation in electronic warfare environments.
The suite contains radio frequency sensor to detect ships, a data link for communications and a digital anti-jam GPS system.