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    franco

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    Re: Russian Radar systems

    Post  franco on Sun Apr 29, 2018 1:19 am

    New Sky-U radar put on duty in Irkutsk oblast and an advanced Nebo-M radar system went on duty in Penza oblast. Range of detection of an aircraft flying at 30,000 meters is 600 km and one flying at 10,000 meters is 400 km.
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    Re: Russian Radar systems

    Post  George1 on Wed Jun 27, 2018 12:19 am

    Russia’s advanced Protivnik-GE mobile 3D surveillance radar enters service in Volga area

    The Protivnik-GE radar is a highly mobile, jamming-proof decimetric surveillance radar with a track data processing capability

    SAMARA, June 27. /TASS/. Russia’s fifth-generation Protivnik-GE mobile 3D surveillance radar has entered service with air defense regiments headquartered in the Volga area region of Samara, a spokesperson for Russia’s Central Military District told TASS on Tuesday.

    "A fifth-generation multipurpose mobile radar, Protivnik-GE, has entered service with air defense units in the Samara region. This radar station is the first of its kind in the Volga area," the source said.

    The Protivnik-GE radar is a highly mobile, jamming-proof decimetric surveillance radar with a track data processing capability.

    Featuring digital phased array and digital space-time signal processing, the radar is designed to automatically or semi-automatically detect, position, and track strategic and tactical aircraft, cruise missiles, ballistic targets and small-size low-speed aerial vehicles. It can also classify targets, conduct friend-or-foe identification, locate active jammers, as well as to generate radar data for direction of fighter aircraft and designation data for surface-to-air missile systems when operating as part of automated Air Defence and Air Force command-and-control systems.


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