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Three new radar "Voronezh" successfully passed tests

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In 2017, the 3 of the new ground-level radar of the missile attack warning system (SPRN) Voronezh will take over on duty. Interfax was informed about this by a military source.


Three new radar "Voronezh" successfully passed tests


“Three new Voronezh radars in Orsk, Barnaul and Yeniseisk successfully passed state tests. They will take up combat duty in 2017, ”said a source.

The radar for the ground-level EWS is produced by the RTI holding. In July, the general designer of the union, Sergey Boev, told the agency that RTI was in line with the time allotted to create a solid radar field - “to date, all missile-prone areas have been reliably covered.”

Another Voronezh super power station is being built near Murmansk, which will replace the outdated radar station.

In early October, the Ministry of Defense 2016 r clarified that "the creation of the Voronezh radar network in the territory of the Russian Federation will be completed by the 2018 year."
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  1. Zibelew
    Zibelew 3 January 2017 09: 36
    +7
    The installation of Voronezh stations around the perimeter of Russia is a huge deal.
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 3 January 2017 09: 41
      +13
      Russian missile shield is growing! This is very good! good
      Tagiryan, welcome! hi
      1. Zibelew
        Zibelew 3 January 2017 09: 55
        +12
        Good morning Paul! Radar Voronezh station high factory readiness. Previously, Daryals were collected for 8-9 years.
        Radar Darial
        Radar Voronezh
        1. Thomas is not a believer
          Thomas is not a believer 4 January 2017 20: 12
          0
          What can I say? Really good news!
    2. 210ox
      210ox 3 January 2017 09: 56
      +2
      Yes, this is wonderful! But besides the warning, there must also be a reliable interception.
      Quote: Zibelew
      The installation of Voronezh stations around the perimeter of Russia is a huge deal.
      1. Zibelew
        Zibelew 3 January 2017 10: 27
        +7
        By the way, the power consumption of Voronezh is only 0,7 MW. This is 50 times less than the Daryal type radar consumed. After the destruction of the USSR, a significant part of the system nodes (such as the Dnepr and Daryal radars) remained in the territory of the new independent states: in Skrund (Latvia), Mukachevo, Sevastopol (Ukraine), Kutkashen (Azerbaijan), in Balkhash and on Cape Gulshad (Kazakhstan).
        Subsequently, it was possible to agree with some of the new states on the use of the radar. However, for the most part, the radars were either decommissioned or blown up by local Aborigines, as happened in 1995 with Daryal in Latvian Skrund. Earlier, at the request of the United States, Gorbachev ordered the destruction of the fully constructed Darial station in Yeniseisk.
        1. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 3 January 2017 12: 00
          +15
          Quote: Zibelew
          Ранее Gorbachev at the request of the United States ordered the destruction of the fully constructed Darial station in Yeniseysk.

          And this creature, after all that he has done, will now tell us that "not everything turned out the way he wanted" and that "the people did not fully understand and support the reforms"? am Let me reach his fat throat at least once until either he died, or I did not accumulate. Although, as in that film, "but he is earlier, and I later" ....
          1. Platonich
            Platonich 3 January 2017 13: 18
            +9
            ... and yet, the reptile, lives free ...
            1. maxim947
              maxim947 3 January 2017 22: 34
              +3
              We are waiting for the Gorbachev Center ... Unfortunately, we have the same rake. We create (or try to create) conflicting ideals (personalities) and then for centuries we cannot figure out whether he was good or not.
          2. Niccola Mack
            Niccola Mack 5 January 2017 07: 45
            0
            "not everything turned out the way he wanted"

            If only I would say the truth:
            Everything turned out as I wanted - the CIA, the State Department, etc.
            The "effective managers -90 xx" turned out very well - so they will get rich, ruin and take away.
            The people you see, didn’t understand - but because there was nothing to understand - the robbery of pure water.
    3. evge-malyshev
      evge-malyshev 3 January 2017 10: 25
      +4
      Quote: Zibelew
      The installation of Voronezh stations around the perimeter of Russia is a huge deal.

      And a nice New Year's surprise. More such similar surprises!
  2. NEXUS
    NEXUS 3 January 2017 09: 38
    +6
    But this is very good news. For a long time we could not close all directions and monitor the situation after the collapse of the USSR. Now, information content is only growing and it is very pleasing.
  3. Ivan Ivanov
    Ivan Ivanov 3 January 2017 09: 41
    +5
    Plus unambiguous.
  4. Same lech
    Same lech 3 January 2017 09: 43
    +6
    The situation with a continuous radar field over our country pleases ... the main thing is that all new locators are located in RUSSIA and are not exposed to political risks with their neighbors.

    You can safely upgrade and if you need to add new ones without compromising the safety of RUSSIA ... keep it up.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 3 January 2017 12: 06
      +13
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      all new locators are on Russian territory and political risks with neighbors are not exposed.

      Who knew that Baikonur would someday become Baikonir and Russia would pay SOVEREIGN Kazakhstan money for the RENT of what the whole country built, except for the Kazakhs? I was There in the mid-90s, already in civilian life. I saw it myself, talked with those who dug the first dugouts in Tyuratam .... I know about the "role of Kazakhstan" in the construction of both Leninsk and Baikonur ... In the best case, they are carriers on dump trucks with concrete ...
      1. AID.S
        AID.S 3 January 2017 16: 28
        +7
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        Who knew that Baikonur would someday become Baikonir and Russia would pay SOVEREIGN Kazakhstan money for the RENT of what the whole country built, except for the Kazakhs?

        Well, we chew the same thing. They themselves ruined the country (I know about the active participation of Muscovites in this process, and not Kazakh drivers of concrete trucks), and now we roll a barrel for former citizens. Moreover, Kazakhstan clung to the last to the USSR.
        1. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 3 January 2017 16: 42
          +11
          Quote: AID.S
          Themselves ruined the country

          I did not fall apart. I served THAT country to the last. He spared neither strength nor life. Look, doctors in hospitals know how we "ruined her" And then a bunch of suckers raised a riot in Moscow - and I and thousands of people like me remained, without a country and without an army, which they gave half their lives ... then on VO I already wrote that I was lucky that on August 19 I was thousands of kilometers from Moscow. Otherwise, the new government would not have liked my decision (and, therefore, the people who followed my orders) at all ... I’m not saying that I and my people would have turned history backwards - no, they would have crushed it ... But I created the problems of the new thieves' government would be big ...
          1. AID.S
            AID.S 4 January 2017 11: 19
            0
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            I did not fall apart. I served the country to the last.

            I personally do not blame, but we got what we did not resist or could not resist. 21.08.91 the country was flushed to the toilet.
            Then are the Kazakhs to blame for the fact that
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            Who knew that Baikonur would one day become Baikonir and Russia would pay money to SOVEREIGN Kazakhstan
            ?????
            By the way, I voted for the preservation of the USSR.
  5. PValery53
    PValery53 3 January 2017 09: 55
    +3
    "Forewarned is forearmed". A missile attack warning is vital for our country. Lessons from the war with Hitler are being implemented. And this is good.
  6. pan.70
    pan.70 3 January 2017 09: 59
    +1
    Respect! Keep it up.
  7. Santa114
    Santa114 3 January 2017 10: 17
    +1
    Please tell me the Voronezh radar is mainly for detecting missiles, and can it detect for example aircraft (bombers, fighters, etc.)
  8. Old26
    Old26 3 January 2017 10: 55
    +4
    Quote: Zibelew
    By the way, the power consumption of Voronezh is only 0,7 MW.

    This is at the stations of the Voronezh-DM type. Voronezh-M and Voronezh-VP have about 10 MW. But even there it all depends on the number of "canvases"

    Quote: Zibelew
    Earlier, at the request of the United States, Gorbachev ordered the destruction of the fully constructed Darial station in Yeniseisk.

    No matter how unpleasant this "figure" was, but in principle what he did - the destruction of the Krasnoyarsk radar station was in accordance with the agreement. We had no right to create radar stations in the depths of our territory, only along the perimeter and with an outward orientation. Krasnoyarskaya did not correspond to this provision. But we delivered, knowing that it did not comply with the provisions. The Americans waited for us to build it, although they were aware of the construction from the very beginning, they waited for us to spend billions of rubles, and then they simply demanded dismantling, "shoeing" us for billions. And the child's babble that this station was not an early warning system, but for tracking satellites looked really "childish". This means that one station of this type is an early warning system, and the other is "only behind satellites."
    1. Zibelew
      Zibelew 3 January 2017 11: 06
      +1
      At that time, the Americans began to deploy radars in Greenland in general, outside their territory. So they could defend.
  9. Old26
    Old26 3 January 2017 10: 59
    +2
    Quote: Santa114
    Please tell me the Voronezh radar is mainly for detecting missiles, and can it detect for example aircraft (bombers, fighters, etc.)

    Mostly for rockets. Aircraft can detect in a certain situation (altitude), but the main thing is missiles
  10. Old26
    Old26 3 January 2017 11: 16
    0
    Quote: Zibelew
    At that time, the Americans began to deploy radars in Greenland in general, outside their territory. So they could defend.

    Could not. A station in Greenland and the United Kingdom was built and commissioned BEFORE signing the contract and the provisions of the contract did not concern them in part of the location. They could be upgraded by replacing them with radar with a phased array, but only their power had to meet certain criteria. AN / FPS-49 stations were commissioned in Tula (Greenland) in 1960, in the UK in 1963. The Krasnoyarsk radar was built, you know, when
  11. Zomanus
    Zomanus 3 January 2017 15: 10
    0
    Still to see which sectors they cover.
    Information is not secret for a long time.
  12. Old26
    Old26 3 January 2017 15: 30
    0
    Quote: Zomanus
    Still to see which sectors they cover.
    Information is not secret for a long time.

    Go to either Wikimapia or Google Earth. Radar "Voronezh-M" has a field of view of 110 degrees, "Voronezh-DM" - 130 degrees.
  13. commbatant
    commbatant 3 January 2017 19: 39
    0
    why then, they decided to modernize the old radar station near Sevastopol?
    https://topwar.ru/95343-smi-prinyato-okonchatelno
    e-reshenie-o-vosstanovlenii-rls-dnepr-v-sevastopo
    le.html in May 2016 the article was on this site


    isn't it easier to build a new one?
  14. Al. Peresvet
    Al. Peresvet 3 January 2017 21: 54
    0
    Very very good! The "Iron Curtain of Russia" is in action! Great news.
  15. mr.redpartizan
    mr.redpartizan 3 January 2017 23: 51
    0
    Now it is necessary to deal with the space link of the early warning system - to launch the Tundra spacecraft group into orbit. Early warning satellites make it possible to almost immediately detect the launch of ICBMs, as well as any other sources of strong infrared radiation.
  16. Old26
    Old26 4 January 2017 10: 35
    0
    Quote: commbatant
    isn't it easier to build a new one?

    Most likely in this case it is easier to modernize, leaving the construction "for later"

    Quote: mr.redpartizan
    Now it is necessary to deal with the space link of the early warning system - to launch the Tundra spacecraft group into orbit.

    Everything has its time. If nothing extraordinary happens (and the first was launched a year later than planned), then they will launch one this year, the remaining 4 - until 2020.
  17. avebersek
    avebersek 4 January 2017 21: 18
    0
    Two things scared. Missile strife and invasion of migrants.
    From the first, it’s like building, okromy warning and knock down than (but you need more, to be guaranteed). From the second ... it depends on everyone.