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Ship radio station 6 generation P-620 has been tested in the fleet

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Information Agency TASS, referring to the press service of the concern "Radio Engineering and Information Systems", reports on testing by the military of the Russian Navy the newest ship radio station. This is a new generation radio station P-620. From the press service of the concern:
The sea radio station P-620 is a research, production and investment project of the Yaroslavl Radio Plant. It has already been tested in actual operating conditions on the ships of the Russian Navy and, as expected, it is the P-620 that will replace the ship radio stations that have developed service life, many of which have been operated by naval sailors for about 25 years.



P-620 belong to the 6th generation radio stations. Distinguishes the latest Russian radio stations from previous instances - digital signal processing along with SDR software technology. The radio station is able to establish stable communication with the radio stations of the communication systems of the tactical command link of the 6th generation "Azart", as well as with aviation combat complexes.

Ship radio station 6 generation P-620 has been tested in the fleet


It was noted that during the tests of R-620, certain shortcomings were identified that were quickly eliminated before the radio station was put into operation on navy.

Press office The Yaroslavl Radio Factory reports that, depending on the needs of the customer, P-620 can have from 1 to 4 transceiver channels of UKS as part of one transceiver. The P-620 provides radiotelephone communications with amplitude A3, frequency F3 or phase G3 analog modulation. It can be used for frequency telegraphy at speeds up to 4,8 thousand. Baud, for simultaneous data and speech, for the organization of high-speed networks with indicators up to 54 Mbps.

The station allows simultaneous radio communication in different networks. The project implemented the use of the GLONASS / GPS receiver. P-620 provides automatic relaying of information with time (TDMA) and frequency (FDMA) channel separation.
Operating temperature ranges from minus 10 to plus 50 Celsius.
Photos used:
http://www.yarz.ru
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  1. RASKAT
    RASKAT 27 May 2017 09: 43
    +3
    Well, nothing like that, well done keep it up.
    1. Thrall
      Thrall 27 May 2017 10: 04
      +5
      I once studied at the P-409 in college smile
      1. Ascetic
        Ascetic 27 May 2017 10: 10
        +5
        Quote: Thrall
        I once studied at the P-409 in college

        I still remember the content of precious metals on decommissioned radio stations R-260 10g of gold, 13 grams of platinum 6 grams of palladium and 120 grams of silver, which no one considered for precious metals laughing
        1. bald
          bald 28 May 2017 05: 51
          0
          Could not help smiling. And why then were we drawn to look into the passports of radio components !? And after all, they were interested in how much of what there was. wink I forgot the weight, but there is so much platinum in the GU-80 lamp! And I liked the device for a serious one. As they say now, three in one. In our 80s, everything was separate (though there was no digital one), and the characteristics were significantly different. Standing station. Just why for the fleet? She would have come to KShMku. It needs to be put on a car base, and not just on the fleet. And why am I so scrupulous, on this occasion, I worked at the automobile KShM R-142N and many other stations, at the automobile base.
      2. DEPARTMENT
        DEPARTMENT 27 May 2017 10: 13
        +4
        Quote: Thrall
        I once studied at the P-409 in college smile

        This one will not fail ..? And then forever with communications in the troops, the problems and losses then are big ..
        P / S The main thing is that the dash-dot is not forgotten, our signalmen (this is in extreme cases ..)
      3. Igor V
        Igor V 27 May 2017 11: 06
        +3
        Quote: Thrall
        I once studied at the P-409 in college smile

        Well this is a radio relay. smile
      4. JIaIIoTb
        JIaIIoTb 28 May 2017 14: 22
        0
        When I studied our everything was P-123)))
  2. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 27 May 2017 09: 49
    +1
    tap-57 is still used
    1. Thrall
      Thrall 27 May 2017 10: 02
      +2
      Quote: seregatara1969
      tap-57 is still used

      In combat units or in a vegetable store?
    2. Ascetic
      Ascetic 27 May 2017 10: 11
      +2
      Quote: seregatara1969
      tap-57 is still used

      keepers in the hostels laughing
    3. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 27 May 2017 15: 59
      +1
      Quote: seregatara1969
      tap-57 is still used

      I also found TAI-43, standing at the checkpoint in some places.
      Quote: Thrall
      In combat units or in a vegetable store?

      Until recently, they were in storage for sure. yes
  3. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 27 May 2017 10: 08
    +1
    How they like to play with fashionable names now ... THE RADIO STATION OF THE 6TH GENERATION ... the managerial approaches of sales people have penetrated into all spheres and terminology ... and this does not make practical sense ...
    If we count down on Popov’s radio station ... then it’s probably a generation 10+ ... but from drums and bonfires it’s generally impressive to turn out)))
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    2. To be or not to be
      To be or not to be 27 May 2017 13: 19
      0
      http://www.yarz.ru/prod_r620r.html
      MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
      Frequency Range, MHz

      30 512 ..

      220 512 ..
      1500 1750 ..
      2412..2484 ...
  4. Waf
    Waf 27 May 2017 10: 11
    +7
    No one ever fought with such connectors (ShR) when biting a thread from an aluminum alloy? Very exciting activity! wink
    1. seregatara1969
      seregatara1969 27 May 2017 10: 34
      +1
      lamin for carving is not a good thing
      1. Igor V
        Igor V 27 May 2017 11: 11
        0
        Yes, the whole case is yellow, it seems anodized, which means it is all aluminum. Still, they do for the fleet.
        1. Waf
          Waf 27 May 2017 11: 56
          +2
          Quote: Igor V
          Yes, the whole case is yellow, it seems anodized,

          The yellow color of the paint, traditional for marine equipment, what kind of anodizing is there ... smile
    2. pashtinio
      pashtinio 27 May 2017 11: 03
      +3
      I constantly work with such connectors. I put them on the sealant in the germoblocks. So, when the time passes for drying the hermetic and it's time to start checking the unit for leaks, then metal covers are put on all the connectors. And here the fun part begins, if you do not lubricate the threads with AMC or Tsiatim in advance, then the lid can be put on, but not removed :) The carving only takes a bite.
      1. Waf
        Waf 27 May 2017 12: 18
        +3
        Quote: pashtinio
        Carving only on the way bites.

        Exactly ! And this has been happening for decades! Why doesn’t it occur to anyone to switch to another design! request For example a bayonet mount.
        1. dauria
          dauria 27 May 2017 12: 32
          +4
          Why doesn’t it occur to anyone to switch to


          Because there is GOST RV 20.39.309-98, written as a result of many years of failure analysis, and not from the ceiling. By the way, a couple of years ago my daughter wrote a diploma - laughter with laughter, "over the hill" requirements for components of onboard REO are no softer than ours. And you will not see super fashionable (though convenient, I do not argue) connectors there.
      2. Simple
        Simple 27 May 2017 12: 50
        0
        But do not pull all the way and you will be happy.

        In general, luminescence is rapidly oxidized in fresh marine air and therefore lubricate the thread with sealant.
        1. Waf
          Waf 27 May 2017 15: 39
          +2
          Quote: Simple
          But do not pull all the way and you will be happy.

          God have mercy! who is pulling them all the way, especially in places where you still crap really crawl! smile
    3. Mestny
      Mestny 27 May 2017 12: 00
      0
      How is it that the foreign connectors of the "P" series do not bite?
      By the way, a complete analogue of our ShR, are used to their full potential in a variety of foreign military equipment.
      It’s just that they haven’t come up with anything more acceptable in terms of price-quality-functional.
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  5. roskot
    roskot 27 May 2017 11: 15
    0
    I remembered.
    There is joy in the word radio operator,
    like freshness in the word bride ...
  6. dauria
    dauria 27 May 2017 12: 20
    +3
    Operating temperature ranges from minus 10 to plus 50 Celsius.


    A strange interval, not from GOST RV 20.39.304-98, there is a grid of either 45 or 55 degrees on top.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 27 May 2017 16: 06
      +3
      Quote: dauria
      A strange interval, not from GOST RV 20.39.304-98, there is a grid of either 45 or 55 degrees on top.

      The press service of the Yaroslavl plant is clearly not specialists. It was recalled that we were cooling the power supplies from its predecessor P-625 on the windowsill. winked
      1. Eflintuk
        Eflintuk 27 May 2017 21: 10
        +1
        Finally - the replacement of the P-625 is 612
  7. Eflintuk
    Eflintuk 27 May 2017 21: 06
    0
    6th generation ... Nothing changes, the 21st century in the yard, all the same yellow boxes stuffed inside the same. Here it’s necessary to cut everything to the root - and start from scratch ... Radio communication is very serious, it is a combat command, in this case the fleet (including the nuclear missile).
  8. mortido
    mortido 28 May 2017 00: 40
    0
    for 20 years, little has changed, I look, except that the buttons have become a little smaller, there have been a lot of things that have broken, especially the tongues (microphones) have flown
  9. Marconi41
    Marconi41 28 May 2017 10: 07
    0
    Quote: RASKAT
    Well, nothing like that, well done keep it up.

    Unfortunately, the signalmen are only swearing while working on it. In addition, she is healthy as a prison and all iron. Yaroslavl stuck in the last century forever.
  10. Marconi41
    Marconi41 28 May 2017 10: 09
    0
    Quote: EFLINTuk
    Finally - the replacement of the P-625 is 612
    Yet...

    You are not quite right. This station can immediately change four 625x, and much more, but its assembly is a complete kapets.
  11. Veteran
    Veteran 29 May 2017 01: 08
    +3
    It should be understood that the P-620 replaced the most popular in the fleet (on the NK, PL, coastal RTP NIS) of the VHF radio station R-619 "Graphite", operating in the meter band 100 - 150 MHz (long.3 - 2 m ), "favorite" of admirals in ZAS mode (with "Siren"). Unlike P-619, the new r / st. the overall frequency range has become much wider, r / st. became related to VHF - microwave bands, received narrow-band communication channels (UK) at frequencies 30 - 512 MHz (10 - 0,6 m, VHF), and the possibility of flexible architecture in 3 versions with the replacement of some of the UKS channels by modules of broadband networks (AL ) - AL-1 (220 - 512 MHz, VHF-UHF microwave), AL-2 (1500 - 1750 MHz, DM microwave) and AL-3 (2412 MHz - 2484 MHz, DM-microwave), i.e. with dl. in. up to 12 see
    In the photo, probably one of the maximum configurations, it looks rather bulky, especially compared to the P-619, although all this fits in the 48-cm rack.
  12. Vitaly Alexandrovich
    Vitaly Alexandrovich April 27 2018 11: 09
    0
    Hello everyone! Tell me, does this station replace the P-625 and is it compatible with it in operation?