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RTI Holding Completed Creation of Sunflower Radar for the Arctic

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The press service of the defense holding RTI announces the creation of a new modification of the Sunflower radar station, which will be able to work in the Arctic.


RTI Holding Completed Creation of Sunflower Radar for the Arctic


An upgraded version of the Sunflower radar station, adapted for use in the Arctic region, has been created
- said the developer

The Sunflower radar is capable of controlling the 200 mile coastal zone. The radar allows in the automatic mode outside the radio horizon to simultaneously detect, accompany and classify up to 300 naval and 100 air objects, determine their coordinates and target them to systems and weapons systems of ships and air defense systems.

Radar "Sunflower" passed state tests in 2006 year. Currently, there are several stations on combat duty, in particular, one - on the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, the second - in Japan, the third - in the Caspian Sea, Interfax reports.
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. Hunter 2
    Hunter 2 26 March 2018 12: 47
    +3
    Our Arctic is OUR! Russian Arctic! good
    1. Shurik70
      Shurik70 26 March 2018 12: 51
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      Some disagree. Recently, the American media have already launched information in the style of "Russians are going to conquer the Northern Sea Route"
      So such stations are needed to control the entire zone. And then without soap fit.
  2. rruvim
    rruvim 26 March 2018 12: 51
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    Yeah ... And I'm in the STALKER game on the "Sunflower" jumping ...
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 26 March 2018 13: 11
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      Quote: rruvim
      Yeah ... And I'm in the STALKER game on the "Sunflower" jumping ...

      In the Chernobyl region stood the ancestor of the "Sunflower" - stationary radar "Arc No. 1". She is the "Russian Woodpecker".
      1. Fedorov
        Fedorov 26 March 2018 13: 28
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        After the Chernobyl explosion, critical equipment was taken to the Far East somewhere. And then, complete desolation. They like to have a picnic, jump with a parachute. She was eating energy - Mama Do not Cry, that's why they built it close to the station. They say the enemy’s brains influenced the weather, the second function. There the radio portrait is really like a woodpecker hammering. Somewhere on the Internet there.
        1. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA 26 March 2018 15: 24
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          Quote: Fedorov
          After the Chernobyl explosion, critical equipment was taken to the Far East somewhere.

          The equipment went to the Duga-2 radar, which was distinguished by a spaced receiver (near Komsomolsk-on-Amur) and a transmitter (Khabarovsk Territory).
      2. rruvim
        rruvim 26 March 2018 14: 14
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        "Russian Woodpecker" he was called because of the release of Power. At our “point”, the Shepherd's (Post-3M) station received Tuk-tuk-tuk at a certain time.
      3. The comment was deleted.
      4. Starover_Z
        Starover_Z 26 March 2018 18: 40
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        Quote: Alexey RA
        In the Chernobyl region stood the ancestor of the "Sunflower" - stationary radar "Arc No. 1". She is the "Russian Woodpecker".

        "Sunflower" to "Dugi-2" still grow and grow - there the size of a large canvas is 800 m to 150 m in height!
  3. victorsh
    victorsh 26 March 2018 12: 56
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    And since when on our radars range is determined in miles?
    1. himRa
      himRa 26 March 2018 12: 59
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      Quote: victorsh
      And since when on our radars range is determined in miles?

      This shtob was understandable to potential ... partners! wassat
    2. For example
      For example 26 March 2018 13: 00
      +5
      This, son, is about the sea. And there everything is in miles. wink hi
      Read attentively:
      able to control 200 mile coastal zone
      1. Fedorov
        Fedorov 26 March 2018 13: 10
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        Better yet, in fathoms and elbows. wink
      2. victorsh
        victorsh 26 March 2018 13: 16
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        Yes, dad I understood. And then I served from 30 years 20 in RTV and did not know. Thank you!
    3. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 26 March 2018 13: 12
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      Quote: victorsh
      And since when on our radars range is determined in miles?

      And this is not the range of the radar, but the depth of the zone that it should control. And this zone is measured just in miles.
    4. hrych
      hrych 26 March 2018 18: 10
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      Quote: victorsh
      And since when on our radars range is determined in miles?

      Two hundred mile zone is a unit of world legislation. According to international agreements, Russia and other coastal states own: 1) inland waters - these are the White Sea, the Pechersk and Bohemian lips in the Arctic Ocean; Peter the Great Bay in the Sea of ​​Japan. Now the Sea of ​​Okhotsk. 2) territorial waters - a strip along all coasts with a width of 16 nautical miles (22,2 km). 3) 200-tmilnoy (370 km) economic zone outside the territorial waters. According to this international agreement, the state secures the right to exploration and development of natural resources, fishing and seafood.
      Therefore, this ZGRLS was created to control this area, though with a decent margin.
  4. Fedorov
    Fedorov 26 March 2018 13: 07
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    Well done. This is not Chernobyl-2, on which I climbed .. Until now, extreme sports are sawing metal. "Russian Woodpecker" is a grandiose construction. Films like "Stalker" need to be shot there.
    1. Viktor Petrov
      Viktor Petrov 26 March 2018 18: 30
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      Such antennas were demolished by an explosion, and demolition near Chernobyl was prohibited for https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZ4H1RK5P7Q
  5. Vita vko
    Vita vko 26 March 2018 13: 13
    +1
    It is clear that there is permafrost, but engineering equipment, such as shelter, camouflage equipment and combat control booths should still be. You can’t put a radar on each radar, and it will be hit first.
    1. Fedorov
      Fedorov 26 March 2018 13: 35
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      Why not ? After all, they are present there according to the combat schedule initially. Or do you think that Arctic air defense systems are being developed just like that, scaring bears?
      1. Vita vko
        Vita vko 26 March 2018 13: 52
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        Quote: Fedorov
        Arctic air defense systems are being developed just like that, scare the bears?

        God grant that the Arctic air defense system would be enough to cover ports and hydrocarbon deposits. The only option is if the Sunflower is deployed next to an important strategic or economic object, then of course.
        1. Viktor Petrov
          Viktor Petrov 26 March 2018 18: 32
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          Yes, everything has already been deployed there on the islands; see map http://i1.wp.com/sivilink.ru/wp-content/uploads/2
          017/01 / russkie-bazy-v-arktike-2015.jpg? W = 2000
  6. Zomanus
    Zomanus 26 March 2018 23: 36
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    Fine. That's how they reduced the need for patrolling the Arctic.
    We would still have an analogue of SOSUS, on new technologies,
    to control the underwater environment.