The radar field of Russia: what are capable of radios "Niobium" and "Caste"
Russia continues to systematically re-equip its armed forces with new anti-aircraft defenses, which allow them to reliably protect the country's airspace throughout the entire perimeter, which is stretched to tens of thousands of kilometers.
Thus, the military units of the Eastern Military District, responsible for the protection of Transbaikalia and the Far East, received the latest Nioby and Casta radars, which are a further development of the Nebo radar station family of systems, developed by the Nizhny Novgorod Radio Engineering Research Institute (NIIDT ).
Radios "Niobium" and "Caste" are mobile stations of rapid deployment, designed to identify and track any air targets. The tactical and technical characteristics of the stations allow them to detect both high-speed targets moving at a speed of 8000 km per hour and high-flying ones - the maximum detection height of the target is 80 km.
Also, it is worth noting that the complex includes its own power supply system, which makes the radar autonomous and allows you to choose a location without reference to the presence of an external power source.
Currently, serial production of the Niobium and Casta complexes has been launched, which will make it possible to cover the needs of the armed forces in the coming years.
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