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When will the state tests of the over-the-horizon Container radars be completed?

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In the near future, the Russian Ministry of Defense will receive new opportunities to control the airspace at ultra-long distances. This year the state tests of the “Container” over-the-horizon radar stations, capable of detecting airborne targets at a great distance from the Russian border, are coming to an end, RG reports.


When will the state tests of the over-the-horizon Container radars be completed?

Radar 29B6 "Container" in Mordovia


According to the publication, the use of new Container radars allows you to control the airspace of Europe to a great depth, at least 3000 km. The radar is able to detect and identify almost all types of aircraft at a given distance. Take-off of any aircraft in the territory controlled by the "Container" is immediately recorded, thus making the take-off invisible aviation NATO in Europe will no longer be possible.

According to experts in the field of radar, familiar with the new radar, Russia will not be very difficult to place a network of such stations along the borders of the state. The construction of the Container is quite simple, the radar is made in the form of quickly installed modules, and according to experts, does not require the construction of complex structures.

Earlier it was reported that the first newest radar station for the over-the-horizon 29B6 “Container” intervened on experimental combat duty at the end of the year 2013 in Mordovia. According to the plans of the Russian Ministry of Defense in the near future will begin construction of at least 10 radar "Container".
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. bouncyhunter
    bouncyhunter 14 September 2018 13: 14
    +9
    Good news for us and bad news for NATO. good
    1. NIKN
      NIKN 14 September 2018 13: 22
      +16
      TTX radar:
      Receiving antenna system - dimensions:
      - width - 1300 m
      - depth - 200 m
      - height - 34.155 m
      The number of antenna-feeder masts - 144

      Range of detection of air targets - more than 3000 km
      Sector of review - 180 degrees (240 degrees since 2014 - plans for 2013)

      1. NIKN
        NIKN 14 September 2018 13: 29
        +7
        In general, in the USSR we already had an over-the-horizon radar
        1. Forestol
          Forestol 14 September 2018 16: 25
          +3
          was, but in the SPRN system. Simply put, it is designed to fix the mass launch of missiles. And acted on the other hemisphere of the Earth. And she worked on a round-the-world reflected signal.
          1. Cheldon
            Cheldon 14 September 2018 17: 05
            +1
            One was in Chernobyl. Another beyond the Urals.
            1. Bongo
              Bongo 15 September 2018 08: 42
              +3
              Quote: Cheldon
              One was in Chernobyl. Another beyond the Urals.

              Under the Komsomolsk-on-Amur. But the military was not delighted with her. The noise immunity was not very high. The station could only see high-altitude targets, and the operating costs of maintaining the station were huge.
      2. Alex_Rarog
        Alex_Rarog 14 September 2018 13: 37
        +3
        Such a acidic radar.
        1. Boa kaa
          Boa kaa 14 September 2018 17: 58
          +4
          Quote: Alex_Rarog
          Such a acidic radar.

          So their whole family! In the Navy, for coastal defense there are "Sunflowers" and "Volna".
          ZGRLS "Sunflower" stand: one - on the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, the second - on the Japanese, the third - on the Caspian, will be built in the Baltic. Moreover, the Chinese bought this system in 1999 after they were convinced that the station accurately gives the control center for the 2-m SC at a range of 230-240km. Sunflower-E sees at 300km in the 120 sector *.
          Ours sees on a range to 450km, can conduct 300 surface and 100 air targets. Moreover, it issues a primary data center for Caliber carriers. March exercises in the Caspian confirmed its effectiveness in overseas target designation. The error in the location (according to open sources) amounted to 10km, in azimuth - 1,5 *, which is guaranteed to prevent the NK from leaving the VIC zone (OVMTS), which is covered by the GOS of modern anti-ship missiles. The Sunflower consumes the whole order of 200 kW from the primary power supply network (enough DG).
          There are smaller systems type "Lagoon" (D = 15 - 250km, P = + / - 60 *, NC = 50, VT = 10). There are distant ones, type "Wave" GP-120 with D more than 3000km.
          So, the "Container" is not alone in its way.
          1. Alex_Rarog
            Alex_Rarog 14 September 2018 21: 21
            0
            I knew about sunflowers. Comrade was telling.
      3. Starover_Z
        Starover_Z 14 September 2018 13: 44
        +6
        Quote: NIKNN
        TTX radar:

        And what is energy consumption, what will they be fed with?
        Dugu-2 near Chernobyl should have been powered from a nuclear power plant, but what about these "Containers"?
        1. Kerensky
          Kerensky 14 September 2018 14: 11
          +5
          And what energy consumption, what will they be powered with?

          So it’s interesting for me too. 10 nuclear "batteries" will have to be built.
          The radar is made in the form of quickly installed modules, and does not require, according to experts, the construction of complex structures.
          This is a station, more precisely, an antenna field towards it. And about the "battery" to the radar, educate who knows.
          1. Okolotochny
            Okolotochny 14 September 2018 14: 22
            +3
            I agree with you. Where do the woods come from - electricity?
          2. tanit
            tanit 14 September 2018 14: 25
            +3
            The transmitting part is located 8 kilometers northeast of the Nizhegorodskaya hydroelectric power station (what is not a "battery"?).
            In the photo in the article, it seems to be just that.
        2. hrych
          hrych 14 September 2018 15: 28
          +10
          An arc of 10 km was designed for several reflections from the ionosphere and the earth's surface in order to fix the start of missiles from the United States, you yourself understand what energy is needed, and the Container has only one reflection from the ionosphere (spatial wave) for a range of 000 km , and another 3 km, works on diffraction of a surface wave. Therefore, great energy costs are not required, a nuclear power plant is not needed here, a decent diesel generator can handle it completely. And to the Russian genius - Nikolay Ivanovich Kabanov, who discovered this principle of radar, many thanks from posterity.
          1. Forestol
            Forestol 14 September 2018 16: 33
            +1
            Absolutely, about Kabanov, but there are big doubts about the energy and the ability to determine air targets by the “Containers”. The ionosphere operates in this system as a waveguide, but it is a very unstable substance, easily distorted by solar radiation and changes in the Earth's magnetic field. One thing, the launch of missiles, another thing, aviation, not sooo high-altitude. By the way, that would be clear, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was built just under the old type of ZGRL station. And just at the time of the adoption of the test operation on a permanent radar database, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant caught up and the station went down. But the antenna-feeder field at the old station is more impressive. With much more modest characteristics.
            1. Starover_Z
              Starover_Z 14 September 2018 18: 14
              +3
              Quote: Forestol
              But the antenna-feeder field at the old station is more impressive.

              Mahina gathered a powerful course. And still worth it!


              The station includes two huge antennas - receiving and transmitting. The height of the receiving antenna is 135 m, the width is 300 m, the height of the transmitting is 210 m, and the width is 85 m.In addition to these antennas, the stationary complex of the radar station includes 26 transmitters, each of which is quite impressive in size - almost from a two-story house. To this day, the Duga radar has been preserved almost in its original form.

              Read more at: https://ua.igotoworld.com/en/poi_object/79871_radiolokacionnaya-stanciya-duga-chernobyl.htm
          2. Bongo
            Bongo 15 September 2018 08: 45
            +3
            Quote: hrych
            Therefore, great power consumption is not required, nuclear power plants are not needed here, a decent diesel generator will cope completely.
            You are mistaken, a power line with 27kV voltage was laid to the station near Komsomolsk and a very powerful step-down substation was built nearby.
      4. Orkraider
        Orkraider 14 September 2018 16: 41
        +2
        It is strange that the article forgot to mention the second Container. In the Far East, near See. There, construction was in full swing and at one time they talked about 2019.
    2. Chertt
      Chertt 14 September 2018 13: 43
      +3
      Quote: bouncyhunter
      Good news for us and bad for NATO.

      I perfectly understand and sympathize with the striped ones. How can they not be angry with Russia. They give us sanctions and isolation and Russophobic provocations and the fifth column. And we responded with a "Container" on their collar And now, not a single NATO plane will take off in Europe without our knowledge
      1. Forestol
        Forestol 14 September 2018 16: 35
        -1
        yes wait, you bury them! It seems to me, anyway, the main station will be a working radar station in Arzamas. And this one will be dragged on the experimental database for years.
  2. ANCIENT
    ANCIENT 14 September 2018 13: 53
    +3
    I read at least something pleasant in a day, otherwise everything is bad all around, and the world consists of some problems of their own — at least today, and on the territory of the Rostov Region! !!! am
  3. Dargavs
    Dargavs 14 September 2018 13: 53
    +3
    as I understand it, this is a long-wave station, and, accordingly, according to it .. the stealth-bumblebee technology drum (I sit high and look far)?
  4. Dzafdet
    Dzafdet 14 September 2018 14: 29
    -1
    Apparently technology has improved. At one time, a bridge was built near Chernobyl, but it worked poorly. Did not take into account the properties of the ionosphere. And the money bucks a lot. Then they still threw it because of the explosion .. Amerikosy have been using them since the mid-60s ... laughing tongue wassat
    1. Forestol
      Forestol 14 September 2018 16: 37
      -1
      who told you that near Chernobyl the station worked poorly if it didn’t have time to switch from experienced to combat duty due to the Chernobyl disaster? She carried out all of her tasks, and in principle she could not see the planes.
  5. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 14 September 2018 15: 33
    +1
    Previously, under the Soviet Union, something like that was near Chernobyl "Duga" .... but now the latest technologies and other opportunities are on the way. Great news.
    1. Forestol
      Forestol 14 September 2018 16: 40
      -4
      Yes, on the HAARP system, in the USA, which detects any of our SSBNs anywhere in the world, not to mention ICBMs, we built an improved technology of the 60s. With the same principle of operation.
      1. Old bun
        Old bun 14 September 2018 17: 06
        +1
        Quote: Forestol
        Yes, on the HAARP system, in the USA, which detects any of our SSBNs anywhere in the world, not to mention ICBMs, we built an improved technology of the 60s. With the same principle of operation.


        Take it higher, not only anywhere in the world, but throughout the democratic galaxy, the RKPSN can be traced.
        And the creators of the HAARP system themselves acknowledge that in addition to thermal and electromagnetic effects on the Earth’s atmosphere and its ionosphere in order to control the weather or initiate destructive natural disasters, it is also possible impact on the brain and nervous system of a person and a change in his psyche and behavior.
        REN TV like it?
        1. Forestol
          Forestol 15 September 2018 19: 52
          -1
          Excuse me, what education? The question is whether you understand what it is about. For starters, you know the Kabanov’s formula, what is the ionosphere, waveguide, frequency, phase, modulation of a signal? I just wrote in 1986 at the department of specialization I wrote a course on ZGRL, I understand what and how HAARP works, I know firsthand, on the relationship of the ionosphere and the magnetic field of the Earth. So you don’t have to make American idiots who put HAARP stations around the world. And REN TV has nothing to do with it.
  6. zulusuluz
    zulusuluz 15 September 2018 06: 51
    +1
    Does she consume as much energy as her predecessors? If so, then together with it it is necessary to "transport" the nuclear power plant (that is, to build it only in an area with powerful power plants).