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Gamma-S1 radars entered the Perm Territory and the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area

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Gamma-S1 radars entered the Perm Territory and the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area



The 2-th command of the Air Force and the air defense of the Central Military District received two newest radar stations, the Gamma-C1.

"Now the specialists of the district radio engineering troops are preparing them for combat duty," the press service of the Central Military District, which is published by the media, said.

The report states that the new radar stations received radio engineering units stationed in the Perm Territory and the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area.

According to the press service, in total in 2012, the air force and air defense system of the region received more than 15 samples of new and modernized radar technology, including the Fundament-3E automation equipment.

Gamma-С1 is a Russian mobile three-coordinate general-purpose radar of the centimeter range of medium-range wavelengths. It is intended to conduct a circular or sectoral review of airspace for the purpose of air defense systems, control of airspace, as well as providing civil air traffic.

In 2003, the serial equipment of the Gamma-С1 radar troops began. The production of the radar station is carried out by the Muromsky Radio Equipment Testing Plant OJSC, together with the VNIIRT OJSC and the Pravdinsk Radio Relay Equipment Plant OJSC.

The first serial model of the radar station was deployed and tested in one of the radio engineering units of the RTV Special Operations Command (Moscow).
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  1. Trailer
    Trailer 14 December 2012 09: 12
    0
    And what will Gabala change?
    1. Vasily79
      Vasily79 14 December 2012 09: 14
      +4
      Already to Voronezh
      1. Trailer
        Trailer 14 December 2012 09: 18
        0
        And where will they put it?
        1. Vasily79
          Vasily79 14 December 2012 09: 22
          +1
          http://topwar.ru/10085-radiolokacionnye-stancii-dalnego-obnaruzheniya-sprn-voron

          ezh.html
          http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=982821
    2. Starksa
      Starksa 14 December 2012 09: 48
      +1
      Armavir replace
    3. Apollo
      Apollo 14 December 2012 09: 53
      0
      Quote: Karavan
      And what will Gabala change?


      Kazakhstan sent troops to Baikonur
      ASTANA, December 13. Kazakhstan has placed at the Baikonur complex, which includes a cosmodrome and the city of the same name, a special representative office of the border service of the National Security Committee. The tasks of the military include, in particular, the monitoring of vehicles, as well as their escort. This was announced by a Russian media source at the cosmodrome. According to him, the head of the office is captain Azat Sunkarov.
      ................................................ Recall that Kazakhstan is preparing a "comprehensive agreement" with the Russian Federation on the withdrawal from the Russian lease of the city and the Baikonur cosmodrome On December 10, the head of the National Space Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Talgat Musabayev, said within the framework of the "government hour" in the majilis (lower house) of parliament. This task, according to him, was set by the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, this issue has already been discussed with the head of the Russian state Vladimir Putin.
      More details: http://www.rosbalt.ru/exussr/2012/12/13/1070946.html
  2. AlexR
    AlexR 14 December 2012 09: 16
    0
    It looks creepy, but the thing is probably effective))
  3. gregor6549
    gregor6549 14 December 2012 09: 16
    +2
    Familiar with this contraption. Very decent radar turned out. http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-637.html
  4. jagdpanzer
    jagdpanzer 14 December 2012 09: 17
    0
    ABOUT! the former native lands were covered)) with Gabala, the setup was again some kind of
    1. alexng
      alexng 14 December 2012 09: 29
      +3
      Yes, now nobody needs this Gabala, just the Azeri screwed up in full and wiped their own snot. And she already has a replacement, deployed Voronezh.
  5. mar.tira
    mar.tira 14 December 2012 09: 31
    +3
    It's good! We are closing up little by little! Still, there are more "needles" and more modern. As I understand it, the Arctic was covered in our (Siberian) region! And we seem to have said goodbye to Gabala. Let Azerbaijan graze sheep around it! And we have nothing to do with being hostages of their ambitions!
  6. strannik595
    strannik595 14 December 2012 09: 44
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    I wonder how stable this radar is against splinters and bullets, i.e. Is it possible to disable it with one f-1 hand grenade or another simplest ammunition? nevertheless, it is in theory conceived for front-line use ......... saboteurs roam the forest, etc. winked
  7. gregor6549
    gregor6549 14 December 2012 09: 45
    +5
    Guys, what does Gabala have to do with it? "Gamma C" is from a completely different opera and its tasks are different, as well as the possibilities. Radar of the Vronezh type are elements of the early warning system of the aerospace defense and their task is to "turn on the bell" in time and determine with accuracy "to the sandals" what, from where and where it is flying to Russia from space. And more of them is not required
    1. terminator_163
      terminator_163 14 December 2012 11: 55
      +1
      I agree! Do not confuse a cat with eggs
  8. Apollo
    Apollo 14 December 2012 09: 48
    +1
    Gamma C1


    Mobile three-coordinate radar.



    Designed for use in automated air defense and air force control systems, in non-automated units, for quick reaction forces. It can be used to issue information to automated control posts and control the air traffic of civil aviation aircraft.
    The Gamma-S1 radar makes it possible to efficiently detect, determine coordinates and accompany a wide class of modern and promising air attack equipment under the influence of natural and deliberate interference.



    Gamma-S1 radar provides recognition of the classes of single targets - an airplane, a rocket, a trap target by signal and trajectory signs.

    The radar is weatherproof and can be operated in various climatic zones.

    The radar is equipped with automatic monitoring and diagnostics equipment, an air conditioning system, an automatic fire alarm and fire extinguishing system, and other service devices.

    The station includes:
    - M1 machine with an antenna-rotary device, transceiver equipment and built-in ground-based radio interrogator;
    - M2 machine with equipment for controlling, processing, displaying and transmitting data;
    - M3 machine with spare equipment and accessories, instrumentation and cable laying;
    - power supply system in trailers towed by M1 and M2 vehicles.

    The radar will be equipped with external equipment consisting of four operator workstations located at a distance of up to 1 km with the transmission of signals and information over a fiber-optic communication line and up to 15 km using a radio line.
    "Gamma-C1" is a promising radar. It is advantageously distinguished by its high energy potential and noise immunity, a high degree of automation of the processes of detection, measurement, control and monitoring of the station operation.

    www.vniirt.ru/index.php?option=com_content&view
    1. aksakal
      aksakal 14 December 2012 11: 35
      0
      Quote: Apollon
      power supply system in trailers towed by cars M1 and M2

      - simply put, ordinary diesel engines?
      Then this is a fully autonomous system, which can be deployed on a beau vigil in any corner of the country, if only M1 and M2 cars could get into it? And then all you need is to parachute the barrels of diesel fuel or somehow bring them in.
      Quote: Apollon
      Gamma-S1 radar provides recognition of the classes of single targets - an airplane, a rocket, a trap target by signal and trajectory signs.

      here's another question - and if a group of planes flies, how often does this happen? Tacos are flying close here with the squadron - then does this radar somehow recognize or simply reveal a large group of flying targets without recognition?
      Then what systems are involved in this case, what to recognize, what exactly flies in the group?
      1. tungus
        14 December 2012 15: 36
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        The digital radar processing system is located on the M2 machine and provides for:
        - automatic target detection;
        - automatic and semi-automatic capture and tracking of detected targets;
        - automatic and semi-automatic control of radar operating modes;
        - automatic control of the channel for determining nationality and the identification of its information with data on the goals followed;
        - the formation and issuance of information on the display means (description of goals, information about the status and loading of computing tools, etc.);
        - the formation and delivery of information to external consumers.
        The suppression of active and passive interference, as well as interfering reflections is performed automatically. The radar has high adaptability and selectivity in conditions of natural and specially organized interference.
        Viewing area:
        - in range - 10-300 km (400 km - special mode - source. - http://www.almaz-antey.ru).
        - in azimuth - 360 degree (circular)
        - elevation - from -2 to + 30 degrees
        - in height - to 30 km
        The number of simultaneously tracked targets - at least 100
        Information Update Pace - 10 with
  9. Sergg
    Sergg 14 December 2012 09: 53
    0
    It is very good that we have similar samples of military equipment.
    The question is also another matter how long it will take to equip our army in sufficient quantities to ensure our security.
    1. novik225
      novik225 14 December 2012 10: 14
      +1
      if at least a few samples are already good. The saturation of the whole army with such newest models is needed to quickly repel a surprise attack or conduct large-scale military operations in several directions. And in a local conflict, such as 08.08.08/XNUMX/XNUMX, there is already something to participate in. And this is already wonderful.
      Saturation is the next task.
  10. ADEQUATE
    ADEQUATE 14 December 2012 10: 11
    -2
    That's wonderful !!!!
  11. itr
    itr 14 December 2012 10: 19
    0
    It is interesting and where in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug put them ??
    1. terminator_163
      terminator_163 14 December 2012 12: 00
      +2
      Around Surgut smile
      1. itr
        itr 14 December 2012 12: 04
        0
        Countryman and where is the military unit ???
  12. terminator_163
    terminator_163 14 December 2012 12: 07
    0
    To be honest, I traveled all over the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, and besides the swamps and in some places the taiga, I did not see a single military unit. If something is deployed, then only in the cities!
    1. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 14 December 2012 13: 42
      +1
      "- When will we reach the neutral line?
      - So gone already!
      - Hm, but I didn’t notice ...
      - You didn’t notice, the Germans didn’t notice - it’s good "(c / f Dangerous Walk)
    2. itr
      itr 14 December 2012 14: 31
      0
      I have a friend who serves but we found out that last year it was somewhere near Surgut. But he says that the signalman. and where the part is not talking
  13. gregor6549
    gregor6549 14 December 2012 12: 40
    +1
    Another 5 kopecks on the topic. It is one thing to talk about technology in the framework of open publications and another thing to disclose its quantitative composition and location. It is not our task to increase the unemployment rate in the CIA, etc. offices. Hai themselves are looking. They get paid for it.
  14. Nechai
    Nechai 14 December 2012 13: 44
    +1
    Quote: mar.tira
    .As I understand it, the Arctic was covered in our (Siberian) region

    In the photo: 64L6-1 "Gamma-S1" radar - M2 hardware vehicle - in the background an M1 vehicle with a HEADLIGHT radar. Chassis - BAZ-69092-013
    TTX radar 64L6E (source - Russian power ...):
    Attendants - 3 people (calculation)
    Deployment (coagulation) time - 40 min.
    Power consumption - 70 kW (summer), 90 kW (winter)
    Power supply - stand-alone or from an industrial network
    Mean time between failures - 500 hours
    Recovery time - 0,5 hours
    Time of continuous work - 72 hours
    On Time:
    - full-time - 5 min
    - emergency - 3 min
    Antenna - flat headlamp
    The wavelength range is centimeter (!!!)
    Viewing area:
    - range - 10-300 km (400 km - special mode
    - ist. - http://www.almaz-antey.ru).
    - in azimuth - 360 degree (circular)
    - elevation - from -2 to + 30 degrees
    - in height - to 30 km
    Accuracy of measuring target coordinates:
    - range - up to 50 m
    - in azimuth - up to 15 min
    - elevation - up to 10-15 minutes
    - in height - up to 400 m
    Resolution:
    - range - 250 m
    - in azimuth - 1,4 city
    Suppression coefficient from local objects - not less than 45 dB
    The number of simultaneously tracked targets - at least 100
    Information Update Pace - 10 with
    Issued radar information - track, coordinate
    Data acquisition and transmission - automatic (semi-automatic) through the ADF via a radio channel (wire lines)
    Terms of Use:
    - air temperature - from -50 to +50 degrees C
    - relative air humidity - up to 98% at +25 degrees C, frost, dew, rain
    - wind speed - up to 25 m / s
    - height above sea level - up to 2000 m
  15. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 14 December 2012 19: 43
    0
    A modern inflatable model of a tank or rocket launcher is made of light fabric with special properties. On a Bologna basis, experts applied a layer of material that conducts electric current. As a result, the Russian S-300 (a copy of the real air defense system), made of metallized fabric, for radar reconnaissance equipment became indistinguishable from a real combat vehicle. So indistinguishable that since 2006 attack aircraft pilots have been training on them as targets, and modern equipment does not distinguish between the real tank and its inflatable copy in terms of heat and radar.