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Ukrainian NPK Iskra has created a new military radar

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The state-owned enterprise “Scientific and Production Complex“ Iskra ”, which is part of the Ukroboronprom Group of Companies, has created for a foreign customer a new three-coordinate radar for military circular review 80КХNUMXМ.


Ukrainian NPK Iskra has created a new military radar


According to Vyacheslav Trailin, Deputy Director of the Scientific and Production Corporation “Iskra”, the 80K6М radar is designed to work as a target designation station as part of anti-aircraft missile systems.

V.Trailin declared that PLC 80K6M is the most modern enterprise development, launched into mass production. Unlike the previous 80K6 station mastered by Iskra SPC, the 80K6М radar has a wider field of view - up to 55 degrees, which allows detecting ballistic targets.

In addition, the 80K6M radar has five times less than the 80K6 station, the readiness time during the transition from the march (deployment time) is 6 minutes and is located only on one transport unit, made on the off-road chassis. According to the deputy director, in order to achieve such characteristics, it was necessary to create a new digital diagramming system and apply new radar antenna calculation algorithms.

V.Trailin noted that the main tactical and technical capabilities of the 80K6M radar can compete with the US AN / TPS 78 station and the GM400 Thales Raytheon Systems station of France. At the same time, the Ukrainian station has a significant advantage in terms of the factors of mobility-price.

The deputy director stressed that the production of radar 80K6M actively uses the domestic element base. He also said that this station is of increased interest from potential foreign buyers.

Azerbaijan was the starting buyer of this complex, as in 2013, during the military parade in Baku, this complex was shown as part of the Buk-M1 air defense system.
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  1. rocketman
    rocketman 7 October 2013 07: 31 New
    +8
    All this is very interesting, but the question is - will the Ukrainian army buy at least a couple of these? Considering the main tank infantry directions of the Ukrainian military “rehorma”, I think that is unlikely.
    1. queen
      queen 7 October 2013 07: 41 New
      +6
      Most likely not .. why should they (observe if only) ... we have more problems, the Olympic light was brought, the hair stand on end how much it cost us /
    2. My address
      My address 7 October 2013 07: 56 New
      +1
      Yes, and no one will take. In the West, its nowhere to go. In the East, risks are posed in terms of reliability and they are trying to develop their own. This is how to buy a prototype - it may be wonderful, but prove the stability of the characteristics (the ability to produce a high-quality series), maintainability, etc. In almost the same position and mechanical engineering, electronics, electrical engineering.
    3. mga04
      mga04 7 October 2013 10: 31 New
      +6
      Quote: rocketman
      All this is very interesting, but the question is - will the Ukrainian army buy at least a couple of these?

      On such a chassis - no. This package is made to order. For internal use, the radar goes to the KrAZ chassis.
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    5. alone
      alone 7 October 2013 21: 42 New
      0
      Quote: rocketman
      All this is very interesting, but the question is - will the Ukrainian army buy at least a couple of these? Considering the main tank infantry directions of the Ukrainian military “rehorma”, I think that is unlikely.


      I don’t know about Ukraine, maybe, or maybe not, but we have

      http://www.military-informant.com/index.php/army/3203-1.html
    6. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 8 October 2013 00: 18 New
      0
      Quote: rocketman
      All this is very interesting, but the question is - will the Ukrainian army buy at least a couple of these?


      And why should they? What is with whom to fight? or is someone pointing a ballistic missile at them?
  2. Alikovo
    Alikovo 7 October 2013 07: 39 New
    +1
    they’ll probably sell it to Southeast Asia.
  3. Denis
    Denis 7 October 2013 07: 44 New
    -2
    Azerbaijan became the starting buyer of this complex, so in 2013 during the military parade in Baku this complex was shown as part of the Buk-M1 air defense division
    Then it will be visible xy from xy, during operation. For now, only:
    According to the deputy director
    Words don’t shoot and don’t even detect, the word is for those who will serve them
    And this contract is a success, and then suddenly Ukrainian equipment began to be declared defective
    But is the chassis not the MZKT, doesn’t Kremenchug do?
    1. Apollo
      Apollo 7 October 2013 07: 48 New
      +4
      Good morning everybody hi

      quote-State-owned enterprise "Scientific and Production Complex" Iskra ", which is part of the Ukroboronprom Group of Companies, has created for the foreign customer a new three-coordinate military surveillance radar 80K6М.

      stock footage in the topic
  4. Strashila
    Strashila 7 October 2013 08: 16 New
    -2
    The Soviet backlog is not eternal.
    1. roial
      roial 7 October 2013 11: 03 New
      +5
      The Soviet backlog has already ended, the technologies are not the same.
  5. Nayhas
    Nayhas 7 October 2013 08: 44 New
    0
    Maybe someone knows how a 3D radar differs from a three-coordinate radar?
    1. mamba
      mamba 7 October 2013 10: 48 New
      +1
      Quote: Nayhas
      How does a 3D radar differ from a three-coordinate radar?

      It seems to be the same thing. Three-coordinate radar is three dimensional radar, 3D-radar, 3D-radar.
  6. Sashkessss
    Sashkessss 7 October 2013 08: 46 New
    +1
    Well, of course, but if it is for export, then who is interested? And will they pay for the risks? Because Ukraine has already been burned by selling its cars to Iran, which no one allowed anywhere.
    1. mamba
      mamba 7 October 2013 10: 31 New
      -3
      Quote: Sashkessss
      if it is for export - then who is interested?

      Are Georgians already interested or are they waiting for this radar as a gift?
  7. roial
    roial 7 October 2013 10: 14 New
    +2
    I do not think that the risks are so great. The radar is piece goods, the main thing here is compliance with the declared characteristics and the presence of normal maintenance and support.
  8. gregor6549
    gregor6549 7 October 2013 10: 55 New
    +8
    I will not tell you for the whole of Odessa, i.e. for the Ukrainian aircraft and their ability to purchase such radars, but Iskra was once one of the strongest enterprises in the USSR in terms of the development and manufacture of radars and it looks like it has not lost its position in this area. Therefore, I would not be very ironic about this development, but I would think about how to restore the bridges between Ukraine and Russia, including the bridges between the defense of two BROTHER countries, despite the fact that their leadership does not always realize this
    1. leon-iv
      leon-iv 7 October 2013 11: 25 New
      -2
      bridges between the defense of two BROTHER countries, despite the fact that their leadership is not always aware of this

      It’s not possible then when it will be part of the Russian Federation it will be possible, but not yet. Only pull out specialists.
    2. dominatus
      dominatus 7 October 2013 11: 25 New
      +6
      So far, among the Russian powers that be, politics prevails over common sense - no bridges between the military-industrial complex of Ukraine and Russia are possible.
      A striking example is the An-70.
      You need to be an idiot to declare: we don’t need An-70, we will do the modernized IL-76. And this despite the fact that the Russian-Georgian conflict clearly demonstrated the need for such a transport as the An-70. Demonstrated. that no upgraded IL-76 is able to deliver cargo to an unprepared dirt strip, a strip only 700 meters long, to deliver 96% of military equipment in assembled condition.
      And you say: "bridges between the military-industrial complex." UNREAL. With the current Russian government - NOT REALLY :-))
      1. Sashkessss
        Sashkessss 7 October 2013 17: 54 New
        +2
        And you say: "bridges between the military-industrial complex." UNREAL. With the current Russian government - NOT REALLY :-))

        I apologize for getting into your words ... But this is not only a matter of the Russian authorities. I don’t like shouting about power in Ukraine, I have half of the relatives from the Cossack lands. BUT! The policy of the last three leaders clearly shows that they simply do not need these bridges between the "Brotherly" peoples. For many Ukrainians from the Western part, we are the main sources of all problems and we urgently need to save the whole planet from us. So we will not throw arguments at each other and act on the old Russian tradition to look for the guilty, but we will try to solve all the problems that we have now.
        PS "Unreal" is written together.
        1. dominatus
          dominatus 8 October 2013 01: 55 New
          +1
          Forgive me. Russian is foreign to me.
          And what foreign language do you speak?
          1. Sashkessss
            Sashkessss 8 October 2013 12: 30 New
            0
            Weakly Ukrainian and English, the school had a chance to go to German for two years. And yes, Russian was not so long ago the official language in Ukraine; I would not say that there are strong differences in the rules.
  9. DuraLexSedLex.
    DuraLexSedLex. 7 October 2013 11: 05 New
    -2
    Now we will know how our "friends" will track our planes, and who will use these things ... I think anyone like "Mishiko")
    1. dominatus
      dominatus 7 October 2013 12: 03 New
      +6
      As the saying goes: "Whose cow mumbled, and yours was silent."
      Verily, there are no limits to Russian hypocrisy.

      Of course you will know. Moreover, in 2010 you delivered these S-300 air defense systems to these “friends” (Azeybarjan), and most recently:
      $ 1 billion combat helicopters, tanks and other weapons.
      And this despite the fact that Russia considers itself an ally of Armenia.
      That is, the position of Russia is the following - we are allies of Armenia, but if the enemy of Armenia Azeibardzhan wants to buy new weapons from us, then Armenia is not our ally.

      And after that, your language still turns to remember the supply of arms by Ukraine to Georgia?
      So after all, at the time of arms supplies to Georgia, Georgia was not at war with Russia.
      But Armenia and Azeibardzhan, in fact, are still at war. Nevertheless, this does not bother Russia at all; it is happy to arm the enemy of its ally (Armenia).
      1. xetai9977
        7 October 2013 12: 46 New
        +1
        You will first learn to pronounce the name of the country correctly, and only then begin to teach others the wisdom.
        1. dominatus
          dominatus 7 October 2013 14: 33 New
          +1
          I don’t teach anyone anything.
          I admit that I was mistaken in writing the name of the country for that I apologize to the Azerbaijanis.
          I just gave an example of Russian hypocrisy and cynicism.
          The fact that I did not write the name of the country Azerbaijan correctly does not change the essence.
          As soon as it smelled of money, Russia betrayed its faithful ally in Transcaucasia and put the latest weapons to its enemy.

          In fact, there is something to say?

          1. alone
            alone 7 October 2013 21: 50 New
            +1
            in addition to correcting their mistake, there is nothing more to say
      2. pensioner
        pensioner 7 October 2013 14: 38 New
        0
        Quote: dominatus
        And here ... and Azeibardzhan
        fool negative
      3. DuraLexSedLex.
        DuraLexSedLex. 8 October 2013 09: 46 New
        -1
        Well, Yushch knew that there would be a batch in the Caucasus. Therefore, it was obvious sabotage. And not a little neighborly, no? will let him apply.
        And since hypocrisy is not for you to prove to me, the fascists are not perpetuated in my country and they are not satisfied with torchlight processions.
  10. major071
    major071 7 October 2013 11: 12 New
    +4
    I don’t understand anything about this, so I’ll ask a question: Is this radar compatible with western air defense systems, or only with Soviet (post-Soviet) systems?
    1. gregor6549
      gregor6549 7 October 2013 12: 43 New
      0
      For compatibility with Western systems, in principle, it is enough to equip this radar with an interface (i.e. software) and data transmission channels made in accordance with NATO standards, and this is not so much a technical issue as a political one and NATO countries can choose to supply this equipment (if want to) buy this radar. But they’re unlikely to want it, because they hope for such a partner as Ukraine is very risky. After all, it’s not enough to buy a radar. It is also necessary to ensure its warranty and after warranty maintenance as well as the supply of spare parts throughout the entire life of the radar. Who needs such a headache if they and their radar koi have no place to get worse
  11. pensioner
    pensioner 7 October 2013 14: 36 New
    0
    placed on only one transport unit, made on an off-road chassis.

    Interesting: whose chassis is manufactured? repeat
    1. Algor73
      Algor73 7 October 2013 15: 25 New
      +2
      Shasi from Belarus, this is a joint project - Ukrainian radar, Belarusian chassis. This is what the customer wanted.
  12. gych
    gych 7 October 2013 14: 45 New
    +2
    Quote: dominatus
    So far, among the Russian powers that be, politics prevails over common sense - no bridges between the military-industrial complex of Ukraine and Russia are possible.
    A striking example is the An-70.
    You need to be an idiot to declare: we don’t need An-70, we will do the modernized IL-76. And this despite the fact that the Russian-Georgian conflict clearly demonstrated the need for such a transport as the An-70. Demonstrated. that no upgraded IL-76 is able to deliver cargo to an unprepared dirt strip, a strip only 700 meters long, to deliver 96% of military equipment in assembled condition.
    And you say: "bridges between the military-industrial complex." UNREAL. With the current Russian government - NOT REALLY :-))

    fellow 5 points! many write oh, ukrainians brothers zats for you, why do you need NATO, go to the vehicle, they themselves smear Ukrainian equipment and drool over the Crimea!
  13. Urri
    Urri 7 October 2013 21: 07 New
    0
    Quote: retired
    Interesting: whose chassis is manufactured?


    MZKT specifically for the Pechora-2 project back in the 90s developed options for special wheeled chassis with a reduced loading height (so that the radar equipment crawled into the babarit 3950 in height) This is an upgrade of one of them
  14. Su-9
    Su-9 7 October 2013 21: 18 New
    0
    But I’m wondering about: "... in the production of 80K6M radar, domestic element base is actively used." What is the elemental base in mind? HEADLIGHTS? Or are the elements? Where from? From the Kharkov Proton? Or is there something else alive? In Kiev, Beregovo, Rivne, Yellow Waters can elements really do?
  15. gych
    gych 8 October 2013 00: 37 New
    -1
    Quote: Su-9
    But I’m wondering about: "... in the production of 80K6M radar, domestic element base is actively used." What is the elemental base in mind? HEADLIGHTS? Or are the elements? Where from? From the Kharkov Proton? Or is there something else alive? In Kiev, Beregovo, Rivne, Yellow Waters can elements really do?

    Donetsk “Topaz” missed. Do everything would be in demand, but in Ukraine we have something to offer!
  16. Kazakh-uly
    Kazakh-uly 9 October 2013 18: 36 New
    +2
    Ukrainians I am very happy for you well done
  17. Enzzo
    Enzzo 13 October 2013 12: 04 New
    0
    Ukraine is already competing