Iran, not waiting for C-300, is developing its own more advanced air defense system

Iran, not waiting for C-300, is developing its own more advanced air defense system

Iranian specialists are developing a more advanced anti-aircraft missile system (SAM) compared to the Russian S-300, RBC reports citing Iran news Network Press TV.


Brigadier General Farzad Ismaili, head of the air defense command center, stated that the creation of a conceptual model of the new Iranian complex has already been completed. While creating it, the drawbacks and defects that are present in the Russian C-300 air defense system were taken into account.

He also added that in the armament of the Iranian Bavar-373 complex there will be three types of ground-to-air missiles to work on targets in different zones.

In addition, the general criticized the Russian side for refusing to comply with the terms of the contract for the supply of the C-300 air defense system, which, he said, the Russian Federation made under US pressure.

Recall about the tests of its own analogue C-300, SAM Mersad, Iran reported a year ago. Russian experts then stated that the Iranians could not have any “analogue” by definition, at best, they could be talking about Chinese technologies, and Tehran’s bellicose statements about this are a propaganda bluff.

In 2007, Moscow and Tehran entered into a bilateral agreement for the supply of air defense systems. However, Russia later refused to carry out the transaction, explaining the refusal by a resolution of the UN Security Council. This was the reason for filing a claim to the International Court of Justice for the recovery of damage in favor of Iran. The case is pending.

The C-300 is an anti-aircraft missile system designed for the defense of large industrial and administrative facilities, military bases and command and control points from attacks by enemy aerospace attacks. Able to destroy ballistic targets, there is a theoretical possibility of attacking ground targets. The latest modifications of C-300 systems are capable of destroying enemy aircraft at a distance of 150 kilometers and an altitude of up to 27 kilometers.

The C-300 system was adopted in the USSR in 1979 year. S-300 SAM systems have high noise immunity and are capable of simultaneously firing at up to 24 targets with targeting up to two missiles from each launcher (PU) or up to four missiles from two PUs at each target. The whole process of combat work is maximally automated. C-300 is able to destroy all modern air targets - airplanes, cruise and ballistic missiles.

There are several modifications of the complex: C-300B, C-300PMU, C-300 PMU-1. The complex is located on a track or wheel base ("Ural" or "MZKT"), depending on the modification. In 2004, the C-400 air defense system was also adopted by the Russian Armed Forces.
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  1. jamert
    jamert 22 September 2011 12: 44 New
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    Well, yes ... of course ... P ... do not toss the bags.
  2. Bogatir
    Bogatir 22 September 2011 12: 48 New
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    The most interesting thing is the lawsuit for the failure of the contract by Russia "as a reliable supplier", with penalties and the probable arrest of Russian assets in Iran.
    1. Vadivak 22 September 2011 12: 55 New
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      Let's not rush to conclusions, the challenge is thrown, the Chinese are already helping Iran, the result is just around the corner
      1. Bogatir
        Bogatir 22 September 2011 13: 31 New
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        Well, the court has not been canceled. And the fact that China, and our compatriots (yours and ours is possible) help to do a lot there - this has been known for a long time.
        1. Marat
          Marat 22 September 2011 23: 24 New
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          The Iranians claim that this lawsuit will simply help Russia overcome the "US ban" and still put it at 300 - they say that the lawsuit is not an act of hostility - these articles are everywhere - if you google right away
        2. Marat
          Marat 22 September 2011 23: 27 New
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          The Iranians claim that this lawsuit will simply help Russia overcome the "US ban" and still put it at 300 - they say that the lawsuit is not an act of hostility - these articles are everywhere - if you google right away
        3. Marat
          Marat 22 September 2011 23: 28 New
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          The Iranians claim that this lawsuit will simply help Russia overcome the "US ban" and still put it at 300 - they say that the lawsuit is not an act of hostility - these articles are everywhere - if you google right away
        4. Marat
          Marat 22 September 2011 23: 28 New
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          The Iranians claim that this lawsuit will simply help Russia overcome the "US ban" and still put it at 300 - they say that the lawsuit is not an act of hostility - these articles are everywhere - if you google right away
        5. Marat
          Marat 22 September 2011 23: 29 New
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          The Iranians claim that this lawsuit will simply help Russia overcome the "US ban" and still put it at 300 - they say that the lawsuit is not an act of hostility - these articles are everywhere - if you google right away
  3. merkawa
    merkawa 22 September 2011 13: 24 New
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    And they could have helped, even if someone gave Pendell America’s imperial ambitions, at the same time they checked in a combat situation fellow
    1. Bogatir
      Bogatir 22 September 2011 13: 50 New
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      Quote: merkawa
      Or they could help

      - Inaudible definition. Contracts have already been signed and complexes have even been riveted. Among the benefits for the military-industrial complex and payment with real money - these complexes were supposed to observe the military-political interests in Iran in oil and gas, engineering and nuclear energy.
      The question must be posed - what was refused? What was it after the arrival of the president of Israel? Why did this suddenly coincide with the sequence of events? Where is the political weight and the defense industry markets in Libya, Egypt, Syria now?
      Now the "Arab scripts" were scared - well, well ...
    2. Bogatir
      Bogatir 22 September 2011 13: 54 New
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      Quote: merkawa
      Or they could help

      - Inaudible definition. Contracts have already been signed and complexes have even been riveted. Among the benefits for the military-industrial complex and payment with real money - these complexes were supposed to observe the military-political interests in Iran in oil and gas, engineering and nuclear energy.
      The question must be posed - what was refused? What was it after the arrival of the president of Israel? Why did this suddenly coincide with the sequence of events? Where is the political weight and the defense industry markets in Libya, Egypt, Syria now?
      Now the "Arab scripts" were scared - well, well ...
  4. zombies
    zombies 22 September 2011 13: 35 New
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    more advanced? - ha ha very funny)))
    1. Bogatir
      Bogatir 22 September 2011 14: 00 New
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      The one who spetsietsya last laughs well ... But to Iran as a state - present-day Russia, and Ukraine - far from unfortunate ... There is order.
    2. Bogatir
      Bogatir 22 September 2011 14: 04 New
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      The one who spetsietsya last laughs well ... But to Iran as a state - present-day Russia, and Ukraine - far from unfortunate ... There is order.
  5. Splin
    Splin 22 September 2011 13: 53 New
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    Iranian specialists turned to Ukraine for technology. But in Ukraine they were officially sent away from the West.
    1. Bogatir
      Bogatir 22 September 2011 14: 06 New
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      Yes, the Iranians, the Russians have already riveted some of the complexes, what kind of technology is there.
      I don’t know about the fact that the Russians are working in Iran about the Ukrainians, but I don’t exclude them as freelancers.
      And to the theme of the West - such an example:
      - Zavad cut down the strategic Tupolev Design Bureau, not allowing the export of Tu-204SM there. And Ukraine - sells the An-140 there, and there is a movement of 148-158.
      1. Splin
        Splin 22 September 2011 14: 39 New
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        As for the Tu-204, he did not know. And about technology. The Ukrainian modernization of the S-300P is a transitional step to modules from the family of three types of missiles for the Sapsan complex. Why not get it?
        1. Bogatir
          Bogatir 22 September 2011 15: 11 New
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          Yes, apparently - to the Ukrainian air defense system is already half a step.
          1. jamert
            jamert 22 September 2011 16: 03 New
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            Do not tell me At what factories do it? Everything collapsed and bought for next to nothing. Prior to Sapsan, there was the Borisfen project, and before him the Thunder and nothing further than the blueprints.
            1. Splin
              Splin 22 September 2011 16: 23 New
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              The first two projects really didn’t go further than four. There was no money. But "Sapsan" after Yushch went. The money was found, especially when Russia insisted on selling the Iranian party of S-300 and Iskander to Ukraine. The first samples will be ready by 2013. The main thing is where to test them?
  6. hundert
    hundert 22 September 2011 16: 12 New
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    and where only such moronic articles come from here, from another dimension or what?
    news of the end of August of the current year:
    Iran sent a lawsuit against Russia to the International Court of Justice in connection with its refusal to supply S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems to Iran.
    “Legally, we believe that the shipment of the C-300 is not part of the UN Security Council resolution. We sent our lawsuit to the court’s decision to help Russia make these deliveries so that Russia has a legal trump card,” the Iranian ambassador told a press conference in Moscow Russian Mahmoud Reza Sajdi. All honestly, Russia was "forced"; Iraq got its way in court.
    Claims for the obligation to take actions - delivery of s-300, we are not talking about any financial claims.
    as for the Persians developing their s-300 class air defense system, it’s just Petrosyan’s repertoire.
    1. Marat
      Marat 22 September 2011 23: 31 New
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      here - this is what I had in mind in my comment above
    2. Marat
      Marat 22 September 2011 23: 35 New
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      here - this is what I had in mind in my comment above
  7. DEfindER 22 September 2011 16: 24 New
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    You can’t say anything, our politicians acted wisely, 2 birds with one stone, and Russia was left without money, and they almost lost an ally! well done!
    You know, I would probably already be surprised if they did at least something right .. for their country ..
    1. Marat
      Marat 22 September 2011 23: 30 New
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      I do not think that "lost an ally"
      The Iranians are not stupid - everyone understands - and in any case they consider Russia a friendly country. They simply have no way out - they have no one to rely on anymore - maybe China still - but the border is then common with Russia
  8. Banshee 22 September 2011 16: 48 New
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    Quote: DEfindER
    You know, I would probably already be surprised if they did at least something right .. for their country ..


    The variant nowadays is quite real, but you can try to be optimistic, and accept that the option is valid:

    Quote: hundert
    “Legally, we believe that the shipment of the C-300 is not part of the UN Security Council resolution. We sent our lawsuit to the court’s decision to help Russia make these deliveries so that Russia has a legal trump card,” the Iranian ambassador told a press conference in Moscow Russian Mahmoud Reza Sajdi. All honestly, Russia was "forced"; Iraq got its way in court.


    I wish that in reality everything went that way.

    Because the West is unlikely to wait for new Iranian complexes to take up combat positions. And from a conceptual model to real shooters, it's not two weeks of work.
  9. Ivan Tarasov 22 September 2011 16: 59 New
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    If you provide a link to the source, I will be grateful.
  10. Ivan Tarasov 22 September 2011 17: 11 New
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    Very timely, and the right decision.
    Only the strongest will survive in this world.
    Gaddafi was greedy, bargained, and before bargained that Libya plunged into chaos.
    The lesson of Gaddafi, should go to all chapters for the benefit.
    Unfortunately, it was not possible to find photographs of the new Iranian air defense system.
    What you presented in the photo is most likely the Russian complex.
    If you have a photograph of the new Iranian air defense system and missiles, please publish.
    1. jamert
      jamert 22 September 2011 17: 26 New
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      It is very difficult to “have photos” of what does not exist in nature.
      1. PSih2097 22 September 2011 18: 52 New
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        Most likely the Chinese sold the blueprints to Iran, for them the c300 is yesterday ... and with those documentation, I think it's easier to rivet than to start from scratch.
        1. hundert
          hundert 22 September 2011 20: 43 New
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          I will send you a schematic diagram of a plasma TV, rivet it to me please right at home wink .
          is this how to solder a detector receiver?
          1. Marat
            Marat 22 September 2011 23: 37 New
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            I agree with hundert - we need technology - a scientific school - advanced material science - there are hundreds of related enterprises. According to the drawings, you just can’t assemble it like that - there are no spare parts

            Is it possible that China and Russia were able to sell air defense elements - engine parts - electronics? After all, Russia was able to deliver under the contract of 2007 both engines and radars for the new "Iranian" fighter
  11. ZEBRASH
    ZEBRASH 22 September 2011 19: 30 New
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    Of course, it was more correct, in spite of any UN resolutions, to sell the S-300 to Iran - can any pendos violate them, but shouldn't we? Moreover, the pendos and their mongrels pushed this resolution through, frightening everyone with the "aggressive Ahmadenijad" angry But if it turns out that the Iranians really have a complex that is better than the S-300, I'm just glad. This is a defense weapon, not an attack.
  12. Ragnarek 23 September 2011 08: 16 New
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    Of course, Iran itself is developing a missile defense system. Stopudovo ours secretly sold technical documentation and immediately two birds with one stone and the sanctions are not violated - the West is satisfied and Iran was assisted