Protivnik 3D enters service in Belarus
The Protivnik 3D medium-high altitude radar has entered service with a signal intelligence (SIGINT) unit of the Belarusian defence force, the country's ministry of defence announced on 16 August.
The early warning mobile radar will be used to detect and track strategic and tactical aircraft, ballistic targets, aircraft missiles, and small low-speed aircraft in a jamming environment, transmitting data to automation systems in command posts. The radar's control station has reduced electromagnetic radiation and noise levels, and simulation and training systems.
The capabilities of the SIGINT troops will be increased significantly with the radar, enabling the unit to track and detect ballistic targets, improve mobility, and increase detection ranges.
The Protivnik has an automated monitoring and troubleshooting system to minimise logsitics requirements. It has an automated antenna elevation system and transport units that enable deployment/displacement within 30 minutes on an unprepared site.
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