Russian AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS
The catalogue contains concise data on both newly-made and modernized air defense equipment divided into the following sections:
- Missile and artillery systems;
- Command and control systems;
- Electronic warfare; intelligence and communications systems;
- Test range equipment.
Modern air defense systems of Russian origin are designed to protect ground units on the battlefield, and military, industrial and administrative installations against attacks of aerodynamic and ballistic air weapons, notwithstanding severe hostile ECM and fire counteraction
MISSILE AND ARTILLERY SYSTEMS
Air Defence Missile System
The S-300PMU1 air defence missile system is designed to counter mass raids of air attack weapons, including modern and prospective aircraft, low-flying targets, strategic cruise missiles, aeroballistic, tactical and theatre ballistic missiles within a vast variety of their operational altitudes and speeds, under severe ECM conditions.
The S-300PMU1 multi-channel mobile air defence missile system is a long-range SAM asset. It is capable to operate both autonomously or as part of AD grouping, when controlled by the 83M6E, Baikal-1E or Senezh-M1E command and control systems.
With the use of dedicated interface units, compatible ground-based interrogator and communications means, the S-300PMU1 ADM system can be integrated into any national air defence system.
The S-300PMU1 ADMS and the 83M6E CCS can be upgraded to the Favorit ADMS level in customer countries.
• air defence missile system
• 48N6E SAMs (as well as 5V55R and 5V55K
• sets of auxiliary means and operating manuals;
• external power sources for IGR and missile launchers
• maintenance assets
• auxiliary assets
Typical composition of the ADMS system includes combat, maintenance and auxiliary assets.
The combat assets include:
• one multi-channel 30N6E1 (30N6E) illumination and guidance radar providing automatic data exchange with the 83M6E, Baikal-1E or Senezh-M1E CCS, (30N6E IGR ensures this capability only in relation to the Senezh-M1E CCS);
• up to 12 self-propelled missile launchers (or
5P85SE or 5P85TE missile launchers on SP chassis or semi-trailers accordingly) – four SAMs on each;
• 1T12-2M-2 survey vehicle.
The maintenance assets include:
• 82Ts6E missile operation and storage assets (5T58E transporter vehicle, 22T6E loading vehicle and other means);
• 48N6E2.GVM SAM’s weight-size mock-up
• The auxiliary assets can include:• 96L6E all-altitude/76N6 low-altitude target acquisition radars;
• 40V6M mobile antenna tower;
• 48N6EUD combat training missile;
• ADMS maintenance and repair assets.
The S-300PMU1 can be supplemented with the ALTEK-300 simulator, designed to train the
83M6E and S-300PMU1 system crews.