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Russian AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS

Catalog 1

 

The catalogue contains concise   data   on both newly-made and modernized air   defense equipment divided    into   the   following sections:

- Missile and artillery systems;

- Surveillance;

- 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

 

S-300PMU1
Air Defence  Missile System

 

Mission

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.



 

Composition

• 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.

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