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1L119 Nebo-SVU Russian Early Warning / Target Acquisition Anti-Stealth Radar

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notes"The Nebo-SVU is part of the Nebo family of Very High Frequency (VHF) 2D and 3D mobile surveillance radars which also includes the 55G6-1 Nebo 3D radar and 1L13-3 Nebo-SV 2D radar both deployed in the 1990s. The Nebo-SVU phased array radar is designed to automatically detect, determine the coordinates and track airborne targets such as rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft, ballistic missiles, stealth aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, and hypersonic cruise missiles. Besides, the radar system also provides Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) and detection of active electronic countermeasures (ECM) capabilities. Advanced digital signal techniques allow suppressing natural clutter and active jammers. The Nebo-SVU is capable of relying on target information and air surveillance data to air defense systems and command centers. It entered service with the Russian Air Force in 2004 and has been exported at least to one undisclosed customer. The Nebo-SVU radar comprises antennas and electronic equipment, mounted on a semi-trailer; and the autonomous electric power plant, based on the ED-2x30-T400-1RA1M4 diesel-engine power plant, carried by the Kamaz truck. The radar system can operate in various climates with temperatures ranging from +50 Celsius to -50 Celsius, air humidity of 98%. It can detect a fighter aircraft with a radar cross-section (RCS) of 2.5 square meters at 50 kilometers flying at 500 meters of altitude, at 250 kilometers flying at 10,000 meters, or at 350 kilometers flying at 20,000 meters. It can detect ballistic targets at altitudes of up to 180 kilometers. Overall, the Nebo-SVU radar can track in excess of 100 airborne targets simultaneously."
dateOfIntroduction1997
countryOfOrigin"Russia (RUS)"
proliferation"Iran (Islamic Republic of), Russian Federation"
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name"NEBO SVU EW RADAR"
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name"Alternate Designation"
value"1L119 Nebo-SVU"
name"Type"
value"Early Warning / Target Acquisition Anti-Stealth Radar"
name"Manufacturer"
value"Nizhny Novgorod Research Institute of Radio Engineering (Russian acronym: NNIIRT)"
name"Mission"
value"Detecting and tracking Very Low Observable (VLO) and Low Observable (LO) aircraft designs"
name"Characteristics"
value"Solid state phased array with electronic beam-steering in azimuth and elevation, it is considerably more accurate than its predecessor, it has much better mobility, and incorporates a wide range of improvements. It retains the VHF element design, but uses vertical polarization."
name"Band"
value"VHF"
name"Power Consumption"
value"30"
units"kPH"
name"Crew"
value"4"
units"ea"
name"Vehicles"
value"2"
units"ea"
name"Deployment Time"
value"20"
units"min"
name"Detection Range"
value"500"
units"km"
name"Tracking Range"
value"200"
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name"Tracking accuracy"
value"0.5 degrees in azimuth, and 1.5 in elevation, making it suitable as an acquisition radar for the S-300PMU1/2 and S-400 systems"
name"Detection range for aircraft and ballistic targets with RCS of 1 m2, km:"
value"At 0.5 km altitude, km 65. At 10 km altitude, km 270. At 20 km altitude, km 380."
name"Measurement Accuracy:"
value"Range, 200m. Azimuth, 30 arc minimum. Elevation angle, 1.5 (within 3 to 45 deg elevation angle range)."
name"Maximum number of tracks"
value"100"
name"Mean Time Between Failure"
value"500"
units"hours"
name"Dimensions"
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name"Height of Radar"
value"6.0"
units"m"
name"Length of Radar"
value"60"
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