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48Ya6-K1 Podlet K1 Russian Mobile Long-Range High-Altitude Surveillance Radar

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"WEG"
"Radar Systems"
"Ground Radars"
"Battlefield Surveillance and Reconnaissance Radars"
"Russia (RUS)"
"PRO_Russian Federation"
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"Russia (RUS)"
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notes"The Radar 48Ya6-K1 “Podlet K1” (Cyrillic: 48Я6-К1 «Подлет-К1»; translated: “Approach”) is a mobile three-coordinate S-Band radar of low-altitude, a circular scan of a combat mode and inter-service application. It uses a phased-array antenna (the upper big array) for detecting and tracking of low-altitude aims. The lower two back-to-back arrays are secondary radar, the thinner array for international standard (SIF Mark Ⅻ), the larger for the national Russian IFF. The narrow antenna next to the big array is a compensation antenna for protection against jamming."
dateOfIntroduction2018
countryOfOrigin"Russia (RUS)"
proliferation"Russian Federation"
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"48Ya6-K1_Podlet_K1(B).jpg"
"48Ya6-K1_Podlet_K1(A).jpg"
"48Ya6-K1_Podlet_K1(C).jpg"
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value"48Ya6-K1 Podlet K1"
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value"Mobile Long-Range High-Altitude Surveillance Radar"
name"Mission"
value"The Podlet K1 was designed to detect hostile targets flying at low-altitude, provide early warning and support Russian advanced air-defense systems, such as the S-400."
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value"INA"
name"Chassis"
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name"Frequency"
value"S-Band"
name"Maximum Range"
value"200-300 km depending on the operation mode"
name"Passive Electronically Steered Array (PESA) Antenna"
value"Yes"
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