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SAM systems

Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) System S-75M3A “Volga-A”

RSN-75B3A Volga_radar

Company offers modernization of S-75M3 “Volga” medium-range surface to air missile systems (SAM system) to the level of S-75M3A “Volga-A” for solving engineering problems of renewal the life time up to 15 years, and also improving performance and operating characteristics of the SAM system elements:

  • Missile guidance radars (MGR) RSN-75M3;
  • SM-90M launchers;
  • SPTA set;
  • Power supply facilities.

 

MAIN DIRECTIONS OF THE SAM SYSTEM MODERNIZATION

  • Enabling to detect and destroy air targets, including the small targets, produced by “stealth” technology.
  • Increase of jamming immunity against active and passive jamming and clutter reflections thanks to application of new hardware technologies, jamming protection methods and signal processing methods.
  • Automation of control processes from the superior command post, radar reconnaissance data gathering and processing, target detection and tracking, missile preparation and launching, control of technical condition of system means, documentation of combat performance and staff training.
  • Increase of destruction zone and the probability of target destruction in simple and adverse jamming conditions due to optimization of radar signal processing methods and algorithms and increase of target detection and tracking range.
  • Reduction of response time and firing cycle.
  • Provision of capabilities of firing up to three targets at the same time, one missile for one target.
  • Renewal of the anti-aircraft missile system operation life up to 15 years.
  • Growth of operational reliability of modernized equipment, increase of mean-time-to-failure up to 1500 hours thanks to the replacement of 90% of the analog equipment with the digital one, produced on the element base.
  • GPS navigation system application for topographic control and orientation of the anti-aircraft missile system devices.
  • Using modern data transmission methods by introduction of multifunctional command operational communication equipment COCH-M to the system.
  • Introduction of telecode communication facilities for data reception-transmission between the elements of the system, the superior control post and other external sources of information.
  • Providing the possibility of joint work (mating) with a wide park of target detecting equipment and control systems, equipped with specialized interface facilities.
  • Providing prompt evaluation of the results of combat operations thanks to data registration and processing facilities.
  • Providing the possibility of combat crew training by creating the air situation of any complexity and the simulation of friendly means operation.
  • Reducing the number of the component parts of the system.
  • Standardized and modular configuration of the SAM equipment.
  • Reducing the volume of maintenance of the component parts.
  • Reducing energy consumption of the system.
  • Improvement of ergonomics.

DESIGNATION

Modernized medium-range surface to air missile system (SAM) S-75M3A is designed for low, medium and high coverage of administrative, industrial and military objects against the strikes of all aerial attack means.

SAM S-75M3A provides the destruction of strategic, tactical and army aircrafts, high-speed reconnaissance aircrafts, drifting balloons, helicopters and cruise missiles with the effective radar cross section of 0,1m and more.

SAM S-75M3A consists of:

  • RSN-75B3A missile guidance station composed of PV-A reception-transmission cabin and UV-A control;
  • SM-RB-75V-1-A missile group (up to 6 launchers SM-90MA);
  • self-contained power supply facilities SAES-À;
  • P-18MA reconnaissance and target designation radars and PRV-160MA radio heightfinder;
  • Anti-aircraft guided missiles (AAGM) of 20D and 5Ya23 types;
  • SPTA;
  • Missile transportation facilities.

SAM S-75M3A “Volga-A” can operate both in autonomous mode and in centralized control mode as a part of the anti-aircraft missile system. In this case target designation for SAM S-75M3A is carried out from the automated mobile command post.

Circular scanning radars can come with the SAM S-75M3A for providing autonomous operation of the system. Radar data can be received both from analog radars P-15, P-19, P-18 or similar radars (equipped with extraction units A1000-M) and from digital radars of P-18MA (P-180, P-150, Ð190) type.

Power supply of the system is carried out using the mobile power supply system SAES-A. All the SAM elements operate from three phase mains ~220 V 50 Hz.

Technical characteristics

Parameter

S-75M3

S-75M3A

 Channel capacity, target/missile

1/3

3/3

 Maximum detection range (tactical fighter):

- at 7 km altitude

103/60*

136/86*

- at 0.2 km altitude

28

38

- at 0.05 km altitude

20

28

 Engagement range (tactical fighter), km:

- at 7 km altitude

92/73/58**

121/96/77**

- at 0.2 km altitude

25

38

- at 0.05 km altitude

18

28

 Maximum speed of engaged targets:

- approaching, m/s

1000

1030

- receding, m/s

420

420

 Detection and stable tracking of targets with RCS of 0.1 m2

 No

Yes

 Engagement envelope:

- Minimal engagement altitude, km

0.1

0.1

- Maximum engagement altitude, km

30

30

- Range to near boundary, km

7

7

- Maximum horizontal range to remote boundary, km

51

54

- Maximum slant range to remote boundary, km

56

60

- Maximum course parameter, km

45

54

 Kill probability of a target (Pk):

0.4-0.9

0.56-0.98

 SAM guidance methods:

- three point (TP)

yes

modified

- half lead (HL)

yes

modified

- optimal dynamic control (ODC)

no

yes

 Target channel auto-tracking modes:

- radar

yes

yes

- TV/optical

no

yes

- thermal optical

no

yes (option)

 Time to acquire target, s

10-15

3-6

 Interfacing with IFF interrogator

yes

option

 Simultaneously interfaced launchers

up to 6

up to 6

 Start-up time from standby, min

not more than 6

not more than 6

 Deploy/stow time at site of operation

3 h 30 min

not more than 1 hour

 Number of connecting cables, total

107

17

 Cross-country ability

 

not worse than prototype

 MTBF, h

not less than 65

not less than 1500

 Target acquisition from radars with digital output

no

yes

 Direct automated control from command post

no

yes

 Recording of all operations

no

yes

 Automatic technical monitoring

no

yes

 Built-in training mode (on simulated targets against real ground and air situation)

no

yes

 Remarks:

 * narrow beam/wide beam;

 ** narrow beam/illumination/wide beam