Not Only Stealth Fighters, The Russian-Made Rezonans-NE Radar is Also a Threat To Several Deadly Weapons

Not only stealth fighters, the Russian-made Rezonans-NE Radar is also a threat to several deadly weapons
Russian-made Rezonans-NE Radar System

International Military - The Russian-made NE Rezonans Radar is claimed to be a threat to a series of deadly weapons. As is known, what makes this radar quite attractive is its very high frequency capability.

This is not without reason, the radar is indeed designed to provide early warning against stealth jets. However, it's not just stealth jets, this includes stealth cruise missiles as well as tracking and classification.

Quoted from, the Rezonans NE is also capable of detecting and tracking ballistic missiles and hypersonic aerial vehicles. The VHF radar is also capable of providing tracking of this set of targets at long distances. This is done to designate them to a command and control center (C2) or weapons systems such as air defense systems.

The Rezonans-NE system consists of up to four containerized antenna modules spanning 90 degrees in azimuth and operating independently. Operating together, the four radar antenna modules cover 360 degrees occupying an area of ​​100x100 meters.

The Rezonans-NE radar system can detect aerial targets at a distance of between 10 and 1,100 kilometers and fly at an altitude of up to 100 kilometers while tracking up to 500 targets. A fighter-sized target can be detected at a distance of 350 kilometers.

Quoted from the Eurasian Times, the installation site for the Rozonans-NE radar was first announced in 2020. According to the latest claims, construction work has been ongoing since July 2021, as seen in the latest satellite imagery. The facility is located near Zapolyarny, a mining town about 10 kilometers from Russia's border with Norway.

The facility consists of four radar modules that cover 90 degrees and can scan the entire circular area. According to reports, the complex is without a rotating antenna and has a transmitting antenna feeder device and an elevation antenna feeder. It also includes a radar data reception and processing system.

Once completed, the radar will have sufficient operating field to monitor the skies over Rovaniemi in Finland and Evenes airport in Norway. These two places are current and future bases for the F-35.

In addition, this component is also very effective to combine with artificial intelligence components. This is based on the claims of Yuri Knutov, a Russian military expert. With artificial intelligence, it allows the station to simulate an electronic image of the target and precisely identify its type with flight parameters.

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