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Ukraine developed 3D-radar that spots objects up to 500 km in air
16:38, 29 November 2017
Ukraine developed 3D-radar that spots objects up to 500 km in air

It can simultaneously monitor up to 500 goals at the height up to 40 kilometers

16:38, 29 November 2017

Presidential Administration press office

‘Ukroboronprom’ developed 3D-radar 80K6T and prepares it for the trials. It can spot the objects up to 500 kilometers in the air. Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine reported this at Facebook.

The radar can renew the date every 5 seconds and follow the goals with split-hair accuracy.

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‘The capabilities of 80K6T allow us to use it with all air defense missile systems that Armed Forces of Ukraine possess and it can be used as the information link between the detachments of the Ukrainian Air Forces’, Poroshenko wrote.

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It is noted that the time of the deployment of the complex is 15 minutes. The radar can simultaneously monitor up to 500 goals at the height up to 40 kilometers.

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