Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: SLC-2
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|peak power:||45 kW|
|instrumented range:||50 km|
|accuracy:||0.35% or 35 m|
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The SLC-2 radar is an S-Band counter-battery radar designed to locate hostile artillery, rocket and ground-to-ground missile launchers immediately after firing, and to support friendly artillery by guiding counter-battery fire. It is a fully solid-state, highly digitized radar that adopts a planar active electronically scanned array. In addition it is equipped with optical infrared system and sound measuring systems that enable to discover enemy’s stealth attack.
- Active phased array antenna with electronically scanning both in azimuth and elevation;
- Sophisticated computer-controlled digital signal processing;
- Comprehensive online or offine BITE;
- Automatic/manual height correction with digital/video map;
- Various effective ECCM;
- Track while Scan.
Two SLC-2 radars are delivered to Bangladesh in 2012.