Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: JY-14 Antenna Array
|frequency:||1,850 … 2,150 MHz ( D/E-Band)
2,300 … 2,500 MHz ( E-Band)
2,700 … 3,400 MHz ( E/F-Band)
|pulse repetition time (PRT):|
|pulse repetition frequency (PRF):|
|instrumented range:||390 NM (≙ 600 km)|
|range resolution:||300 m|
|accuracy:||±90 m,β= ±0.2°, altit.: ±400 m|
|beamwidth:||β= 0.9°, ε= 20°|
|hits per scan:|
|antenna rotation:||6 rpm|
|MTBCF:||> 4 150 h|
|MTTR:||< 0,5 h|
The JY-14 is a D to F-band medium- to long-range tactical 3D surveillance radar whose primary function is air defence, and is expected to be deployed in regional air defence networks.
The nearly round parabolic antenna has 8 hornfeeds, six in E/F-Band and two in D-Band, the latter two giving good height cover where the lowest may also be used for an IFF facility. Automatic tracking and reporting of up to 100 targets is provided.
The complete system consists of three units; antenna assembly, transmitter shelter and operations/control shelter. The JY-14 system has been in production since 1998.