Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: TRS 3415
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|instrumented range:||120 km|
|range resolution:||3 m|
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|antenna rotation:||11 min-1|
The TRS 3415 is an operating in X-Band autonomous or remote-controlled coastal surveillance radar.
The antenna is installed on a support or on top of a mast to increase radar horizon range. The radar can be fitted with three sizes of antenna using circular polarisation. The electronic cabinets are installed inside a shelter located at the foot of the antenna mast. The Transmitter uses a Traveling Wave Tube with pulse-to-pulse frequency agility, very high pulse compression ratio, and very short pulse (Compressed pulse: 20 ns) for clutter rejection. In the digital receiver chain is characterized by an advanced plotextractor, automatic initialisation and tracking of surface targets.
TRS 3415 has been replaced by the Score radar.