Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: BYSTRA
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|instrumented range:||80 km|
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|antenna rotation:||30 rpm|
BYSTRAis a short-range 3D radar operating in C-Band and is used to protect tactical battle groups against airborne threats. The radar can also be used as mortar locating radar. It uses an active phased array antenna.
Back-to-back to the primary radar antenna is the LVA antenna of the secondary radar for identification.