Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: ELM-2311 C-MMR
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ELM-2311 C-MMR (Compact Multi-Mission Radar) is operating in the C-Band highly mobile and transportable All-in-One Radar on a single vehicle for maneuvering forces. It is designed for use at the battalion level. The main components of the C-band Doppler radar are an active phased-array antenna, cooling unit, power unit, and operator consoles including communication equipment.
C-MMR is designed for Air Defense (AD) and Artillery Weapon Location (WLR) missions. In the AD mode, the radar detects and classifies all types of airborne targets and generates a real-time Air Situation Picture (ASP). The WLR mode provides detection of incoming mortars, cannon shells, rockets, and missiles. The radar locates hostile weapon locations and calculates impact and launching points in real-time and provides friendly fire ranging simultaneously. The radar can also support fire control of Counter-RAM (Rockets, Artillery, and Mortars) weapon systems.