Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: “Odd Group” antenna trailer
|pulse repetition time (PRT):|
|pulse repetition frequency (PRF):||182 … 1460 pps|
|pulsewidth (τ):||1.1 and 9 µs|
|peak power:||> 2.5 MW|
|average power:||> 41 kW|
|instrumented range:||600 km|
|range resolution:||1000 m|
|hits per scan:|
PRV-17 „Lineyka” (Russian designation: 1RL141; Cyrillic: ПРВ-17 «Линейка» — 1РЛ141; NATO-designator: “Odd Group”) was an air-defense search radar (height-finder) in the States of the former Warsaw Pact.
The transmitter of the PRV–17 obtains it’s power by a Stabilotron (Type: MIS-2).
The pictures show a former site in Medina (Hungary) with the typical construction of the building with the hill for the trailer with the mounted antennas. Now there is a tower with a NATO radar, probably an AN/FPS-117. Not all compensation antennas were mounted at this PRV–17 shown here, however.
Picture gallery of PRV-17
Figure 2: former “Odd Group” site
in Medina (Ungaria)
(46°28'18.9" N 18°37'11.3.0" W)
Figure 3: PRV-17 in military historical
museum of Ukraine
(49°15'02.5" N 28°30'03.7" W)