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X-TAR 25

Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics

Figure 1: The X-TAR 25 AP radar

frequency: X-band
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instrumented range: 28 km
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antenna rotation: 40/60 rpm

X-TAR 25

X-TAR 25 (X-Band Tactical and Acquisition Radar) series is a family of search, acquisition and target designation radars optimised for very low to medium altitude target detection. It supports man-portable air defence systems, small and medium calibre anti-aircraft guns and tactical posts.

An X-TAR 25 AP (Alert Post) variant is mounted on high-speed, agile vehicles and is optimised for short-range battlefield applications. It can automatically detect and track up to 20 targets (automatic initialisation). The total weight is approximately 500 kg.