Description of the radar set, tactical-technical characteristics
Figure 1: JLP-40
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|instrumented range:||150 NM (≙ 270 km)|
|accuracy:||500 m; 0.5°|
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JLP-40 is operating in the S-Band tactical air defence radar designed for use with height-finder radar(s) for Ground Controlled Interception (GCI) or similar applications. It is similar in design to the Russian P-37 Bar Lock radar from which it has been derived, and features the same arrangement of antennas attached to front and rear sides of a rotating cabin that houses the transmitters and receivers.