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Technical Proposal Establishment Of Up-To-Date Air Defense System

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TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
ESTABLISHMENT OF UP-TO-DATE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM


Central AF and AD Command Post is designated for implementation of the following main tasks:

  • collection and processing of radar data from radio engineering units and subunits, subordinate command posts of fighter aviation, surface-to-air missile forces and air defense forces, as well as from an air traffic control system (ATCS);
  • data exchange with interacting command posts;
  • comparison of radar data coming from different sources;
  • decision making as to flying vehicle nationality;
  • guidance tasking for fighter aviation;
  • target distribution and designation for surface-to-air missile forces and air defense units.

Data Interface

Data interface of Central AF and AD Command Post with radar stations of USSR, USA, France, China and other countries origin is provided at Customer's request.

AAMD System Control Capabilities:

  • AAMD systems of USSR origin - S-200, S-75 Volga, С-125 Pechora, 2К12 Kvadrat, 9К33 Osa;
  • AAMD systems manufactured by other countries - at Customer's request.

Composition of a standard Central AF and AD Command Post:

  • automated work station of AF and AD Commander;
  • automated work station of AF and AD Chief of Stuff;
  • automated work station of Chief of Radio Engineering Forces;
  • automated work station of Chief of Fighter Aviation;
  • automated work station of Chief of Surface-to-Air Missile Forces;
  • automated work station of AD Facilities Guidance Officer;
  • automated work station of Radio AD Facilities Engineering Officer;
  • automated work station of Test Flight Aviation Control Officer;
  • automated work station of Combat Control Officer;
  • automated work station of Main Navigator of Fighter Aviation;
  • automated work station of Surface-to-Air Missile Officer;
  • automated work station of Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Centers Interacting Officer;
  • automated work station of Chief Engineer of Central AF and AD Command Post;
  • work Station for recorded information playback/display.

Every automated work station is equipped with individual means for information display and entry.

Moreover, Central AF and AD Command Post is equipped with a general display screen - a projector enabling all combat crew to monitor simultaneously a current situation on a big screen.

All automated work stations are interconnected into a local computer network via a common processing server based on a high-performance industrial computer with open architecture which allows upgrading its capabilities when required.

Telecommunications

Communication with Radio Engineering Forces, Fighter Aviation, Surface-to-Air Missile Forces, AD Facilities Command Posts and Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Centers through wire and radio channels is provided by a special communication server based on a high-performance industrial computer with open architecture which allows upgrading its capabilities when required.

This server ensures telecode exchange of technical information (air situation data, control commands, feedback messages, etc.) between required number of users (Radio Engineering Forces, Fighter Aviation, Surface-to-Air Missile Forces, AD Facilities Command Posts and Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Centers) through various type protocols (e.g., ASTERIX), including those designated by the Customer.

Instant command voice communication with required number of users (Radio Engineering Forces, Fighter Aviation, Surface-to-Air Missile Forces, AD Facilities Command Posts and Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Centers) is provided by a digital communication system interfaceable with any channel-forming devices (radio sets, wire and satellite communication channels, etc.).

Means of Combat Operation Objective Control

Objective control of operations of all crew members is implemented by a system of objective control which in the real-time mode records all data circulating in the computer network, technical data exchange networks and command communication networks. This allows mistake analyzing, as well as using real combat operation data for subsequent training of Central Command Post crews.