Mobility of radars on the today’s battlefield

Stanislaw Czeszejko


Abstract—In this article the author makes an attempt
to characterize the main factor – mobility – which is to be taken into consideration while designing the ground radar component (passive and active radars) of the Air Defense systems in order to enable them to operate on the contemporary battlefield. He presents the latest theoretical views on the relationship between the usage of anti-radiation missiles and the mobility of the passive and active radars as the key ability to protect them against such weapons. In particular the author emphasizes that the anti-radiation missiles present nowadays the biggest threat for the effective Air Defense systems, which are today characterized by
a high complexity degree. He also stresses the need to combine
the radars, both passive and active, into one system allowing for the streamlining of their work parameters and thus ensuring their complex usage. The gaining of those capabilities shall guarantee that the parameters of the air surveillance radar area can be defined effectively.

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