S-500 Air Defence System :- First Pictures.

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  1. A.V.

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    Exclusive conceptual pictures of S-500, new generation of air defence system.(AKA Triumfator-M)


    Buk-M3 - successor to the current Buk-M2 tracked mid-range army air defense system.

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    Morfei - a new short-range (5-10 km) air defense system. Note the domed AESA radar. This is describe as the "combat vehicle". It is not obvious from the picture if it just includes the radar or if it also supposed to house the missiles.

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    Vityaz - a new medium-range air defense system to raplace the current S-300PT and S-300PS legacy systems. The first image is a combat support vehicle (C3?), the second image is the multifunctional radar station. There are no images of the TEL. Vityaz supposedly has some system commonality with the Korean KM-SAM, although the extent of commonality is yet unknown.

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    First image is the low-altitude radar 96L6 (apparently common for S-300, S-400 and S-500 platforms)

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    Second image is an unknown dedicated S-500 radar (77T6).

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    S-500 TEL (77P6). Note the size of the missile. This is definitely an ABM.

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    S-500 targeting and illumination mast (40V6MT), an upgrade of a similar S-400 unit

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    Multifunctional radar 91M6A(M) for S-500, also an upgrade of a similar S-400 unit

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    Another S-500 radar (76T6)

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    AV more like drawings of S500.
     
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    its drawings from design labs not fanboy stuff , many of the initial stuff are in some-what stages of develeopment

    the final product will resemble closer to this
     
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    The new Russian anti-aircraft missile system, the S-500, continues to suffer development delays. It was recently revealed that the S-500 was a full two years behind schedule, with prototype testing not taking place until 2015, with deliveries in 2017. Much of the delay is due to the fact that this system uses a lot of new technology.The S-500 is not an upgrade of the current S-400, but a new design. With a range of 600 kilometers, this missile is designed to hit ballistic missile warheads, at altitudes as high as 40 kilometers (124,000 feet). The S-500 can also go after AWACS aircraft.
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    plans to purchase ten S-500 battalions. These units are mobile, with all equipment carried in large trucks. The missiles, for example, are carried and launched from 10x10 trucks.

    Meanwhile, it was only last year that the first S-400 battalion was deployed. Earlier this year, the second and third S-400 anti-aircraft missile battalions entered service. One battalion went to the Far East, the other to Moscow. The S-400 is also known as the S-300PMU-3, SA-21 or Triumf.
    This new version of the S-300 pays particular attention to electronic countermeasures that the Americans might have, or be developing. The missiles are also physically larger and have longer range. Three years ago, Russia announced that the first S-400 had entered service around Moscow. But that didn't actually happen, and development work continued until test firings of the missiles were successful. Each S-400 battalion has eight launchers, each with two missiles, plus a control center and radar.
    The S-400 is similar to the U.S. Patriot, and is expensive. Russia is now offering to export the S-400, despite all the advanced technology in it. The S-400 missiles weigh 1.8 tons each and are 8.4 meters (26 feet) long and about 50cm (20 inches) in diameter. The missiles have a range of some 400 kilometers, and can hit targets as high as 32 kilometers (100,000 feet). The missile has a 145.5 kg (320 pound) warhead. The target acquisition radar has a range of 700 kilometers.
    The S-400 has over five times the range of the U.S. Patriot, weighs twice as much and claims the ability to detect stealthy aircraft. The S-400 also has an anti-missile capability, which is limited to shorter range (3,500 kilometers) ballistic missiles. That would mean a warhead coming in at about 5,000 meters a second (the longer the range of a ballistic missile, the higher its re-entry speed.) S-500 can handle faster, and longer range, ballistic missiles.
    The S-400 system actually has two types of missiles, one of them being a smaller, with a shorter range (120 kilometers). These are deployed four to a launcher, like all other S-300 systems. The S-400 has no combat experience, but U.S. intelligence believes that the tests these systems have undergone indicate it is a capable air defense weapon. Just how capable won't be known until it actually gets used in combat.
    The S-400 is sometimes described as an improved version of the S-300. Basically, it is. This is how Russia prefers to develop weapons, making incremental improvements on a basic design, and doing so for decades if the system continues to be successful. The S-500 is a break from that pattern.

    ICBM Killer S-500 Falls Behind
     
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    From where do Russia get the electronics for these Anti-missiles! If I m not wrong, the sale of electronics to Russia us scrutinised, right ?
     
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    They build every thing from scratch in house, mate. You can't expect to import components for a such a sensitive and strategic technology from outside. Do you doubt Russian manufacturing and technological capabilities ?
     
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    Lol Spark check the first post of this thread and your link , i asked arty permission to post these here
     
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    Sorry Bro only 1 country holds the production of all micro-processors in the World, and I doubt the would sell it to Russia. Also difficult for a hardware to work so precisely without new generation micro-electronics
     
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    And who told you this:rofl:
    strategic microprocessors are different from Normal microprocessors and Russians have a nice capability to design chips and they have made progress for atleast 90nm processing technology which is sufficient for making electronics for any new generation chips
     

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