C4iSR: Maritime

IMDS 2017: Zaslon ready to install new multifunctional radar on future Russian surface combatants

03 July 2017

Russian electronic warfare specialist JSC Zaslon said the company is ready to install a new generation of multipurpose radars on future Russian surface combatants.

Speaking to Jane’s at the International Maritime Defence Show (IMDS) in St Petersburg, industry sources confirmed that the Zaslon Multi-Purpose Navy Radar System (MF RLK ZASLON) has completed its development phase, and is “now ready to be deployed as the flagship radar of next generation ships in the Russian Navy”.

Having been developed for the Steregushchiy II (Project 20385)-class corvette, the system can perform search/detection tasks for airborne but also low-altitude and surface threats, operating either in active mode at X-, S-band frequencies, or in passive mode at L-, S-, C-, X-, Ku-frequencies.

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