Kopyo-25  
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Origin: Russia
Parent System: Kopyo
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Family Members: Kopyo-21I and Kopyo-M
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Description: The Kopyo is a family of multimode, steered array antenna radar systems for combat aircraft. These radars provide detection, target identification, tracking and attack capability against airborne - including hovering helicopters - and ground/surface targets as well as weather information. In the air-to-surface mode, the Kopyo radar provide mapping, moving target indicator, target range finding and multiple ground targets tracking. The Kopyo radar family has been selected for the Yak-130/133, upgraded Mig-21-93 and Su-25/Su-39 combat aircraft.

The Kopyo-25 is a radar system designed for the Su-25 and Su-39 aircraft and optimized for the ground attack role. It generates a 6x6 meters resolution ground mapping and provides clues for flight at low-altitude. It can detect airborne targets with a five square meters radar cross section (RCS) at ranges of 70 kilometers in the forward hemisphere or at 35 kilometers in the rear hemisphere while simultaneously tracking ten targets and attacking two. In the air-to-surface mode, the radar can detect a group of armored vehicles at ranges of 25/30 kilometers and a 300 square meters RCS sea target at ranges of 75 kilometers.

Kopyo-25 Applications


Combat Aircraft Su-25 Su-39

Kopyo-25 Specifications

Engaged Aerial Targets: 2
Tracked Aerial Targets: 10
Tracked Surface Targets: 2
Dimensions
Antenna Diameter: 500 millimeter
Performance
Max Detection Range: 70 kilometer (37.8 nautical mile)
Small Air Target Detection Range: 35 kilometer
Small Ground Target Detection Range: 25 kilometer
Small Sea Target Detection Range: 75 kilometer
Weight
Weight: 90 kilogram (198 pound)
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