Osa  
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Origin: Russia
Corporations: NIIP
Parent System: Osa
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Description: The Osa is an X-band multi-function radar system designed to provide air-to-air and air-to-surface operation modes. The Osa radar system provides guidance for active and semi-active air-to-air missiles and air-to-surface guided munitions. In the air-to-air mode, it can detect an airborne target featuring a five square meters radar cross section (RCS) at a maximum range of 85 kilometers. Simultaneously, it can track eight targets and engage four of them. In the air-to-surface mode, the radar system provides target range finding, ground mapping, moving target indication (MTI) and can track two targets.

The Osa and Kopyo radar systems can be integrated on the Yak-130 light attack/advanced trainer aircraft.

Osa Applications


Combat Aircraft Yak-130

Osa Specifications

Engaged Aerial Targets: 4
Tracked Aerial Targets: 8
Tracked Surface Targets: 2
Performance
Max Detection Range: 85 kilometer (46 nautical mile)
Power
Power Consumption: 3,600 watt (0.00 MW)
Weight
Weight: 120 kilogram (265 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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