OVERVIEW: The 9S19 Imbir (NATO name: HIGH SCREEN A) is a self-propelled, long range, high power-aperture, coherent, phased array designed for the rapid acquisition and initial tracking of IRBMs, cruise missiles and aircraft. It operates in the I/J Band.
DETAILS: The 9S19 HIGH SCREEN A is capable of tracking up to 16 simultaneous targets. ECCM features include a high power Travelling Wave Tube (TWT) source, very low sidelobes and frequency hopping techniques to provide good resistance to jamming.
Frequency: unknown GHz (I/J Band (NATO), X Band (IEEE)) Power output: unknown kW(average); MW (peak) PRF: unknown Hz Range Accuracy: 70 m (range), 0.25 degrees azimuth On/Off time: unknown Deploy/Stow Time unknown minutes/ minutes
Detection Range 1m2 RCS Max Detection Range: 139 km
NOTES: The 9S19 HIGH SCREEN is deployed at the battalion level.
Source: "9K81/9K81-1/9K81M / /SA-12/SA-23 Giant/Gladiator." Air Power Australia. Accessed March 29, 2015. http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-Giant-Gladiator.html#mozTocId126299 ; "9S19 HIGH SCREEN." GlobalSecurity.org - Reliable Security Information. Accessed March 29, 2015. http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/russia/high-screen.htm.