OVERVIEW: The P-40 (1S12) (NATO name: LONG TRACK) is an mobile, 2-D tactical early warning radar operating in the "E" Band.
DETAILS: The P-40 LONG TRACK is a mobile early warning radar designed to equip tactical air defense units. Weapon systems associated with the P-40 include the SA-4 GANEF, SA-6 GAINFUL and SA-8 GEKO. It is usually supported by a THIN SKIN B height finding radar.
Frequency: 2.2-2.3 GHz (E-Band) Power output: up to 2 MW (peak) PRF: 400 / 800 pps Range Resolution: 92 m/ 1 degree azmuth Runup time: Set up time:
Detection Ranges (2 m2 RCS 14 m/50 m tower height) 500 m altitude: 70 km 6000m: 150 km 12000m: 180 km
NOTES: IOC 1963. The P-40 is mounted on tracked transporter.
SOURCES: Jane's Radar and Electronic Warfare Systems, "Long Track surveillance radar", 02 July 2001; Radar Basics. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.radartutorial.eu/19.kartei/karte912.en.html ; http://pvo.guns.ru/rtv/p40.htm ; "Search and Acquisition Radars (S-Band, X-band)." Air Power Australia. Accessed March 9, 2015. http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-Acquisition-GCI.html#mozTocId293095.