OVERVIEW: The P-10 radar (NATO name: KNIFE REST B) is an mobile, 2-D early warning radar operating in the "A" Band.
DETAILS: The P-10 is a mobile, truck-mounted mobile version of the P-8 radar. The P-10 was able to alter its carrier frequency to improve resistance to both passive clutter and active jamming. Weapons systems frequently associated with the P-10 include the S-75 Dvina/SA-2 GUIDELINE.
Frequency: Power output: 100 kW PRF: 100 Hz, 50 pps Range Resolution: 2.5 km On/Off time: unknown
Detection Ranges Fighter size aircraft 500 m altitude: unknown 5000m alt.: 200-250 km
NOTES: IOC 1953.
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