OVERVIEW: The P-30 is a semi-mobile early warning ground control and interception radar operating in the E and F band.
DETAILS: The antenna system of the P-30 is composed of two open frame truncated parabolic antenna accomplishing both transmission and reception. Both antennas are fed by a stacked beam composed of six feed horns. The radar uses two antennas to determine target altitude by the V-beam system with azimuth scanned mechanically.
NOTES: The P-30 is a semi-mobile radar consisting of a trailer mounting the control cabin and transmitter equipment and two trucks carrying the power supply equipment and antenna trailers. The P-30 was developed in 1955.
SOURCES: Wikipedia. "P-30 radar." Accessed December 1, 2013. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P-30_radar