The passive optical radar Sokol is mounted on the mobile reconnaissance and control station, and performs a circular automatic review of a given sector of the hemisphere, processes the information received from the television modules, recognizes and identifies the detected objects, calculates and constructs the air situation and subsequently transfers it to the central command post and subordinate combat vehicles.

Advantages:

- the ability to be integrated into Alliance automated control system;
- radar, thermal and visual stealth when detecting air targets;
- the ability to work in both automatic and "manual" modes.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Angles of sight:

- horizontal, degrees: 360
- vertical, degrees: -10 to +70
- instantaneous field of view, degrees: 7

Lifting height of telescoping mast with radar, m: 6
Gradeability, degrees: 35
Speed of movement by water, km/h: 4-5
Highway cruising range, km: 500
Crew, persons: 4
Mounted equipment, kg: Up to 4000

Detection range, STANAG 4347 (m)
Passive optical radar
SOKOL
Not less than 2000
up to 20 000
A new passive optical radar (electrooptical target reconnaissance system) installed on the mobile reconnaissance and control post of the surface-to-air missile system "TRIO" is capable to perform reconnaissance of enemy aircraft at a distance of up to 20 000m in a full security mode.

As part of SAM system "TRIO", the passive optical radar automatically surveys a given sector of the space hemisphere, processes information received from television modules, recognizes and identifies detected objects, calculates and constructs air situation and subsequently transfers it to subordinate fighting vehicles and central command post.
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