YLC-2 Radar

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The YLC-2 radar (domestic designation: LLQ303, formerly known as 385) is a three-dimensional main guidance and surveillance radar developed by the Nanjing Research Institute of Electronics Technology.

In the mid-2000s, an improved version labeled YLC-2A was deployed to the PLA. Equipped with a new Giga-flops digital signal processor, it is capable of Digital Moving Target Indication (DMTI) and Constant false alarm rate (CFAR) processing. An S-band variation called YLC-2U with similar capabilities was also developed for SAM guidance. Both of these advanced YLC-2 radars have been specifically designed to counter stealth fighters such as F-22, with a claimed range of up to 200km even in heavy ECM environment.

Specifications[edit]

  • L - band
  • Power Output: 5.5 KW
  • Peak Power: 85 KW
  • Detection range: >500km
  • Accuracy: range 200m
  • Azimuth: 3600
  • Height: <500 m(R: <200km); 750 m(R: 300km)
  • Resolution range: <100m
  • Elevation 0.50 - +200
  • MTI improvement factor: 44dB
  • Antenna aperture: 7m x 9m
  • Antenna sidelobe level: -35dB
  • Other features:
    • Phased array system and pencil beam scan technology
    • Wide band low sidelobe planar array antenna
    • Monopulse angle measurement
    • Frequency diversity
    • Distributed high power solid-state transmitter
    • Advanced programmable digital signal processing

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