Iran unveils “Hormuz” tactical radar and “Shams” simulator
TEHRAN – Hormuz’s medium-range tactical radar and Shams simulator were unveiled on Saturday in the presence of Brigadier General Alireza Sabahifard, commander of the Army’s Air Defense Force, and other United Nations military officials for self-sufficiency.
The objective of the Hormuz project is to design and build a mid-range radar so that in addition to extracting speed information from the target, can extract the distance from the target with great precision and send high information. quality at the air defense missile fire control center.
Increased combat power, high durability and minimum time required for maintenance, high accuracy in measuring target direction and height and improving target distinctness, improving the Antenna coverage angle and target detection speed relative to other radars are part of the capabilities of the Hormuz radar.
The objective behind the implementation of Project Shams is to design and build an Army Air Defense Force long-range strategic systems simulator against ballistic missiles and a wide range of other targets.
The Shams system, in terms of appearance and function, is designed according to the threats of the long-range system class, and through it modern and up-to-date combat scenarios can be designed and implemented.
Another application of this product is the planning of rapid and decisive operations based on superior technologies and advanced equipment in the selection of various targets according to the threat.