Active-passive homing head 9B-1103M-200PS is designed for installation on air-to-air missiles designed to hit aircraft, helicopters (including hovercrafts), cruise and anti-location missiles.
Passive mode allows you to point the missile at sources of interference and emitting radar enemy aircraft. The maximum range to capture targets APRG 9B-1103M-200 PS (having an effective reflective surface, equal to 3 square meters. m) is about 200 km.
Potential carriers of 9B-1103M-200PS are medium-range aircraft missiles of the RVV-SD type and long-range aircraft of the RVV-AE-PD type.
The developer is Agat Moscow Research Institute.
GSN 9B-1103M-200PS was demonstrated at the MAKS-2011 and MAKS-2013 aerospace exhibitions, as well as at the international forums "Technologies in Mechanical Engineering 2010" and "Technologies in Mechanical Engineering 2014".
The 9B-1103M-200PC antenna is a combined antenna (see photo).
The composition of the CNS:
- managed coordinator with antenna
- transmitting channel
- receiving channel
- programmable on-board computer system
ARGS 9B-1103M-200PS provides:
- searching, capturing and escorting air targets;
- receiving and decoding radiocorrection signals;
- formation and transmission of signals over a digital communication line for missile control ;
Modes of operation:
- Fully autonomous (active) mode by pre-targeting without radar support in flight (the "let-forget" mode);
- inertial guidance mode with radiocorrection;
- reprogramming mode.
|Target acquisition range with (EEP=3 m2), km:
- inertial passive mode
- active mode
|Speed range of targets||0,1 – 5М|
- minimum flight height, m
-effective reflective surface, m2
50 – 1200
|Ready time, s:
- not pre-turned on
- upon initial activation
5 – 8
|Operation range of the active channel||Ku|
|Passive channel operating range||Kp|
-length (without fairing)