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List of NATO reporting names for equipment

This is a list of NATO names for fire control radars and ELINT systems. For additional reporting names, see NATO reporting names.

  • Fan Song – fire control radar of the SA-2 system
  • Low Blow – fire control radar of the SA-3 system
  • Flat Face – target acquisition radar of the SA-3 system
  • Flat Jack - rotodome-mounted airborne search radar of the Tupolev Tu-126 Moss
  • Flat Twin
  • Squat Eye – alternate target acquisition radar of the SA-3 system
  • Side Net – height finder radar of the SA-3 system
  • Pat Hand – fire control radar of the SA-4 system
  • Square Pair – fire control radar of the SA-5 system
  • Straight Flush – fire control radar of the SA-6 system
  • Land Roll – fire control radar of the SA-8 system
  • Flap Lid – fire control radar of the SA-10A/B system
  • Fire Dome – fire control radar of the SA-11 system
  • Grill Pan – fire control radar of the SA-12 system
  • Scrum Half – fire control radar of the SA-15 system
  • Tomb Stone – fire control radar of the SA-20A/B system
  • Grave Stone – fire control radar of the SA-21 system
  • Soft BallRamona ELINT system
  • Trash CanTamara ELINT system
  • Steel Yard – The Duga over-the-horizon radar
  • Spin Scan – The RP-21 Sapfir (sapphire) radar set featured in the MiG-21
  • Foxfire – The TL-25 Smerch-A (also referred to as Product 720) radar featured in the MiG-25
  • Slot Back – The N-019 pulse-Doppler target acquisition radar used on the MiG-29
  • Skip Spin – The Oryol ('eagle') radar set featured perhaps most memorably on the Yak-28, but also on the Su-11, and Su-15.
  • Punch Bowl – Korvet-5 satellite data link used on Soviet surface ships and submarines.
  • Front Dome – MR-90 Orekh, fire control radar of SA-N-7 system[1]
  • Half Plate – MR-755 Fregat, target designation radar of SA-N-7 system[1]
  • Top Plate – MR-710 Fregat, a target designation radar[1][Note 1]
  • Top Plate-B – MR-760 Fregat, an air search radar[3]
  • Kite Screech – MR-184, fire control radar of the AK-100 naval gun system[1]
  • Bass Tilt – MR-123, fire control radar of the AK-630 close-in weapon system[1]
  • Cross Dome – MR-352 Pozitiv, a target designation radar[4]
  • Palm Frond – MR-212/201, a surface search radar[2]
  • Strut Curve – MR-302, a surface and air-search radar[5]
  • Drum Tilt – MR-104 Rys, a gun fire-control radar[5]
  • Hawk Screech – MR-105 Turel, a gun fire-control radar[5]
  • Pop Group – fire-control radar of SA-N-4 system[6]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ MR-760 Fregat has also been referred to as Top Plate.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Annati, Massimo (November 2004). "The Asian DDG Race". Military Technology. Vol. 28 no. 11. Bonne: Mönch Publishing Group. pp. 31–39. ISSN 0722-3226.
  2. ^ a b Baker, A. D., III (September 2003). "Combat fleets". Proceedings. Annapolis: United States Naval Institute. 129 (9): 108–109. ISSN 0041-798X.
  3. ^ Baker, A. D., III (July 2003). "Combat fleets". Proceedings. Annapolis: United States Naval Institute. 129 (7): 106. ISSN 0041-798X.
  4. ^ Baker, A. D., III (December 1997). "Combat fleets". Proceedings. Annapolis: United States Naval Institute. 123 (12): 93. ISSN 0041-798X.
  5. ^ a b c Baker, A. D., III (February 2001). "Combat fleets". Proceedings. Annapolis: United States Naval Institute. 127 (2): 91. ISSN 0041-798X.
  6. ^ Svejgaard, Michael (October 2013). "First person singular". Journal of Electronic Defense. Gainesville: Association of Old Crows. 26 (10): 40–41, 74. ISSN 0192-429X.