Russia has completed state tests of the Russian missile attack warning system (SPRN). This was stated by the general designer of the SPRN, the general director of the interstate joint-stock corporation “Vympel” Sergei Boev.
“At the end of December 2020, we have already successfully completed state tests of the early warning system as a whole and the command post in particular,” he said on the air of the Zvezda TV channel.
The general designer also told what the main task of the developers was.
“The most important thing that we had to (and today we have solved this task) – on new technologies, with high-performance computing facilities to ensure the processing of this information and transmission to the highest command posts of the military-political leadership of the country. This task has been solved today,” Boev stressed.
According to the TV channel, with the advent of the Voronezh lightly assembled modular radar stations, the servicemen managed to ensure full control of the missile attack warning system and cover all potentially dangerous areas for Russia.
In the future, work will be aimed at creating a continuous dual-band radar field, specified in the material.
In February 2020, Boev compared the Russian and American early warning systems.
According to him, the Russian warning system is characterized primarily by the global nature of control, while the US early warning system has a small margin of warning time.