U.S. certification for Polish WZU upgraded 9A33BM OSA-P SA-8 air defense missile system 0209143

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Tuesday, August 2, 2014 08:33 PM
 
U.S. certification for Polish WZU upgraded 9A33BM OSA-P SA-8 air defense missile system.
The United States department of Defense aims certification of interoperability with NATO MARK XII identification system for the upgraded anti-aircraft missile combat system 9A33BM OSA-P (SA-8) integrated with IFF (SIC-12) system manufactured by WZU (Wojskowe Zaklady Uzbrojenia S.A).
     
The United States department of Defense aims certification of interoperability with NATO MARK XII identification system for the upgraded anti-aircraft missile combat system 9A33BM OSA-P (SA-8) integrated with IFF (SIC-12) system manufactured by WZU (Wojskowe Zaklady Uzbrojenia S.A).
Upgraded SA-8 9A33BM OSA-P at MSPO 2014 International Defense Industry Equipment in Kielce, Poland.
     

Certification No CL 06214050RC confirmed the accomplishment of the implementation of the latest cryptographic technologies intended for the combat operations and presently in use within NATO on post-soviet missile systems, as well as joint operations of the Wojskowe Zaklady Uzbrojenia S.A. upgraded anti-aircraft missile system OSA-P within defense system of the alliance.

The scope of the developed and implemented modernization translates into a completely new tactical and technical features that correspond to the latest generation of missile technology. Radical improvement of combat characteristics was achieved by removing the operational inconveniences, eliminating some elements that were difficult to access or unreliable, as well by improving technical and operational parameters of PRWB OSA.

PRWB modernization proposed by WZU S.A. involves the application of: target identification system running a Mark XII standard Mode 4 with the possibility of upgrading to the Mark XIIa standard Mode 5 and Mode S, passive optoelectronic target detection and tracking devices that allow radio-electronic masking by reducing radiolocation radiation to minimum (an optoelectronic head was used, developed by WZU S.A., composed of day-night video camera, 3rd generation infrared camera and precision laser range finder operating in the eye safe band), a new digital radar signal analysis system with improved radio-electronic noise immunity (digital modules of large-scale systems integration developed by WZU S.A. were used), circular observation digital indicator and guidance digital indicator displaying all the information gathered from primary radar, secondary radar and imaging the scenery in the visible thermal band (computer-controlled indicators developed by WZU S.A. were used), modern blocks and modules that are the most unreliable or the most significant for the operation of the systems (digital modules of large-scale systems integration or semiconductor systems developed by WZU S.A. were used) and a GPS-assisted inertial land navigation system allowing precise determination of PRWB position WZU S.A. is currently working on adapting PRWB to launch new generation of smart missiles.

 

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