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Ball End**

Country of Origin: Russia

description

Ball End** or Ryf, is a navigation radar introduced developed in the late 1940s and into service in the early 1950s. The radar is distinguished by its closed parabolic reflector antenna. Ryf can detect a large surface target at 20-22 nautical miles, and medium sized target at 14-16 nautical miles a nd a periscope at one nautical mile.

status

No longer in production or service.

characteristics

 BAND
                             E-F (2-4 GHz)

issues and notes

None.

operational notes

None.

variants alternative

Ryf

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