The modern anti-aircraft radar Zoopark-1M of Russia was reportedly destroyed by the Ukrainian army on August 19 in the Zaporizhzhia area, according to the Ukraine Defense publication.
an anti-artillery radar system called zoopark-1m was created by the almaz-antey company in russia and has been used by the russian army since 2007.
by automatically locating enemy firepower in the direction of firing or launching, the zoopark-1m anti-aircraft radar, also known as the artillery positioning station or 1l219m zoopark-1 missile, provides firing elements, artillery adjustment, and combat effectiveness evaluation for units on counter-fire missions.
A complex of anti-aircraft radar known as Zoopark-1M consists of the generator ED30-T230P-1 RPM-1, the 1L259 radar station placed on the MT-LBU tracked vehicle chassis, and the maintenance system.
The Zoopark-1M radar complex is made to be extremely interference-resistant and has the ability to instantly change operating frequency to defend the system from hostile active and passive electronic jamming techniques. When compared to conventional counterfire that does not use this kind of weapon, the Zoopark-1M radar complex aids artillery and ground-based missile units in increasing counterfire effectiveness by a factor of 2 to 2.5.
With the ability to conduct field reconnaissance with mortars of 82 to 120 mm calibre over a distance of 17 km and howitzers of 105 to 155 mm calibre over a distance of 12 km, Zoopark-1 operates entirely mechanically and can be deployed in less than 5 minutes.
The modern anti-aircraft radar Zoopark-1M of Russia was destroyed by the Ukrainian military on August 19 in the Zaporizhzhia area, according to the Ukraine Defense publication. However, the aforementioned information has not yet been verified by any independent military sources.