NIIR


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NIIRNational Institute of Industrial Research (India)
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Melissen, Jan: Summit Diplomacy Coming of Age, NIIR Clingendael, The Hague, 2003.
NIIR FSUE is the leading system-level research institute of the Ministry for Telecommunications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation.
RTComm is becoming one of the leading providers of satellite communications within Russia, and NIIR is a prominent design house with high technical expertise.
NIIR FSUE is the leading system-level research institute of the Ministry for Telecommunications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, involved in creating radio communications systems, satellite and terrestrial TV and radio broadcasting systems and in developing radio technologies.
The MiG-29 radar was to be developed by NIIR, while NIIP would tackle the Su-27 system.
NIIR designed and built the N019 Rubin (NATO: Slot Back) radar for the MiG-29, while NIIP developed the N001 Mech radar for the Su-27 (also called Slot Back by NATO).
NIIR also developed the N019MP radar, which is an improved version of the N019M Topaz, with a more powerful "Bagiet" processor, for the MiG-29SM/SMT.
The aircraft received the Phazotron NIIR N010MP Zhuk-MP radar, with the new Baget processor in place of original C.
It is to be a NIIR N012 Kopyo-DL with a passively scanned phased-array antenna with a range of about 50-70 km.
NIIR also developed the N019MP radar, which is improved version of the N019M Topaz, with a more powerful "Bagiet" processor, for the MiG-29SM/SMT.
In the '90s, NIIR prepared developed a version of the Zhuk radar called the N010M Zhuk-M.
Originally developed by NIIR Moscow (Scientific Research Institute for Radio Engineering, Moscow)--now part of the Phazotron-NIIR Scientific & Production Company--the Zhuk family of multi-purpose radars have air-to-ground modes that include real beam ground mapping, DBS and synthetic-aperture.