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Activity range
2013
HM ARZENÁL Electromechanikai Zrt.
www.hmarzenal.hu
Location
Nyírtelek
Dózsa György str. 121.
Hungary
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H-4461 Nyírtelek Pf. 10
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+36-42-210-555
+36-42-210-801
Fax: +36-42-210-802
e-mail: [email protected]
www.hmarzenal.hu
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Company profile
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Exclusive stock company
The owner of its inscribed stocks is the State of Hungary
The Ministry of Defence exercises the ownership rights
Number of employees is 162 persons
Predecessor in title:
Foundation:
 Electro-technical Repairing
Works of Hungarian People’s
Army (1964)
 April 1. 1992.
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Main fields of activity
 Overhaul-, middle stage- and as-required repairing and
technical inspection of different missiles and missile systems,
fire control systems, radars and other additional equipment
 Life cycle extension of guided and non-guided missiles
 Development and modernization of the above mentioned
devices
 Development, manufacturing and installation of security
systems
 Calibration activities, licensed calibration laboratory on
premises
 Disposal and demilitarization of military equipments according
to regulations
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Quality management systems
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Quality management systems
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Workshops
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Central measuring laboratory
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Accredited calibration activity
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Overhauling, repairing and technical inspection
The radars concerning their fields of application:
 Long range surveillance
P-37, P-18, P-14, SZT-68U
 Height-finding - PRV-16, PRV-17
 Meteorological - RVZ-1, RMSZ-1
 Approach - RSZP-7, RSZP-10
 Infantry - PSZNR-5
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Overhauling, repairing and technical inspection
The missiles and missile systems
 Air defense - Volhov (SA-2),
Nyeva (SA-3), Krug (SA-4),
Kub (SA-6), Sztrela-1 (SA-7),
Sztrela-2 (SA-9), Igla (SA-16)
 Antitank - Maljutka (AT-3),
Fagot (AT-4), Konkurszk (AT-5)
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Life-cycle extension of missiles
 Life-cycle extension of guided and non-guided missiles for the
Hungarian Home Defence Forces and other Customers since 1997
 Theoretically the inspections are based on reaction kinetics and
Arrhenius Svante-equation
 Legal control is fulfilled according to MSZ K 1023 (CT CEB B 010090) military standards
 Inspection procedure consists of two main parts. These are the onsite inspections and the destructive tests
 MoD Arzenál Co. executed the life-cycle extension on the following
missile types:
 Antitank:
9M14P1, 9M17P, 9M111, 9M113, 9M114
 Air defence:
3M8, 3M9ME, 9M31, 9M32, 9M313-1
 Airborne:
R27R1, R73E, SZ5 (K,KO, KP, M, MO)
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On-site inspections
 Number of checked samples ~10%
 Inspection of technical status, operability and statistical reliability is
performed according to the Operation Instruction
 Checking the state of storing chests and the storing order
 Visual inspection of storing chests
 Checking of records
 Sampling
 Visual inspection of the missile taken off the chest
 Inspection of the missile with the introduced checking device
 Checking the availability and status of the technical support
devices
 Monitoring the operators’ preparedness
 Recording, results- and data processing
 Reliability analysis, determination of expiration year
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Destructive tests
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Destructive tests
 Number of checked samples ~2%, but at least 3 pieces
 Safety, laboratory tests and inspections on special measuring
devices of subassemblies not controlled during operation
 Sampling
 Acceptance test, accelerated aging, dismounting
 Inspection of the warhead
 Inspection of warhead operation
 Inspection of warhead explosives
 Inspection of rocket motor propellant
 Inspection of rocket motor operation
 Inspection of ignition device
 Inspection of initiator and tracer elements
 Inspection of power sources
 Inspection of control system units
 Recording, conclusions, expertise and proposals
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Central-European Maverick Logistical Depot
Arzenál opened its facility in 2008 jointly with Raytheon Missile
Systems (USA) at HM Arzenál’s premises in Nyírtelek (Hungary)
with a capability to perform intermediate repairs on
Maverick AGM-65G and AGM-65H GCS and missiles
according to all the US laws and regulations with the supervision of
Raytheon Missile Systems.
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Maverick Mobile Test Station with optical test system
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Central-European Maverick Logistical Depot
Maverick AGM-65G and AGM-65H
Guidance and Control Sections
The Depot at ARZENAL is capable:
 To demonstrate its capability to customers with the available golden
units
 To test the test set (MMTS IV)
 To test MAVERICK G and H Guidance Control Section and full up
missiles
 To troubleshoot G and H Guidance Control SectionSection
 To locate electrical problems and troubleshoot them (exchange
panels)
 To clean the potentiometers
 To evacuate and fill GCS with nitrogen
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Central-European Maverick Logistical Depot
Maverick AGM-65G and AGM-65H GCS
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Maintenance of AGM-65G2 Guidance and Control Section Maintenance and AGM-65H
Overhaul
MMTS Pretest Setup
Station self test
GCS Packing and Unpacking
GCS Pretest setup & initial test control settings
Mounting UUT
Testing
Inspection tests
GCS fault isolation
Seekerhead alignments
Testing/Troubleshooting
Disassembly
GCS Disassembly
Inspection and rework
Inspection
Rework
Replacement
Cleaning
GCS painting and touchup
Reassembly
Purge/leak fill
Central-European Maverick Logistical Depot
Maverick AGM-65G and AGM-65H GCS
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Radar modernizations
P-37
PRV-17
MPR
P-18
SZT-68U
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The grounds of radar modernization
 The availability and reliability of the old type radars can be
significantly improved by updating the electronic systems, and they
can be made suitable for a modern, automatic data transmission.
 New requirement is the creation of interoperability, which these
equipment aren’t originally suitable to
 Old systems do not support the use of the changed combat
operational models
 Countries are looking for the most economical way, therefore the
modernization has come to the front all over the world.
 Common characteristic of radars made by either Russian or different
western companies is the robust mechanical and electromechanical
structure, which gives the opportunity and the practicality as well for
the modernization.
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Benefits of radar modernization
Increased reliability and decreased operation and maintenance costs
 Digital signal processing and data transmission
 Unified display for analogue and synthetic radar signals
Full-scale data recording
 Advanced failure localization support
Improved operator comfort
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Realized modern air space control systems by Arzenál
 The Radar Selector in 1995 (for AN/TPX-54 secondary radars)
 The Automatic Radar Extractor (ARE) and Radar Head Processor
(RHP) was developed in 1997 and 1998 in order to provide ASOC
with digital radar data
 ARE and RHP equipment digitalize, display and transmit to ASOC
the signals of the traditional analogue output radars
 The modernized P-37 radar was the first radat type with new
digital receiver, signal processor and controlling system in 1998
and 1999
 Modernization of P-18 radar in 2002 and 2003
 The modernization of the SZT-68U in 2005
 French type Medium Power Radar modernization for other NATO
countries.
 More than 30 complete modernized radars, operated by the
Hungarian Home Defence Forces
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P-18 radar modernization
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Special aspect of P-18 radar modernization
The wavelenght of P-18 radar is approximately two meters. Due to its
wavelenght, the radar is able to detect aircrafts using stealth
technology.
 The radar can be connected to modern airspace control systems
having digital input, as:
 Its target detection capability is more stable
 Standard deviation of azimuth and distance has reduced
 It has digital data output
 By using modern digital signal processing technology the radar’s
protection against jamming is improving, as well as the capability of
detceting air targets with small reflective surface.
 The operator’s work conditions are improving, as there is more
space available in the instrument cabin and the modern computerbased workstation greatly helps and simplifies the operator’s work.
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Brief description of „P-18H” radar
 The radar spare parts base is based on the latest commercial offthe-shelf items.
 Transmitter type solid state (based on pulse-compression
principle)
 Built-in test and diagnostic equipments.
 The locator tuning is unnecessary.
 The requirement for maintenance of the newly built in units is little
(the MTBF is relatively long (12.000 hours)
 The modernization improves the surveillance probability, the path
of air targets is automatically tracked. The station is able to
recieve data from other radars, the informatioon exchange
between radars is based on agreed exchange protocol.
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Technical description of P-18 radar modernization
combined with technical adaption
Description of the modernization implemented by the HM Arzenál Zrt.
on the P-18 long detection range locator:
 The radar has newly developed hardware.
 The frequency range is to be extended (150-175 MHz), the
operational frequency is to be increased from 4 to 200, allowing the
immediate automatioc frequency tunung.
 The transmitter and reciever units consist of only solid state
elements. The transmitter consists of modular systems. The modular
design allows that in case of failure, not the complete transmitter
system will be inoperable, only certain parts, which allows
continuous operation of the radar.
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Radar operation modes
 The radar provides the operation modes of the basic P-18 radar, and
the following operation modes:
 “Combat” – radar equipment are switched on, ready to provide all
combat functions.
 “Stand-by” – radar equipment are switched on, except the
transmitting device. Time to change from „Stand-by” mode to
„Combat” mode is not more than 5 sec.
 “Function test” - automatic control of the radar combat readiness.
 “Diagnostics” – automatic examination of faults with the test
programs of the radar, to identify the faulty systems, units, blocks.
 “Training” – This operation mode provides the „Combat” training of
the operators with simulating the air situation.
 “Maintenance” – in this operation mode, a „maintenance (test-repair)
program” may run on the computer equipment.
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Control and display unit
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Operator’s workstation
ARM-1 remote workstation
ARM-0 workstation
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Main technical parameters of the „P-18H” radar I.
 Frekvency range: 150-175 MHz
 Measured coordinates: azimuth, range
 Detection range, under ideal radiation conditions, with 90%
detection probability: from1000 m up to 400 km
 Scanned area, velocity, azimuth: 3/6/ minute
 Accuracy of distance measurement: 180 m; in azimuth : 0,4°
 Resolution capability:
range: 500 m 90% probability; in azimuth: 8°
 Pulse performance of the transmitter system: min. 8 kW (pulsecompression)
 Signal types and periods:
FM near zone: 21 microsec.
FM remote zone: 250 microsec.
LFM remote zone: 250 microsec.
 Noise level coefficient of the reciever unit: 2 dB
 Number of trackable paths: 250
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Main technical parameters of the „P-18H” II.
 The modernized radar is equipped with the following protection
against jamming:
- pulse-jamming
- passive jamming
- active jamming
 Pulse jamming can be completely eliminated.
 Protection against active noise jamming achived as follows:
 Automatic visualization of the noise jamming and the screening
results at the operator’s workstation.
 Automatic frequency-hopping 0,1 MHz discreet
 Wide operation range of the digital reciever system (up to 100 dB),
and additional 30dB can be achieved with using ARU (automatic
signal amplifier system).
- operation zone: 0-400 km
- noise level suppression rate: >40 dB
 Voltage provided by the power source: 380 V, 50 Hz
 Power consumption <10 kW
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Fire Control System development
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Fire Control System development
 Fire control system of 2K11 (SA-6) air defence missile system
meeting NATO’s requirements
 The system can be used on different command levels, since it
is prepared to control two subordinate systems
 At the command level where K-1P system is integrated into the
command and control system possibility of external control
 The system is constructed in such a way that it can be made
suitable for controlling other air defence systems by replacing
the fire control radars interface unit
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Elements of K-1P system
 The system’s central command post is the FDC (Fire Distribution
Cell) shelter developed from the former KBU shelter, that
receives commands from the higher command post, the
recognized air picture and the digitalized signals of the local
radars
 Analogue video signal transmission of local radars discontinues,
instead of that a newly installed interface device will be used that
processes analogue video signals, transmits plots and
digitalized video signals through computer network
 The Battery Tactical Control Officer’s workplace is in the fire
control radar, where on the computer (TCO workplace) he can
keep track of synthetic air picture formed in the FDC, receives
orders, and sends reports to the FDC
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Fire Distribution Cell
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TCO workplace in the fire control radar
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AK 63F / AMD modernization
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AK 63F / AMD modernization
Parts manufactured by HM Arzenal Zrt.:
Picatinny rail
Picatinny prism (top)
Fixed prism frame
Calibration nut
Screw
Excenter
Angular connecting shaft
Adjustable prism block
Muzzle break
Grub screw stopper
Fire shifter knob and adapter
Shoulder support adjustment rod
Tube handle (lower and upper)
Tube handle
Pipe clamp (upper)
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AK 63F / AMD modernization
PICATINNY RAIL
Purpose of modernization:
To use the original opened targeting system
To prepare the trigger of burst of fire on the left side
Easy removing and fitting even in the battlefield
The rail to meet the picatinny standard and STANAG 4694
Robust design for military use
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AK 63F / AMD modernization
Additional equipments (belonging to the picatinny rail):
Under Barrel Grenade Luncher (UBGL)
Red dot sight (1x)
Magnifying (3x) for red dot sight
Tactical lamp
Night vision
Laser light module
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SAKER radar system
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SAKER radar system
General description
 The saker radar system is a short range, portable versatile FMCW
based locator system which is appropriate to locate any target
moving on the ground or near to ground in the air, detecting the
distance, direction, and velocity of the object.
 It is capable to observe boarders, civil or military areas and
buildings.
 The equipment is fully compliant to MIL-STD-461 electromagnetic
military standard.
 The equipment is fully compliant to MIL-STD-810 military standard,
shock tested with the production to resist the environmental
conditions.
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SAKER radar system
Architecture and technology
 The surveillance system is based on FMCW theory hence it is
applicable to detect targets from large distance with relatively small
output power (1W) and consumption.
 The light weight and mechanic construction facilitate the
transportation and decrease the setup time of the unit.
 It could be used under specific environmental conditions, including
rain, fog, haze, wind or snow even between extreme values of
temperature, -25°C to +45°C and 80% humidity, due to its structure.
 All metallic parts have anti-corrosive and antirust protection, made
of aluminum and steel without reflecting light.
 The MTBF of the equipment is at least 2000 hours with the option of
24 hours a day of continuous operation.
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SAKER radar system
Modules of the system, Antenna
 Modules of the system:
 Microwave transmitter and receiver 10 GHz
 Phase controlled network of antenna (antenna array)
 FPGA controlled ADC, Phase shifter and sweeper
 High speed FFT, Signal processing
 Remote monitoring system
 Antenna:
Angle (vertical)
Azimuth accuracy (horizontal)
Range accuracy
Gain
Polarization
Dimensions (antenna + equipment)
Weight
< 6o
< 0.5 o
< 40 meter
> 28 dB
horizontal
700x680x250 mm
< 62 kg
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SAKER radar system
Moving objects separation, detecting distance
 Moving objects separation (resolution)
Range
Resolution
3 km
< 20 m
6 km
< 40 m
12 km
< 80 m
24 km
< 160 m
 Moving objects detecting distance
Target size
Range
RCS ~ 1 m2
< 8 - 12 km
RCS ~ 5m2
< 12 - 16 km
RCS> 10 m2
< 15 - 24 km
 Detecting a human is possible from typically 10 km distance, a light
vehicle is from 14 km and a large object from even 24 km.
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SAKER radar system
Power supply, Displaying and software system
 Power supply:
DC supply
Power consumption
AC supply (optional)
12 – 48 V
< 200 W
180–250 V AC, 50–60 Hz
 Displaying and software system:
The observed range could also set from 50 m to 24 km. Several
objects could be located and displayed at the same time to a
maximum of 20, marked different with colors and illustration. The
radar has a tracking option.
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SAKER radar system
Multi-sensor network
 With at least 2 to a sum of 10 locators could be merged into a
single management surface to facilitate the surveillance of a
complete borderland or a large area.
 This merged locator system is controlled from the same monitoring
software building a network with the same functions as with only
one locator.
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Contact:
Gábor Varga
CEO
Phone: +36-42-210-555
Mobil: +36-20-449-9721
Fax: +36-42-210-802
E-mail: [email protected]
Thank you for your attention!
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