ZHeN>> да ? 8км дальность, 5500м высота ? не сильно больше ?drsvyat> Зенитно-ракетный комплекс Roland-2 | Ракетная техникаdrsvyat> Дальность 500-6300 м.drsvyat> Высота 15-5500 м.drsvyat> FIM-92B в производстве с 1981 drsvyat> Дальность до 5000 м.drsvyat> Высота до 3800 м.drsvyat> У "роланда" высота выше на 40% - это не разы. При этом на 2003 г. были другие ПЗРК с досягаемостью по высоте выше чем у FIM-92B
Roland 3 – An upgraded missile which entered production in 1988
with speed increased from 550 m/s to 620 m/s and range increased from 6.3 to 8.5 km with maximum effective altitude increased to 6,000 m
. Warhead size is also increased to 9.1 kg with 84 hollow-charges. Response time for the first target is quoted as 6–8 seconds with 2–6 seconds for subsequent targets. The Roland 3 missile can be used by all Roland systems.
Roland RM5 (Roland Mach 5) – This was a joint project between the then Matra and Aerospatiale of France and MBB of Germany begun in 1987
for a missile with increased speed and range. RM5 was designed to achieve speeds of 1,600 m/s (Mach 5.0) with the range increased to 10 km
. The RM5 warhead had an 11 kg warhead with dual detonation modes, able to produce either large, high energy fragments for use against armoured targets, or larger numbers of smaller fragments for use against small targets. The companies had committed to only the preliminary design phase and when Germany and France opted not to fund full scale development in 1991 development of RM-5 ceased.
VT1 – In September 1991
Euromissile and the then Thomson CSF (now Thales) agreed to integrate the VT1 missile of the Crotale NG system into the Roland 3 system with retrofitting of French and German Roland fire units from 1996. Thales subsequently revoked the Euromissile license, but was ordered to pay Euromissile $109n in a subsequent court case.
HFK/KV - HFK/KV was a BGT proposed alternative to VT1
. It was a hypersonic missile with a speed of over Mach 5, intended to reach maximum range of 12 km
in only 60% of the time taken by VT1. Guidance was to be inertial with terminal infra-red homing.