Russia is developing a missile-strike early warning system, which integrates Tundra satellites and a network of Voronezh ground-based radars.
Russia’s main objective is to build up the radar capabilities of the missile early warning system so that it can handle any future threats.
A new series of Russian radars has recently been put on combat alert, however, their design allows for further development and smooth enhancements.
The Russian missile early warning system consists of space components, integrating the Tundra satellites and the Voronezh long-range early warning radar, which covers all missile threats through a continuous radar field.
The system is designed to detect ballistic missiles in the shortest possible time.