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Nizhny Novgorod Research Institute of Radio Engineering (NNIIRT) is an enterprise in Russia that develops and produces radar equipment. In recent years, unique specimens of defense equipment have been developed at JSC “Federal Research and Production Center“ NNIIRT ”: mobile multirange radar complex and dual-band three-coordinate radar on standby, highly mobile meter radar, airborne radio control of airspace control, highly mobile radar designed to detect attacking elements of high-precision weapons, radar complex for detecting hardly visible low-flying (“Stealth”) objects on the principles of “translucent” radar, a number of meters compact radar.

Today JSC “Federal Research and Production Center“ NNIIRT ”is increasing production volumes, creating new types of popular and competitive radar equipment, expanding sales markets for manufactured products. An important direction of development is a broad modernization of radar technology, improving the efficiency of technological processes, the introduction of modern electronic component base. The demand for products, a good research and production base, an effective management system, high professionalism and well-coordinated work of the whole team are the basic principles of the enterprise’s work to strengthen the country's defense capability.

For more than 70 years, the institute has successfully performed work in the field of development, creation and serial production of complex radar equipment in the interests of the PTB video conferencing system and air defense defense of the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation. According to the design documentation of the Institute, about 50 types and modifications of radar stations (radar) and complexes have been developed ; their output amounts to 18,000 sets, about 3000 radars have been supplied to more than 50 countries of the world. Five developments of the institute were awarded the Lenin and State Prizes.

In the USSR, a three-year plan for the development of radar was adopted fo 1946-1948. At plant No. 197 named after V. I. Lenin, a special design bureau for designing aircraft radio equipment and electrical equipment was created in 1947. Vasily Alekseevich Avdentov was appointed acting head of the special design bureau. A special laboratory is being organized at the plant under the direction of E. V. Bukhvalova. From 1947-1950 work was conducted on the development of airfield coherent VHF radio stations Orlan, Prunes, Melon, Uryuk, a driving air station Grusha and its modifications Albatross, Vitrage, Privod, Reserve, aircraft communication radio station Baikal". In 1948 the first post-war P-3A radar in the USSR was developed (chief designer - E. V. Bukhvalov), and Evgeny Aleksandrovich Merkin was appointed the head of the special design bureau.

In 1950 the P-8 radar was developed (the main designer is E.V. Bukhvalov). The radar indicator is used for the first time in the radar. In 1951 the P-10 radar was developed (chief designer E.V. Bukhvalov). For the creation of a connected radio station "Prunes" (chief designer P. N. Gurov) the development team was awarded the Stalin (state) prize. In 1952 the development team for the creation of the P-8 radar (chief designer E. V. Bukhvalov) was awarded the Stalin (state) prize. In 1955 the P-12 radar was developed (chief designer E.V. Bukhvalov). Lev Ivanovich Pankratov was appointed head of the special design bureau in 1956, but in 1957 Georgiy Kuzmich Kiselyov was appointed the head of the special design bureau. In 1959 the first high-potential radar P-14 was developed (chief designer V.I. Ovsyanikov).

For the successes achieved in the anniversary socialist competition in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of V.I. Lenin, the collective of the GTZ named after V.I. Lenin awarded an honorary diploma in 1970. The P-18 radar was developed (by N. N. Antonova, designer). In 1971 Scientific and Technical Society of Radio Engineering and Telecommunications named after A. Popov awards the design bureau of the Gorky plant named after Lenin with an honorary diploma "For the best results achieved in the All-Union public review of the implementation of plans for new equipment in 1970". In 1973 the first radar was developed with a system for the correlation autocompensation of active noise interference ST-67 5?84? (chief designer L. A. Rozhansky). The staff of the design office of the Gorky Television Factory was awarded a diploma in 1974 "For the high performance achieved in the all-Union public review of the use of production reserves and economy mode".

In 1975 a three-coordinate radar with a frequency oscillation of the 5?69 beam was developed (main designer Yu.N. Sokolov). The Prioksky District Committee of the CPSU, the Executive Committee of the District Council of Workers' Deputies and the District Committee of the Young Communist League awards the staff of the Design Bureau of the GTZ to them. Lenin certificate of honor for the 1st place in the district socialist competition of the first group of research organizations and design bureau in the 1st quarter of 1975. For the high labor achievements in the ninth five-year plan, the collective of the Lenin Design Bureau named after Lenin was awarded an honorary badge. The jubilee honorary diploma of the USSR Ministry of Radio Industry was awarded to the Lenin State Concert Museum design bureau, the winner in socialist competitions in honor of the 30th anniversary of the victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War.

In 1977 the honorary diploma is awarded to the service of the Lenin Design Bureau of GTZ named for 1 place in the competition for the title "The best enterprise for the implementation of scientific organization of labor." In 1978 the enterprise developed radar 44ZH6 (the main designer L. A. Rozhansky). In 1979 the Prioksky District Party Committee of the City of Gorky was awarded a certificate by the collective of the design bureau of the Lenin Television Factory for high indicators on improving product quality and active participation in the district public quality review in 1978. The USSR State Prize was awarded to the development team for creating the 5N69 radar (ch. Designer Yu.N. Sokolov). For the scientific contribution to the development of domestic radar leading experts of the Design Bureau A. A. Zachepitsky and I. G. Krylov were awarded the USSR State Prize.

In 1980 the honorary diploma is awarded to the service of the OOI of the design office of GTZ named after Lenin, which took the 1st place in the competition for the title "The Best Enterprise for Implementing the Activities of the Scientific Organization of Labor in 1980".

In 1981 Given the high scientific potential of the enterprise, the Ministry of Radio Industry of the USSR transformed the Design Bureau of the GTZ. V.I. Lenin into the Gorky Radio Engineering Research Institute. Vladimir Alekseyevich Proskurin was appointed Director of the FSUE “GNIIRT”.

In 1982 the first three-coordinate radar of the meter range of the 55Zh6 wave band was developed (chief designer A. A. Zachepitsky). The badge of honor is awarded to the winning team in the sectoral socialist competition to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the formation of the USSR. In 1984 The honorary diploma of the collegium of the Ministry of Radio Industry of the USSR and the presidium of the Central Committee of the trade union of workers of the radio electronic industry and the passing Red Banner were awarded to the staff of the GNIIRT for the 1st place following the All-Union socialist competition for the first half of 1984.

In 1985 for the first time, a radar with digital signal processing 1L13 (ch. Designer I. G. Krylov) was developed. The Institute designed RTK E-801 for the Ka-31 helicopter (Ch. Designer V. A. Antonov). The Prioksky District Committee of the CPSU, the Executive Committee of the District Council of People’s Deputies and the District Committee of the Komsomol Alliance awarded the State Scientific-Research Institute of Radio and Television staff for high performance in the district socialist competition in the 2nd quarter of 1985. In 1987 the development team was awarded the USSR State Prize for the creation of 55Zh6 radar (chief designer A. A. Zachepitsky). In 1989 a unified repair module 57P6 (main designer Yu. V. Ladilov) has been developed.

In 1994 Valery Vasilievich Moskalenko was nominated by a team from the Research Institute and appointed by the Ministry of Defense Industry to the position of Director of the FSUE “NIIRT”. In 1997 for success in the development of production, development of advanced technologies, increasing the volume of competitive products and the implementation of socio-economic development plans, as well as in connection with the 50th anniversary of the formation of the FSUE "NIIRT" was awarded the Honorary Standard of the Governor.

In 2006 Anatoly Alexandrovich Tanygin was appointed director of the FSUE “NNIIRT”. In 2009 products with the brand of Federal Research and Production Center “NNIIRT” were awarded the honorary diploma “For the development of new information technologies in the field of radar” of the 5th International Exhibition of Arms and Military Equipment “MILEX-2009”.

In 2011 Grigory Alekseevich Egorochkin was appointed General Director of the Federal Research and Production Center “NNIIRT”. September 30, 2017 marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of JSC “FNPC“ NNIIRT ”.



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