So there are two methods - how to shoot down habu with dvina;
-as piston demonstrated "duck hunt type"
-range tracking by hand using table "height > evelation > range"
The problems with Dvina/Habu scenarios are (here, from HPASP himself):
Here are my thoughts about Dvina vs Habu...To be able to consistently kill the Habu, the Dvina miss two things...
... jamming burntrough due to the small radar cross section of the Habu, and enough missile overload capability.
For the second, note that the 11DMVK missile could pull a bit more g's than the 11DKU...11DKU is comparable to the V-755, while the 11DMVK to the 5Ya23.
... but it is also slower a bit.
The RCS of the Habu is lower than the F-105, so if all the jammers are working, no burnthrough.
The radio proxy fuse of the missile would need the following miss distance:
30% chance of hit; 140m
50% chance of hit; 130m
80% chance of hit; 115m
100% chance of hit; 60m
30% chance of hit; 220m
50% chance of hit; 205m
80% chance of hit; 180m
100% chance of hit; 95m
Note the bold text!
Waht I want to say is that the MAIN problem is the limited G capabilities of the missile. That means that T/T method (which is against jamming target) is not working, because when missile approaches near the SR-71, the missile cannot compensate it's huge speed, and passes behind/below. Because we cannot use RS, the K method is needed to gave us a bit lead, to compensate missile luck of maneuvre... The hand tracking is too jerky here, but in the real engagement I am sure it was done in that way (RS).
In reality, the common "Dvina" wasn't able to provide "a kill" over SR-71 on altitudes more than 18 km, due to his weak transmitter i.e. too late acquiring and tracking the target:
Maybe SA-75M/MK has some "special cards" in her sleeve...