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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Stealthflanker on Sun Sep 20, 2015 7:55 am

    There was an interesting concept surfaced in 1970's RAND Study. called as "Stellar radar" It's basically a Bi-static radar but using stars and sun as its non-cooperative emitters.

    Nonetheless the theoritical groundwork of it (The paper also include mathematical equation for predicting performance) Showed that it might not be promising. Nonetheless it is one hell of interesting concept.
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    There was an interesting concept surfaced in 1970's RAND Study. called as "Stellar radar"

    Post  jhelb on Sun Sep 20, 2015 11:47 am

    Stealthflanker wrote:There was an interesting concept surfaced in 1970's RAND Study. called as "Stellar radar" It's basically a Bi-static radar but using stars and sun as its non-cooperative emitters.

    Nonetheless the theoritical groundwork of it (The paper also include mathematical equation for predicting performance) Showed that it might not be promising. Nonetheless it is one hell of interesting concept.

    I was thinking something like Russia using ground based EW systems to target hostile F-22, F 35 etc over Russian airspace if they are involved in a dogfight with Russian Su 30 or Su 35s.

    But then I suspect that ground based EW systems will also affect the Su 30s and Su 35s adversely.
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    EW Equipment - Jammers

    Post  max steel on Fri Sep 25, 2015 8:41 pm

    Austin wrote:Interesting pod cast from Bill Sweetman who returned from MAKS and describes some stuff on jamming system

    http://aviationweek.com/defense/podcast-russia-counters-us-advantages

    Transcript is out here http://aviationweek.com/defense/russians-showcase-new-munitions


    Nice find . Read the comments , typical American buffoonery . tongue
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  max steel on Sun Sep 27, 2015 12:18 am

    Share of top-notch radioelectronic warfare tools may reach 90% in Russian Army by 2020

    The share of top-notch radioelectronic warfare tools in the Russian Armed Forces may reach 90% by 2020, Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said on Thursday as he took the floor at the 14th conference titled 'Russian Radioelectronics: New Challenges and Prospects'.

    "In line with the priority tasks that were put forward by the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces (these duties are vested in the Russian President under the Constitution TASS), the percentage of up-to-date technologies should be no less than 70%, and in we take the tools or radioelectronic warfare, it should be definitely above 70% or, to be more precise, closer to 80% to 90%," he said.

    "We're increasing the purchases of radioelectronic warfare instruments from one year to another," Borisov said. "The current volume (of purchases) meets the requirements of the Armed Forces."

    "A number of R&D projects have been completed successfully in the framework of the state program for armaments," he said. "We have at our disposal the instruments for ground-based electronic warfare, and the equipment for air-based warfare exist, too.""Also, we have the instruments installable on ships," Borisov said. "They match world standards."
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  GJ Flanker on Sun Sep 27, 2015 11:48 am

    Putin called it, a long time ago, asymmetric countermeasures!

    Vann7 wrote:
    and to make things more harder to believe..ridiculous over the top.. they also claim ,
    their electronic warfare can be integrated in planes and shut down the air defenses of the enemies.. This is mind blowing.. imagine that?  Shocked

    they use as example the shutdown of US aegis system in the donald cook..  lol1
    Man this looks insanely too good to be true.. but will be really amazing if true.  
    Just imagine this?  If Russia counter electronics can disable Aegis ,that is US best defense
    system.. then pretty much Russia should have no problems to invade United States with
    its Airforce and be immune to  any system of defense or missile..  ALbeit Regular cannon fire
    and anti air artillery should work..

    Electromagnetic weapon of Russia




    Looks like Alien technology to me.. don't know what to think really.. my guess is BS..
    or simply a major exageration. Smile
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Viktor on Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:00 pm

    All this ECM equipment is part mostly of PVO units and has been developed and introduced in service since Vietnam war - noting new here in that respect.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:31 am

    State defense order for facilities EW "Moscow-1" and "Mercury-BM" fulfilled ahead of schedule



    In the spring it was reported that the Russian military advance got three helicopters Mi-8MTPR EW-1, equipment which allows you to protect a group of aircraft, ships and ground vehicles on the air strikes in a radius of several hundred kilometers, inhibiting multiple targets.

    Alexei Panin also said that the plant ahead of schedule this year, the state defense order for the delivery of electronic warfare (EW) "Moscow-1" and "Mercury-BM".

    "Shipment of these products by state order in 2015 we have fully completed this year. They have already been delivered to the troops, made the Armed Forces and are serving," - he said.

    Who added Panin, Kazan plant produces electronic warfare systems on state defense orders in 2016.

    The serial production of modernized systems of electronic warfare (EW) "Arm-AB" will begin within two years, said deputy director general of September 25 issuing this equipment Kazan Optical and Mechanical Plant Alexei Panin.



    According to him, the supply of the basic version of the "Arm-AB" on the helicopter Mi-8MTPR-1, scheduled for 2015, will be completed in the near future.

    "We plan the development of mass production from next 2017 or the upgraded version of the complex - said Panin. - Currently Concern "Radio-electronic technology" finishes development work on the product. "

    Deputy director of the plant said that the company "almost every year developing new products in the field of electronic warfare, without stopping the production of previous products." In particular, according to Panin, it is planned to produce new complexes of EW on the chassis of KAMAZ trucks.

    http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/68302/
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Militarov on Mon Sep 28, 2015 5:02 pm

    "Серийное производство модернизированных комплексов радиоэлектронной борьбы (РЭБ) «Рычаг-АВ» начнется в течение двух лет. В настоящее время КРЭТ завершает опытно-конструкторские работы по данному изделию. Поставки базовой версии «Рычаг-АВ» на вертолете Ми-8МТПР-1, запланированные на 2015 год, будут завершены уже в ближайшее время. Об этом сообщил ТАСС заместитель гендиректора выпускающего это оборудование Казанского оптико-механического завода Алексей Панин. «Планируем освоение серийного производства со следующего или с 2017 года модернизированного варианта этого комплекса. В настоящее время концерн «Радиоэлектронные технологии» завершает опытно-конструкторские работы по данному изделию», - заявил он."

    Source and the rest of the article: http://kret.com/ru/news/4002/



    Now ill translate it...sort of...

    "Serial production of modernised system for radioelectronical warfare Lever-AV (i suppose lever would be appropriate) will begin within 2 years period. In meantime KRET shall finish testing and construction works on it. Initial, basic version of Lever-AV on the base of Mi8MTPR-1 which was planned for 2015. shall be finished very soon. CEO of Kazan Optical and Mechanical Plant Alexei Panin said: "We are planning to start serial production of this modernised system next year or in 2017. In meantime Radioelectronic technologies company is finishing testing and consturcion works on it".

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Fri Oct 02, 2015 7:45 am



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Cyberspec on Sat Oct 17, 2015 7:30 am

    Manufacturer: Russian Defense Ministry before the end of the year will receive nine complexes EW "Moscow-1"

    "To date, we have delivered four sets of" Moscow-1 " still have to deliver five more. By the end of the year the Ministry of Defense will be delivered nine units. Of course, before the end of the year we will close the contract"

    http://tass.ru/armiya-i-opk/2348752
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  max steel on Thu Oct 22, 2015 12:45 pm

    Russia’s Winning the Electronic War

    In Ukraine and Syria, Russian forces are using high-tech equipment to jam drones and block battlefield communications -- and forcing the U.S. to scramble to catch up.


    Spy Planes, Signal Jammers, and Putin’s High-Tech War in Syria

    Russian airplanes are battering rebel targets throughout Syria, but Moscow’s use of next-generation surveillance and communications-blocking equipment is packing a growing punch.

    Is That an R-330Zh Zhitel on the Road in Crimea?

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Kimppis on Thu Oct 22, 2015 11:46 pm

    max steel wrote:Russia’s Winning the Electronic War

    In Ukraine and Syria, Russian forces are using high-tech equipment to jam drones and block battlefield communications -- and forcing the U.S. to scramble to catch up.


    Spy Planes, Signal Jammers, and Putin’s High-Tech War in Syria

    Russian airplanes are battering rebel targets throughout Syria, but Moscow’s use of next-generation surveillance and communications-blocking equipment is packing a growing punch.

    Is That an R-330Zh Zhitel on the Road in Crimea?


    Could someone copy-paste those Foreign Policy articles? Thanks.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  x_54_u43 on Sat Oct 24, 2015 7:01 pm

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  franco on Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:40 pm

    Part 1 of a 2-part article on Russian EW developments;
    http://vpk-news.ru/articles/27272
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  sepheronx on Tue Oct 27, 2015 10:04 pm

    franco wrote:Part 1 of a 2-part article on Russian EW developments;
    http://vpk-news.ru/articles/27272

    Anvar Rajabov, 19:01, 5 October 2015
    Author hang noodles on the ears. What are the frequencies of the AWACS he knows, and that 200 megahertz - a UHF band, he does not understand. I saw the aerial banners, and did not understand what a range. And the size of the antenna can determine the wavelength of the radiation. Now, remember the Popova at the time were spark transmitters, frequency band emitted enormous. In the USSR proposed to use such generators for interference-free communication. Sitting on the couch picking your nose, you can not know the parameters of the equipment. Mishandled Cossack!

    To me, this article is absolutely useless/pointless.  Not only are they speculating everything (no actual data or evidence), but they are assuming a lot and cutting the systems down quite a bit from what I can read here.  So far, we have a member here who stated how NATO is having a fun time getting info and getting jammed pretty hard.  So I call BS on this article.

    Edit: I just read through its article on electronics import substitution and how it wont work. What a load of shit. Didnt even bother even to mention about T-Platforms or their Baikal electronics subsidiary. Didn't bother to talk about the advancements actually made (mentioned a 300mhz elbrus processor but not the Elbrus 4C as an example or upcoming 8C). Then no mention of the Baikal T or upcoming M. No mention the new software available and upcoming. No mention about other plants like the one in St.Pete producing additional components only the one in Kazan, etc. I would say it was a total failure of an article.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  franco on Wed Oct 28, 2015 12:28 am

    sepheronx wrote:
    franco wrote:Part 1 of a 2-part article on Russian EW developments;
    http://vpk-news.ru/articles/27272

    Anvar Rajabov, 19:01, 5 October 2015
    Author hang noodles on the ears. What are the frequencies of the AWACS he knows, and that 200 megahertz - a UHF band, he does not understand. I saw the aerial banners, and did not understand what a range. And the size of the antenna can determine the wavelength of the radiation. Now, remember the Popova at the time were spark transmitters, frequency band emitted enormous. In the USSR proposed to use such generators for interference-free communication. Sitting on the couch picking your nose, you can not know the parameters of the equipment. Mishandled Cossack!

    To me, this article is absolutely useless/pointless.  Not only are they speculating everything (no actual data or evidence), but they are assuming a lot and cutting the systems down quite a bit from what I can read here.  So far, we have a member here who stated how NATO is having a fun time getting info and getting jammed pretty hard.  So I call BS on this article.

    Edit: I just read through its article on electronics import substitution and how it wont work.  What a load of shit.  Didnt even bother even to mention about T-Platforms or their Baikal electronics subsidiary.  Didn't bother to talk about the advancements actually made (mentioned a 300mhz elbrus processor but not the Elbrus 4C as an example or upcoming 8C).  Then no mention of the Baikal T or upcoming M.  No mention the new software available and upcoming.  No mention about other plants like the one in St.Pete producing additional components only the one in Kazan, etc.  I would say it was a total failure of an article.

    The good, bad and ugly my friend. The truth always lies somewhere in between.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  sepheronx on Wed Oct 28, 2015 12:31 am

    franco wrote:
    sepheronx wrote:
    franco wrote:Part 1 of a 2-part article on Russian EW developments;
    http://vpk-news.ru/articles/27272

    Anvar Rajabov, 19:01, 5 October 2015
    Author hang noodles on the ears. What are the frequencies of the AWACS he knows, and that 200 megahertz - a UHF band, he does not understand. I saw the aerial banners, and did not understand what a range. And the size of the antenna can determine the wavelength of the radiation. Now, remember the Popova at the time were spark transmitters, frequency band emitted enormous. In the USSR proposed to use such generators for interference-free communication. Sitting on the couch picking your nose, you can not know the parameters of the equipment. Mishandled Cossack!

    To me, this article is absolutely useless/pointless.  Not only are they speculating everything (no actual data or evidence), but they are assuming a lot and cutting the systems down quite a bit from what I can read here.  So far, we have a member here who stated how NATO is having a fun time getting info and getting jammed pretty hard.  So I call BS on this article.

    Edit: I just read through its article on electronics import substitution and how it wont work.  What a load of shit.  Didnt even bother even to mention about T-Platforms or their Baikal electronics subsidiary.  Didn't bother to talk about the advancements actually made (mentioned a 300mhz elbrus processor but not the Elbrus 4C as an example or upcoming 8C).  Then no mention of the Baikal T or upcoming M.  No mention the new software available and upcoming.  No mention about other plants like the one in St.Pete producing additional components only the one in Kazan, etc.  I would say it was a total failure of an article.

    The good, bad and ugly my friend. The truth always lies somewhere in between.

    Yes it does.  But definitely not on the claims of your link.  Specifically the fact that he doesn't bring to the table evidence but a statement.  We actually do not know the specifications, but what Airbornwolf says is true, then kinda makes this article useless.

    His article on the technology aspect of it also gives me indication that this VPK-Name website is garbage 5th column crap.  Cause it really doesn't take much effort to do some research and already disprove a lot of claims. Some of the posts are not bad. But the titles to their pages are cringe worthy, much like the Globe and Mail or the Inquirer.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Wed Oct 28, 2015 12:57 am

    franco wrote:
    The good, bad and ugly my friend. The truth always lies somewhere in between.

    Hardly the case here, just pure speculative baloney, which is unusual because vpk-news is usual a good site. As far as ECM goes, some of the claims of KRET leading a marketing campaign is pure supposition and hyperbole.

    Real world experience is by far the best measuring stick, and why is it so hard to believe Russia has significant lead/advantage in ECM? I mean Russia has been experimenting in ECM warfare/tactics for 110 years, in which successfully deployed ECM tactics back in the 1905 Russo-Japanese war, specifically in the Defense of Port Arthur:




    We can also look at NATO exercises with Slovakian S-300 PMU's, one of the most outdated and obsolete versions of the system and the relevance, context and circumstance of their performances against it using NATO standard ECM tactics.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Cyberspec on Fri Oct 30, 2015 5:57 am


    Should be interesting....EW system to jam the Missile Defence System Radars.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  max steel on Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:54 pm

    Russia has just unveiled its cutting-edge weapon a ‘visual optical jammer’ called "Grach" which emits light so powerful that it can literally blind enemies.

    This weapon is expected to be used in Russia’s ongoing military operation against ISIS militants in Syria.

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Mon Nov 02, 2015 11:05 pm

    The Russian Defense Ministry recently demonstrated the effectiveness of President-S defense complex, which defeated a volley of Igla manpad missiles:



    "President" to protect against rocket salvo
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  max steel on Tue Nov 03, 2015 1:17 am

    sort of flares only
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