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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Isos on Thu Dec 03, 2015 10:32 pm

    https://russiandefpolicy.wordpress.com/2015/10/27/how-good-is-russian-electronic-warfare-part-i/

    An article that I just found from Oct 27, 2015. There are some images.
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    Post  Cyberspec on Sat Dec 12, 2015 9:17 pm

    Second refurbished/upgraded Il-22PP EW aircraft at Zhukovsky



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Tue Dec 15, 2015 12:26 am

    The new state contract for complexes "Moscow-1"



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Fri Dec 25, 2015 2:27 pm

    KRET in 2015 transferred to the Armed Forces 9 EW complexes "Moscow-1"


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Mindstorm on Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:19 pm

    Interview with КРЭТ deputy Chief ,Владимир Михеев.


    Some interesting points exposed one more time and also some news, in particular with reference to fotonic based radar array "revolution" and quantum based CPU ,two precise segments where, in the last years, were highly concentrated the Federation's military Science resources and that have already produced true breakthrough, with potential military and civil implications simply incomputables.

    Obviously the quick emergence of those technologies on domestic horizon ( for a certain way even unespected, particularly for what concern theirs development cycle, much more compressed than what initially expected) have reshaped some cardinal choices, also at strategical level, in relation to the technical requirement and even the concept itself of some perspective programs.........



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  victor1985 on Fri Jan 15, 2016 6:50 pm

    check out this concept....what about a radio hologram? i mean a drone or something emit the exact rcs of a entire fleet in the radio frecvency .... thus disturb enemy radar ....
    that after the enemy radar band is decodified ....

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  victor1985 on Fri Jan 15, 2016 6:51 pm

    and own ground radars could do that ...and not only rcs but also shape recognition
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Tue Jan 19, 2016 3:43 pm

    Russia's East Siberia District Receives New Electronic Warfare Systems

    Col. Alexander Gordeev said that Russian troops in the Eastern Military District (EMD) have received over 10 cutting-edge electronic warfare systems.

    KHABAROVSK(Sputnik) – Russian troops in the Eastern Military District (EMD) have received over 10 cutting-edge electronic warfare systems, EMD spokesman Col. Alexander Gordeev said Tuesday.

    "More than 10 modern tracked and [truck-mounted] systems entered service with one of the Eastern Military District units deployed in the Republic of Buryatia," Gordeev told reporters.

    Dubbed the SPR-2 "Rtut-B," the frequency jamming system is designed to protect troops and equipment; it can cover staging areas as well as individual fixed and moving objects.

    The second EW system, the R-330 "Mandat" named Borisoglebsk-2, boasts a range of improvements on its predecessor. These include an extended signals intelligence and electronic countermeasures frequency range, higher accuracy when positioning radiation sources and higher jamming capabilities.

    Over 850 military equipment units have entered service in the EMD last year as Russia continues to implement a large-scale rearmament program to modernize its military by 70 percent in five years.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160119/1033345635/russia-new-electronic-warfare.html#ixzz3xhYalBGm


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Book. on Thu Jan 21, 2016 6:12 pm

    Soldiers in Buryatia received the latest electronic warfare systems
    January 21. 2016 [01.21.2016 09:09:12]
    http://kret.com/news/10262/


    Stations "Mercury-BM" KRET production are some of the most advanced
    More than a dozen modern systems of electronic warfare (EW) from the beginning of January, it was adopted one of the compounds of the Eastern Military District, Buryatia, told RIA "Novosti" press service chief Alexander Gordeyev County.

    "More than ten modern complexes of EW wheeled and crawler entered into service one of the compounds of the Eastern Military District stationed in the Republic of Buryatia. This latest multifunctional complexes EW SPR-2M "Mercury-BM" at the MT-LBU and complexes "Borisoglebsk-2", - said Alexander Gordeyev.

    Complexes "Mercury-BM" designed and manufactured by experts KRET since 2011. To date, several dozen of these complexes are the Russian Army. Just last year, the Russian Defense Ministry KRET put under the state defense order 20 sets of station signals intelligence and protecting "Mercury-BM".

    This system is one of the most advanced to date. Purpose of a multifunctional complex "Mercury-BM" - remote blasting projectiles and missiles equipped with radio controlled fuses. In order to cause maximum damage to personnel and equipment of the missile to explode at a height of 3-5 meters. "Mercury-BM" acts on the ammunition so that they explode at a safe distance.

    This complex is able to resist not only the radio controlled fuses. If necessary, it can be used to jam the frequency at which the enemy is radio. "Mercury-BM" provides protection of personnel and equipment in the territory of 50 hectares.

    The system is mounted on a light armored tracked MT-LB chassis, allowing a fairly high mobility characteristics. Crew make two people, and the deployment of the complex is less than 10 minutes.


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Mon Feb 01, 2016 4:21 pm

    "Murmansk-BN" in Kamchatka

    In Kamchatka separate EW Center received two modern automated complex jamming enemy lines of shortwave "Murmansk-BN." In the stowed state of each of them is a mobile fleet of seven mobile units on automotive platform "KamAZ", the military truck carries the appropriate equipment. The battle unfolded state of the newest complex covers an area of ​​640,000 sq.m. "Chief caliber" "Murmansk" - a powerful antenna, allowing a high probability at specified distances or pluck a radio or disrupt and hinder it. A loss of communication in a real battle, as you know - is the loss of control with all the ensuing negative consequences.

    - "Murmansk-BN" - the arsenal of the XXI century - says the Chief of Staff, 471th of a separate center EW Captain 3rd Rank Roman Nechaev. - The basis of the latest set of advanced mathematical principles laid. By its parameters it surpasses its predecessor in almost several orders of magnitude. For example, the claimed power stations of the old park was 5 kW. The "Murmansk-BN", the figure in some modes of operation can be up to 400 kW.
    Impressive and other characteristics of the new technology, in particular, the range of its effective application. Distance of 3000 km for "Murmansk-BN" is not the limit. This means that in the capable hands of Kamchatka electronic warfare specialists from the place of the complex is able to perform tasks on their territory so far on its outskirts. And if necessary - beyond the 12-mile economic zone - from Chukotka to the islands in the Sea of ​​Japan.

    p.s. In my estimation it turns out, the Navy waits a complex consisting centers EW in Northern and Black Sea fleets, as well as the center of the Pacific Fleet EW OKVS.



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Sat Feb 13, 2016 6:31 am

    victor1985 wrote:and own ground radars could do that ...and not only rcs but also shape recognition

    Can you elaborate on this concept?

    By the way, you haven't been that active on the forum recently.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Tue Mar 08, 2016 12:33 am

    Invisible Warfare: Russia Touts Second-to-None Jamming Equipment

    Russia's most advanced electronic warfare systems, Borisoglebsk-2 and Rtut-BM, add significantly to the country's defense capabilities, according to the Russian news network Zvezda.

    The modernization of the Russian Armed Forces has included the development of electronic warfare, the Russian news network Zvezda reported, referring to the state-of-the-art Borisoglebsk-2 and Rtut-BM systems.

    The Borisoglebsk-2 is a multi-purpose electronic warfare system developed by Russia's United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation for the Russian Armed Forces. Its development started in 2004 and its evaluation testing was completed successfully in December 2010. The system was initially introduced to the Russian army in 2014.

    The Borisoglebsk-2 merges four types of jamming stations into a single system with a single control console which allows the operator to take decisions within seconds. The system is mounted on nine MT-LB armored vehicles and is designed to suppress mobile satellite communications and satellite-based navigation signals.
    The Borisoglebsk-2 electronic warfare system

    Compared to previous jamming units, the Borisoglebsk-2 has a wider range of radio surveillance and suppression, hi-speed frequency scanning, a longer operative range and more precise radio wave emission source spatial localization.

    United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation spokesman Mikhail Artyomov touted the Borisoglebsk-2 as the best electronic warfare system in the world.

    "The system's combat characteristics are not just on a par with the best foreign analogues, they considerably surpass them in terms of a number of parameters. At present, our system is able to jam all modern radio communications," he said.

    The Rtut-BM is another advanced Russian electronic warfare system, which is designed to protect troops and military hardware from artillery rockets and shells equipped with proximity fuses which are programmed to cause them to detonate when they are 3-5 meters from the ground.

    The Rtut-BM affects the proximity of radio-controlled explosive devices, prompting them to explode at higher altitudes in order to keep troops and equipment safe. Also, the system can neutralize radio frequencies employed by the enemy's communications.

    The Rtut-BM is deployed on an MT-LB armored vehicle fitted with a television antenna which provides coverage for an area of about 50 hectares (500,000 square meters) or a semi-sphere with a 400 meter radius. This system requires a crew of two men and it can be ready for jamming within 10 minutes.

    Over the past three years, domestic manufacturers have supplied 22 such systems to the Russian Armed Forces, and 21 more are due to be delivered before the end of this year. As far as the Borisoglebsk-2 is concerned, more than ten such units were supplied to the Russian army between 2014 and 2015.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160307/1035897115/russia-electronic-warfare-systems.html#ixzz42GN7EN26


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Fri Mar 18, 2016 3:33 pm

    The armed forces in 2016 will receive the latest systems "Krasuha-4"


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Sat Apr 16, 2016 7:28 pm

    Russian army received new «Murmansk-BN» Electronic Warfare complex

    The new «Murmansk-BN» modern electronic warfare complex (EW) received by the Russian armed forces in April 2016, according to the press service of the Russian Defense Ministry.

    The new «Murmansk-BN» system, created by KRET specialists, is a formidable weapon for defending any of the enemy’s air targets. The complex is radio reconnaissance, interception of enemy signals and their suppression. It works around the shortwave bands.

    The «Murmansk-BN» is capable of disorganizing command & control of potential enemy. He works at a distance of more than 5 000 km.



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sat Apr 16, 2016 8:47 pm

    George1 wrote:

    The «Murmansk-BN»  is capable of disorganizing command & control of potential enemy. He works at a distance of more than 5 000 km.


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  max steel on Sat Apr 16, 2016 8:56 pm

    Russian electronic warfare equipment surpasses Western analogues

    According to the Russian Electronic Warfare Forces commander, a special electronic warfare testing site is to be created in Russia by 2018
    Russian electronic warfare equipment surpasses Western analogues by a number of characteristics, including range, Russian Electronic Warfare Forces commander Maj. Gen. Yury Lastochkin said Friday.

    Lastochkin said that in general, the main tendencies of development of domestic electronic warfare (EW) equipment and similar equipment by leading foreign states coincide, which predetermines the closeness of their technical and tactical characteristics.

    "Nevertheless, among key advantages of domestic electronic warfare equipment compared to foreign analogues can be named its greater range, which is achieved thanks to the use of more powerful transmitters and more efficient antenna systems," he said.

    According to the commander, the share of state-of-the-art equipment in electronic warfare troops totals 46%.

    Lastochkin told journalists that in line with the plans to equip electronic warfare (EW) units in accordance with the state defense order, some 300 main specimens of hardware and more than 1,000 small-size items of equipment have been supplied to the troops.

    "The activities made it possible to re-equip 45% of electronic warfare military units with modern systems, such as Murmansk-BN, Krasukha, Borisoglebsk-2 etc.," he said.

    "In this way, by the start of 2016, the overall share of modern specimens of equipment totaled 46%," Lastochkin said.

    The official also pointed out that electronic warfare troops would be involved in various maneuvers of the Russian Armed Forces to complicate the situation during the drills.

    Lastochkin told journalists that over 200 special tactical drills and command post exercises are scheduled for 2016 with electronic warfare (EW) formations and military units as part of combat training events.

    He said a special electronic warfare testing site is to be created in Russia by 2018.
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    Post  Militarov on Sat Apr 16, 2016 8:57 pm

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:
    George1 wrote:

    The «Murmansk-BN»  is capable of disorganizing command & control of potential enemy. He works at a distance of more than 5 000 km.


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Flanky on Wed Apr 20, 2016 7:29 pm

    Russia assymetric response at its best....
    NATO Commanders know that if their C2 equipment is rendered useless the war would end sooner than it would start....
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    Post  max steel on Tue Apr 26, 2016 12:32 am

    Killer airwaves: Russia starts trial of electromagnetic warfare system

    Russia’s electronic warfare equipment producer launched tests of a tactical electromagnetic combat complex fully integrated with latest air-defense systems. It guarantees complete neutralization of all enemy electronics.

    Factory testing is underway for components of the new system, capable of protecting troops and civilian facilities from air and space attacks, a representative of Russia’s leading producer of electronic warfare systems, Radio-Electronic Technologies Concern (KRET), told TASS. The tests are expected to be completed by the end of 2016.

    Integrated with air defense systems and networks, the new complex “maintains automated real-time intelligence data exchange with the airspace defense task force” to facilitate centralized target distribution, the source said.

    Solutions realized in the new complex ensure secure suppression of any existing and perspective airborne electronic equipment, making it impossible for the aircrafts and satellites to proceed with their missions.

    It uses brand-new algorithms of electronic jamming with expanded combat capabilities and modernized command module design. The complex consists of multiple jamming modules exercising long-range impact on enemy command system with a powerful and complex digital signal.

    “We’ve created multichannel information transmission system ensuring simultaneous electronic jamming of various systems,” KRET’s representative said.

    Jamming modules serve as elements of a hierarchically-organized multilevel system, which “optimally distributes its energy, band and intellectual resource,” KRET’s press service cited the deputy general director, Igor Nasenkov.

    Besides that, all modules are equipped with means of electronic self-defense, because they “they come as top-priority target for enemy’s primary attack,” Nasenkov said.

    In November 2015, Nasenkov said that a new upcoming ground-based electronic defense system integrated with air defense system is going to be incorporating antisatellite capabilities.

    The new jammer would render enemy precision weapons useless by suppressing guidance systems, including those relying on satellite signals.



    “The system is meant to jam enemy aviation, carrier-launched, tactical and strategic, and jam the signals of foreign military satellites,” Yury Maevsky, deputy head of KRET, told TASS also last November.

    Maevsky said elements and modules of the upcoming electronic warfare system are going to be deployed at will on various land-based, airborne and naval carriers.
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    Post  max steel on Wed Apr 27, 2016 1:12 am

    How Russia's Edge in Electronic Warfare Could 'Ground' the U.S. Air Force unshaven

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Wed May 04, 2016 5:03 am

    In Russia began testing electronic missile "umbrella"

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    Post  Mindstorm on Fri Aug 26, 2016 1:38 pm

    EW system "Поле-21", designed to warp and suppress UAV ,cruise missile and PGM satellite uplink for guidance and control, in its version conceived for the protection of large area  military and civil infrastructures, enter in full scale adoption.  



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    In its export version each system (that can be mounted even on simple cellular poles ,each placed at dozen of Km of distance from other) cover a quadrant of 150 k of side.


    http://www.ntc-reb.ru/pole.html


    It go without saying that the possibility of sequentiation of the suppressing signal from each emitter so widely spaced render the system practically immune to any know anti radiation missile ,that would get anyhow already a very hard time to even track a suitable signal to follow.

    Those kind of systems that can be easily integrated with other masking sytems ,such as the already named ТДА-3, recently tested just for strategic coverage of entire military infrastructures and ground forces in march ,could literally thwart  a large scale air attack single-handedly ,even in absence of any other element of the IADS; from this awareness and for effect of mirror-thinking born the high investment in domestic systems independent from satelittes guidance for navigation and/or weapon guidance ,such as the СВП-24 successfully employed in the operation in Syria.
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    Post  jhelb on Wed Sep 07, 2016 9:09 pm

    Mindstorm wrote:EW system "Поле-21", designed to warp and suppress UAV ,cruise missile and PGM satellite uplink for guidance and control, in its version conceived for the protection of large area  military and civil infrastructures, enter in full scale adoption.  

    Mindstorm,what's the future of EW warfare? In other words what are the technologies that we will see 10-20 years from now?

    In an interview with a Belarusian newspaper, Igor Nasenkov, Deputy CEO of KRET said that Russia is developing new systems based on entirely new principles. He did not elaborate though.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  RTN on Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:47 pm

    Mindstorm wrote:

    It go without saying that the possibility of sequentiation of the suppressing signal from each emitter so widely spaced render the system practically immune to any know anti radiation missile ,that would get anyhow already a very hard time to even track a suitable signal to follow.

    Those kind of systems that can be easily integrated with other masking sytems ,such as the already named ТДА-3, recently tested just for strategic coverage of entire military infrastructures and ground forces in march ,could literally thwart  a large scale air attack single-handedly ,even in absence of any other element of the IADS; from this awareness and for effect of mirror-thinking born the high investment in domestic systems independent from satelittes guidance for navigation and/or weapon guidance ,such as the СВП-24 successfully employed in the operation in Syria.

    Why do you conclude that the system is immune to anti-radiation missile?

    Fair enough you can integrate the system with other "masking systems" but anti-radiation missiles can still home in on the target. Also, I get it that RF homing for guidance are vulnerable to emission control (EMCON) countertactics. However, that being said anti-radiation missiles like HARM can discriminate between a single target from a number of emitters in the environment.

    I realise that the ambiguities in the radar frequency spectrum can once in a while make accurate platform targeting and missile guidance difficult.That said, the Command Launch Computer perform target identification, prioritization & generates targetting commands for the HARM.

    Moreover, RF homing integrated with an active millimeter wave terminal seeker provides a counter-shutdown capability

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Mindstorm on Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:15 pm


    RTN wrote:Fair enough you can integrate the system with other "masking systems"

    In mine assertion is not taken onto account the effect of any kind of "masking element" and, even more, any kind of additional aiding system.


    RTN wrote:......but anti-radiation missiles can still home in on the target.


    What target ?

    That system is not a single search or guidance radar that would "shut down" when targeted by an anti-radiation missile.

    With the system in question the original electromagnetic source that such an anti-radiation missile would attempt to detect, insulate and follow (with all the enormous hurdles posed by today state of art digital systems) would likely be "down" even before the same missile would ignite its engine, all of that while another source from a completely different angle would go "active".

    An attack against the system will need a totally different approach : first phase will be a slow and very risky (for the closer range required) SIGINT operation aimed at triangulate the exact position of Поле-21's radiating elements, successive phase will be offensive element selection; the weapon of choices will.be likely missile (instead of gliding or corrected bombs, much more dependent from satellite uplink for flight guidance and correction) with very advanced INS and TERCOM guidance, heavy warheads and delivered from relatively short range so to get a chance to put one of the elements of Поле-21 within the lethal area of the warhead.


    jhelb wrote:what's the future of EW warfare?

    Well foreseable future will likely not see anymore an EW warfare at all, at least in the today meaning of the word Wink

    It will be almost completely supplanted by FW warfare within the next three decades (two day ago first phase, of the five planned, of the domestic RORFAR breakthrough has been completed successfully: a capital achievement).

    Moreover the field will likely absorb also direct energy systems . Here great hopes and prospects retain, in mine opinion, also in reason of some recent highly sinergistic achievements, HPM-generated long live plasmoids.

    In general and still leaving outside the most "revolutionary" side of the sector, is possible to say that the new developments of this field will literally shape even the design layout of future weapon systems and theirs central requirements.


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