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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  MarshallJukov on Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:42 am

    NickM wrote:With the emergence of Multi-Domain Adaptable Processing System(MAPS) frankly the opponents EW systems makes no difference to US and UK military.

    With the emergence of MAPS US 5th and 4th gen aircrafts can (finally cheers ) communicate with each other. And Legion pod is basicaly networked sensor station with FLIR (which F-22 does not have btw clown ), like you know your wifi printer if you have one. Nothing there about magical resilence to EW at all. study
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Mon Feb 23, 2015 11:08 am

    MarshallJukov wrote:
    NickM wrote:With the emergence of Multi-Domain Adaptable Processing System(MAPS) frankly the opponents EW systems makes no difference to US and UK military.

    With the emergence of MAPS US 5th and 4th gen aircrafts can (finally cheers ) communicate with each other. And Legion pod is basicaly networked sensor station with FLIR (which F-22 does not have btw clown ), like you know your wifi printer if you have one. Nothing there about magical resilence to EW at all. study

    This poor guy, NickM, doesn't know how embarrassing his post is.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  medo on Fri Feb 27, 2015 3:56 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfHmuJukywA#t=358

    Interesting video about products from KRET.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Cyberspec on Sat Feb 28, 2015 12:41 am

    medo wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfHmuJukywA#t=358

    Interesting video about products from KRET.

    Interesting video.

    ....

    There's some more info from RIA Novosti on KRET deliveries to the MOD

    KRET Rostec in full and on time fulfill the state defense order in 2014. For the Ministry of Defense of Russia were delivered the latest tools and systems for electronic warfare (EW) in the amount of 17.1 billion rubles, the state recognition for the amount of 7.2 billion rubles, on-board electronic equipment (avionics) to 35 billion, instrumentation 1.1 billion, "- said Nasenkov.

    Among developed KRET systems that were set Ministry of Defense - helicopter-EW "Lever-AB", aviation systems of individual protection of the family "Vitebsk", small-sized mobile radar "Harmony", a multifunctional complex "Khibiny" complexes EW "Krasuha."

    "Over the past three years, the Defense Ministry enterprises Group delivered nine new types of complex radar surveillance, protection and suppression, last year KRET completed more than 180 R & D within the SDO," - said Nasenkov.

    РИА Новости http://ria.ru/defense_safety/20150203/1045642876.html
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 04, 2015 3:46 pm

    Russian Military Unveils Revolutionary Electronic Warfare System

    Russia's new Richag-AV radar and sonar jamming system can be mounted on helicopters, ships and other military equipment to jam potential adversaries' weapons systems from distances of several hundred kilometers away; it has been hailed by developers as having no analogue anywhere in the world.

    At a presentation for journalists in Kazan on Wednesday, Russian radio-electronics firm Radio-Electronic Technologies Concern (KRET) announced that it is handing over the first batch of a new helicopter-mounted electronic warfare system known as the 'Richag-AV' to the armed forces.

    The Richag-AV system, mounted on the Mi-8MTPR1 (a variant of the Mi-8MTB5-1 helicopter) is said to have no global equivalent. Its electronic countermeasures system is designed to jam radar, sonar and other detection systems in the aims of defending aircraft, helicopters, drones, ground and naval forces against air-to-air and surface-to-air defense systems within a radius of several hundred kilometers. It can be mounted on units from any branch of the armed forces, including helicopters and airplanes, as well as ground and ship-based forces.

    The Mi8-MTPR1-based Richag-AV platform, using multi-beam antenna arrays with DRFM technology, is designed to actively jam and thus 'blind' radar systems in order to defend against radio-electronic guided weapons systems. In a combat situation, the system would operate as part of an aviation shock attack group aimed at breaking through virtually any defense system, blinding everything up to and including the US MIM-104 'Patriot' anti-aircraft missile system.

    Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Primary function: Collect terrestrial, space en- vironment and Earth surface data. Dimensions: Approximately 14 ft. long. Weight: 2,545 lbs., includ- ing 592-pound sensor payload.

    Rossiyskaya Gazeta explained that in addition to working as a signal jamming system, Richag-AV is capable of carrying out radar-based intelligence gathering, which involves the finding of foreign sources of electromagnetic radiation. With an onboard database on different types of military installations, the system is capable of quickly determining the type of target, thus allowing it to jam it effectively.

    Reporters in Kazan were informed that the Russian armed forces received three Mi-8MTPR-1 helicopters equipped with the Richag-Av on Wednesday, and will receive a total of 18 such systems by October 2016, at a total cost of 11.5 billion rubles ($186 million).

    The system's predecessor, the 'Smalta' jamming system, was developed back in the 1970s, and featured a 100 km radius; in its own time the system was considered among the most effective in the world. Alongside the Richag-AV, the Russian military is presently being equipped with other electronic warfare systems, including the L-175B Hibini air and 1L269 Krasuha-2 and 1L267 Moskva-1 ground-based electronic warfare systems.

    KRET is Russia's largest radio-electronic industrial holding; it was created in 2009. The company is involved in the development and production of radio-electronic equipment in the civil and military aviation sphere, as well as air-based radar systems, electronic warfare systems, and a variety of precision instrumentation.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/military/20150304/1019042643.html#ixzz3TQbqinhh
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  TheArmenian on Thu Mar 05, 2015 8:50 am

    And here is the RICHAG-AB and the VITEBSK:

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    Passive AD - Russian equipment

    Post  Walther von Oldenburg on Sun Mar 08, 2015 1:20 pm

    I know a bit about classical AD systems but almost nothing about passive AD and I know Russia has a lot of these. I know that during Kosovo war Serbs used old radars from MIG-21s to fool US missiles & bombs with some good results.

    What does Russia produce? I know they have some good camouflage kits that significantly reduce target's IR visibility.

    edit - just put as much info as you can get, I want to know every system that Russia produces.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  2SPOOKY4U on Tue Mar 10, 2015 11:57 pm

    Here is an article on East German camouflage experts that used to make decoys for Soviet usage, and still used today to make .

    http://www.dw.de/east-german-army-unit-finds-skills-still-in-demand-after-reunification/a-5796289




    If you type in "russian-made decoys" into Google then you will find good pictures that will give an idea on Soviet/Russian camouflage tactics..

    Here is an article on how Russia managed to conceal and Airbase among nearly all spectrum of reconnaissance.
    http://vpk.name/news/96717_voennyii_aerodrom_sdelali_nevidimyim.html
    http://vpk-news.ru/news/2250


    Here is an article on preventing airborne reconnaissance:
    http://vpk.name/news/126834_myi_mozhem_lishit_aviaciyu_protivnika_vozmozhnosti_vedeniya_razvedki.html




    You will truly realize how effective these can be, even the most powerful air forces in the world could not stand up to an enemy that has significant skills and technology to conceal it's ground movements.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  GarryB on Thu Mar 12, 2015 12:29 am

    For Lothar.... here is a list of recon and EW sets and sytems from this book:

    Encyclopedia "Russia’s Arms and Technologies. The XXI Century Encyclopedia"
    Volume 13 — "Control, Communication and Radio Electronic Warfare Systems".

    RECONNAISSANCE AND RADIO ELECTRONIC WARFARE SETS AND SYSTEMS

    The development state and prospects for radio electronic warfare systems and complexes

    Ground-based means of radio electronic warfare

    R-330K automated control station

    R-330K-01 automated control station

    R-330KMB mobile automated control station

    R-378A anti SW communications automated jamming station

    R-378B anti SW communications automated jamming station

    R-330B anti VHF communications automated jamming station

    R-330T anti VHF communications automated jamming station

    R-325U anti SW communications automated jamming station

    RP-330A-RM1 spot electronic countermeasures set receiver

    R-934B computer-aided electronic countermeasures set

    AKUP-1 ground-based electronic countermeasures control system

    Mobile automated electronic countermeasures system

    SPN-2 high-power ground-based jamming station

    SPN-3 high-power ground-based jamming station

    SPN-4 high-power ground-based jamming station

    SPN-30 upgraded jamming station

    Modernized type SPN-40 active jamming station

    TOSP-248 trainer for operators of SPN-2 and SPN-4 jammers

    Pelena-1 high-power ground-based jamming system

    Ground-based system for jamming the radars of hostile surveillance and strike systems

    Ground-based low-power jamming transmitter system

    Topol-E ground-based electronic countermeasures set

    Gazetchik-E system of radar protection against antiradar missiles

    SPR-2 system for jamming radio fuzes for artillery munitions

    RP-377 UVM1, RP-377 UVM2 and RP-377 UVM3 small-size portable and transportable jammers

    Atlant small-size high-speed wide-range radio monitoring and jamming equipment

    152-mm 3RB30-1-8 SW and USW jamming artillery kits

    122-mm SW and USW jamming artillery kits

    122-mm 9M519 SW and USW electronic countermeasures unguided rocket-assisted projectile

    Purga portable rocket system

    ATO-40 reconditioned maintenance equipment vehicles

    Konsol mobile maintenance and repair station

    Ship (sea)-based means of radio electronic warfare

    Ship-borne electronic warfare systems

    TK-25E electronic countermeasures system

    MP-401S, MS ship-borne integrated electronic situation presenting and jamming system

    MP-405 ship-borne electronic situation presenting and jamming system

    MP-407 ship-borne electronic suppressor system

    PK-2 ship-borne decoy dispensing system

    PK-10 120-mm ship-borne decoy dispenser system

    PK-16 82-mm ship-borne decoy dispenser system

    140-mm spin-stabilized jamming missiles for PK-2 ship-borne system

    120-mm rounds for PK-10 ship-borne system

    82-mm spin-stabilized jamming missiles for PK-16 ship-borne system

    Podzagolovok-23 basic system of the integrated safeguard of the ship-borne radio-technical facilities against cross-jamming

    Submarine self-defense special-purpose system

    MG-74ME self-propelled multifunction device of sonar countermeasures

    Berilliy-E self-propelled multi-purpose automatically controlled device of sonar countermeasures

    Tunets self-propelled device hidro acoustic suppression of homing torpedoes

    Sprut drifting device of hydro acoustic suppression of homing torpedoes

    Zmei towed device of hydro acoustic suppression of homing torpedoes

    Air means of radio electronic warfare

    Mi-17PG ECM helicopter

    Stroi-PM pilotless airborne jamming complex

    Moshkara VHF remote jamming complex

    Moshkarets remote jamming complex

    L175V ECM complex

    Kedr small-size digital ECM complex

    Kolchuga on-board helicopter protection complex

    Omul ECM system for protection of frontline aircraft

    Gardenia 1FUE jamming station for individual-mutual protection of frontline aircraft

    L005-S active jamming station

    MSP-418K small-size jamming station

    Container-type active jamming stations

    Zashchita-IK optical-electronic suppression station

    ADROS-KT-01AVYe optical-electronic suppression station

    Prospective expendable airborne individual protection means for aircraft

    Bliznets active ejected decoy

    Blesk active towed decoy

    Blesna active towed decoy

    Active towed radar decoy

    UV-26 dispenser

    UV-3A dispenser

    Family of L-150 radar illumination warning stations

    Automated hardware-software complex

    Anti-ballistic missile system countermeasures techniques

    Anti-ballistic missile system countermeasures techniques

    Antimissile defense countermeasures systems

    Warheads concealment means

    Balloon decoys

    Chaffs

    Dummy targets

    Active jamming stations

    Decoys

    Radio, electronic intelligence and monitoring assets

    1L222 Avtobaza ground-based electronic intelligence system

    85V6-A Vega electronic intelligence system

    Orion automatic mobile electronic intelligence station

    85V6-V 3-D electronic intelligence system

    Okhota electronic environment monitoring automated station

    MKTK-1 combined-arms purpose information protection effectiveness radio- and electronic and special control mobile automated complex

    HF frequency range radio emission control complex

    VHF frequency range radio emission control complex

    Automobile direction-finding equipment using a phase interferometry method in VHF range

    Kolchuga electronic intelligence station

    Strekoza unmanned aircraft intelligence complex

    Anti-radiation missile controller (ARM-controller)

    The page to look at the other contents of the book is here:

    http://arsenalrus.com/contents.php?id=7

    with the main information and lots of other books here:

    http://arsenalrus.com/


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    Russian ECM, EW equipment 2

    Post  Viktor on Sun Mar 15, 2015 10:39 am

    Moscow-1 ECM command post delivered to Russian Army thumbsup

    In the Russian army received the first complexes jamming "Moscow-1"
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:34 pm

    KRET to deliver the latest EW suites to Russian armed forces
    Russian Aviaton » Tuesday March 17, 2015 15:39 MSK

    Radioelectronic Technologies Concern (KRET) has completed preparation of three Mi-8-MTPR1 helicopters (it is a Mi-8MTV-5-1 helicopter with the unique Rychag-AV jammer station installed) for delivery to Russian armed forces. This system protects aircraft, helicopters, UAVs, ground vehicles, and ships from air attacks and enemy air defense systems within a radius of several hundred kilometers, KRET’s press-service reports.

    “In 2014 KRET successfully fulfilled the state defense order under long-term contracts with Russian Ministry of Defense, - KRET CEO Nikolai Kolesov said. This year the concern continues timely deliveries of cutting-edge products in key areas”.

    The Rychag-AV jammer station can completely “blind” the enemy within a radius of several hundred kilometers. Moreover, the Rychag system has a database of different military equipment, which allows it to define the type of target and choose the most efficient type of interference. The new Rychag-AV stations are based on multi-beam antenna arrays. The station uses DRFM (Digital Radio Frequency Memory) technology, which ensures stable signal reception and radar jamming throughout the station’s range, KRET explained.

    The system’s components are produced in Russia and it is a unique one (has no analogues). The station offers a great versatility, as it can be installed on helicopters and aircraft as well as static facilities or moving vehicles, including ships. A predecessor of this new helicopter system, the Smalt jammer station designed for protection of groups of aircraft, was developed in the 1970s. The station was located in a UAZ trailer and had a range of only 100 km.

    The latest helicopter Mi-8MTPR-1 is designed for reconnaissance and suppression of radio-electronic systems designed for controlling enemy troops as well as enemy weapons (air defense systems, artillery, anti-aircraft and anti-aircraft artillery systems, and fighters), KRET added.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:22 am

    Russian Army to Receive 20 New EWF Systems

    About 20 types of advanced electronic warfare (EWF) equipment will be supplied to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation as part of the state defence order in 2015. It is expected to complete developing and start purchasing at least 10 products in the near future. This information was presented by the press service of the Russian Defence Ministry.

    The new EWF systems will comprise jamming, radar and navigation equipment, facilities for protection from high-precision weapons, and control devices. The most important facilities include Krasukha-2O, Murmansk-BN, Borisoglebsk-2, Krasukha-S4 and Svet-KU. In addition, the manufacturer has successfully completed state tests of the Lorandit-M radio control and jamming complex that meets all modern requirements for mobility and reliability.

    It should be noted that EWF systems are one of the most knowledge-intensive types of military equipment incorporating innovative solutions and technologies.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Cyberspec on Sun Mar 22, 2015 7:59 am

    'Murmansk-BN' Long Range Jammer  - 5000 km range



    From what I gather, it was first tested during the Zapad 2013 exercise and has started entering service in late 2014.


    Within the framework of a sudden inspection readiness of Russian Armed Forces units of electronic warfare (EW) of the Northern Fleet (NF), the first to use the newest complex "Murmansk-BN", said the head of the center of electronic warfare NF captain second rank Dmitry Popov.

    " Murmansk-BN "is capable of disorganizing command & control of potential enemy. He works at a distance of more than 5 000 km "- quoted statement Popov RIA" Novosti ".

    According to him, these complexes are the basis of categories of naval electronic warfare. "Murmansk-BN" came to NF in December 2014 and has already been successfully mastered by the personnel. The complex is radio reconnaissance, interception of enemy signals and their suppression. It works around the shortwave bands.

    "Today, our task - to prevent the transfer of data from the reconnaissance aircraft for its imaginary enemy aircraft. Task carried out in real-time, fully completed ", - concluded Popov.

    Polit.ru

    Looks like it's also entered service with the Baltic and Black Sea Fleets EW units

    Photo Report from Russian Baltic Fleet's Ground & Coastal Forces' Electronic Warfare unit
    https://twitter.com/Missilito/status/522485868242960384/photo/1

    Russian Black Sea Fleet receives Electronic Warfare System «Murmansk-BN»
    https://twitter.com/Missilito/status/540047595419496448/photo/1

    Here's a video of some EW systems. The Murmansk-BN is mentioned at the end

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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  GarryB on Sun Mar 22, 2015 8:20 am

    Watched the vid... interesting... but saw this vid:



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:25 am

    Cyberspec wrote:'Murmansk-BN' Long Range Jammer  - 5000 km range



    From what I gather, it was first tested during the Zapad 2013 exercise and has started entering service in late 2014.


    Within the framework of a sudden inspection readiness of Russian Armed Forces units of electronic warfare (EW) of the Northern Fleet (NF), the first to use the newest complex "Murmansk-BN", said the head of the center of electronic warfare NF captain second rank Dmitry Popov.

    " Murmansk-BN "is capable of disorganizing command & control of potential enemy. He works at a distance of more than 5 000 km "- quoted statement Popov RIA" Novosti ".

    According to him, these complexes are the basis of categories of naval electronic warfare. "Murmansk-BN" came to NF in December 2014 and has already been successfully mastered by the personnel. The complex is radio reconnaissance, interception of enemy signals and their suppression. It works around the shortwave bands.

    "Today, our task - to prevent the transfer of data from the reconnaissance aircraft for its imaginary enemy aircraft. Task carried out in real-time, fully completed ", - concluded Popov.

    Polit.ru

    Looks like it's also entered service with the Baltic and Black Sea Fleets EW units

    Photo Report from Russian Baltic Fleet's Ground & Coastal Forces' Electronic Warfare unit
    https://twitter.com/Missilito/status/522485868242960384/photo/1

    Russian Black Sea Fleet receives Electronic Warfare System «Murmansk-BN»
    https://twitter.com/Missilito/status/540047595419496448/photo/1

    Here's a video of some EW systems. The Murmansk-BN is mentioned at the end


    +1, that 'Murmansk-BN' sounds like a monstrosity of a system! At 5,000 km range were not talking about an ordinary system, were talking about a 'strategic-level' system, that could radically change the outcome of a battlefield because of it's power and range...I mean if it's capable of spoofing and frying electronics at a massive standoff range of 5000 km, could you imagine how powerful it would be at 2,500 km, 1,000 km, 500 km, or 250 km range? Combined with the fact that the systems are heavily situated in Kaliningrad and in Crimea, NATO will be in a world of hurt if they decide to get 'uppity'. Garry whats your view on the strategic importance of this new system?
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  GarryB on Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:37 am

    With that sort of range it is quite astounding... I suspect it interferes with signals and creates false decoys at that range rather than pure jams them....


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Cyberspec on Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:55 am

    magnumcromagnon wrote:+1, that 'Murmansk-BN' sounds like a monstrosity of a system! At 5,000 km range were not talking about an ordinary system, were talking about a 'strategic-level' system, that could radically change the outcome of a battlefield because of it's power and range...I mean if it's capable of spoofing and frying electronics at a massive standoff range of 5000 km, could you imagine how powerful it would be at 2,500 km, 1,000 km, 500 km, or 250 km range? Combined with the fact that the systems are heavily situated in Kaliningrad and in Crimea, NATO will be in a world of hurt if they decide to get 'uppity'. Garry whats your view on the strategic importance of this new system?

    Yeah, it's a monster....in the video I posted, they were jamming a radar in the the Kola peninsula from Kursk, a distance of over 2500 km

    GarryB wrote:Watched the vid... interesting... but saw this vid:

    kABe08GIeE

    Interesting...first glimpse of the new heli based Richag-AB and a few other KRET designed toys



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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  medo on Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:08 am

    Considering the size and construction of Murmansk-BN complex, I would say this one is capable to jam OTH radars.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  ahmedfire on Sun Mar 22, 2015 4:12 pm

    GarryB wrote:Watched the vid... interesting... but saw this vid:


    Impressive, I need to learn Russian language Sad
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  AlfaT8 on Sun Mar 22, 2015 5:16 pm

    ahmedfire wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Watched the vid... interesting... but saw this vid:


    Impressive, I need to learn Russian language Sad

    Same here. Sad

    Wish there were some Russian language courses where i live.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:33 pm

    AlfaT8 wrote:
    ahmedfire wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Watched the vid... interesting... but saw this vid:


    Impressive, I need to learn Russian language Sad

    Same here. Sad

    Wish there were some Russian language courses where i live.

    Actually the next best thing you could do is fiddling with the captions and translation settings on the youtube vid, and here's how you can get rough translations in the captions:

    1.) Step one: click on the 'Youtube' icon on the bottom right corner of the video to get to the main youtube website.

    2.) Step two: click on the 'CC' caption icon on the dark blackish-grey bar at the bottom of the youtube video. It should automatically have Russian captions setting on.

    3.) Step three: click on the 'gear-cog' emblem to the right of the 'CC' captions icon to bring up video options. A transparent grey box should show up with some options, within that a dark grey box their is a white bar that has a 'Subtitles/CC' title to the left of it. Click on the black 'down arrow' and a white box should pop with caption/subtitle options, and click on the very bottom option with a grey divider line above...it should say 'Translate Captions'. It should bring up a dark grey box with a title 'Translate...', with a white bar with the name of languages. Click on the language bar, then scroll down till you find 'English'. Click on that, then click 'OK'.

    ...After you complete those steps you should get rough translations, however keep in mind it's far from perfect...it has a hard time translating fast speech, slurred words, some trouble with accents and slang...but with that being said you should get a good enough rough translation that you can get a basic understanding on what they're talking about.


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Werewolf on Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:56 pm

    Presented quite like a sensationalistic journalist, he has no idea how it works but kind of ridiculous the work with his attempts to produce a TV show, i don't like such shows.

    However the technology is awesome.

    The vehicle was shown at the end, that is powerful enough to jam AWACS powerful radars and networks.

    The Mi-8 with a big magnetron, a big microwave so powerful that they could fry the passengers on board, that is why the entire cockpit is isolated in faradaic cage. Jamming entire battlefields and the coolest vehicle was the mobile EM couple, that produces an EM field to let Radar guided missiles think they already reached their target and detonate high in the sky instead killing Radars,SAM's etc.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  GarryB on Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:07 am

    Yeah... I didn't understand a word, but that bit where the Uragan launchers are firing a barrage of rockets and the EW vehicle is clearly spoofing their proximity fuses and making them explode at a safe altitude was interesting...

    Shame they don't have a few of those in Eastern Ukraine.


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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  Werewolf on Mon Mar 23, 2015 11:04 am

    GarryB wrote:Yeah... I didn't understand a word, but that bit where the Uragan launchers are firing a barrage of rockets and the EW vehicle is clearly spoofing their proximity fuses and making them explode at a safe altitude was interesting...

    Shame they don't have a few of those in Eastern Ukraine.

    Well that vehicle is only designed to simulate an Radar radiating vehicle as a dome dozens of meters above the ground so they detonate in safe distance, the problem is i don't know any fuzes on Uragans or Grads that are reacting to radar bandwidths or emitters.
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    Re: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems

    Post  ahmedfire on Mon Mar 23, 2015 1:03 pm

    magnumcromagnon wrote:
    AlfaT8 wrote:
    ahmedfire wrote:
    GarryB wrote:Watched the vid... interesting... but saw this vid:


    Impressive, I need to learn Russian language Sad

    Same here. Sad

    Wish there were some Russian language courses where i live.

    Actually the next best thing you could do is fiddling with the captions and translation settings on the youtube vid, and here's how you can get rough translations in the captions:

    1.) Step one: click on the 'Youtube' icon on the bottom right corner of the video to get to the main youtube website.

    2.) Step two: click on the 'CC' caption icon on the dark blackish-grey bar at the bottom of the youtube video. It should automatically have Russian captions setting on.

    3.) Step three: click on the 'gear-cog' emblem to the right of the 'CC' captions icon to bring up video options. A transparent grey box should show up with some options, within that a dark grey box their is a white bar that has a 'Subtitles/CC' title to the left of it. Click on the black 'down arrow' and a white box should pop with caption/subtitle options, and click on the very bottom option with a grey divider line above...it should say 'Translate Captions'. It should bring up a dark grey box with a title 'Translate...', with a white bar with the name of languages. Click on the language bar, then scroll down till you find 'English'. Click on that, then click 'OK'.

    ...After you complete those steps you should get rough translations, however keep in mind it's far from perfect...it has a hard time translating fast speech, slurred words, some trouble with accents and slang...but with that being said you should get a good enough rough translation that you can get a basic understanding on what they're talking about.

    Yes i tried it before but no english appeared ,don't know why!

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