First appeared and showed during the LIMA 2013 military exhibition. I noticed it but had no clue what in the hell was that.
Well now thanks to Dima we know.
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Work on the creation of "Talisman" was carried out in the period from April 2007 to July 2012. The prototype of the "Talisman" is the electronic countermeasures equipment "Satellite" which is produced by 558 aircraft repair plant in g . Baranovichi ( Belarus ).
"Satellite" is designed to protect aircraft from guided missiles ( aircraft and anti-aircraft missiles ) to a radar guidance system in the frequency range of 8.0-10.0 GHz (wavelength of ~ 3 cm). The equipment of "Satellite" is included in the program of modernization of the Su-27 and is in service by the Air Force of Kazakhstan.
Development BKO "Talisman" to ensure the protection of aircraft from guided missiles in the frequency range 4,0-12,0 GHz (wavelengths of ~ 5.3 cm)was completed in January 2011.
In April 2012, completed the development and testing of the BKO "Talisman" that protects the aircraft from air defense systems in the frequency range 12.0-18.0 GHz (wavelength of ~ 2 cm).
Developer and manufacturer of BKO "Talisman" is OOO "Defence Initiative", Minsk ( Belarus ).
Source, including list of missiles it jams in the link below:
Sets = battalion sets of ECM equipment.calripson wrote:So were 4 or 2 units delivered ? What does two sets mean ? What exactly are the capabilities and function of this system ?
How would an F-16 deal with proximity fused munitions?This is a usless system. One F-16 in wild weasel role makes all of this scrap metal.