In ZVO received the latest EW systems

In military units 1st tank the division, stationed in the Moscow region, received more than 10 of the latest EW systems "Mercury-BM" and "Borisoglebsk-2," reports press office Western District.

In ZVO received the latest EW systems

"The Borisoglebsk-2 EW complex is intended for detecting communication and control channels, enemy radar stations and suppressing them by jamming," reads the release.

In turn, the station "Mercury-BM" carries out "opposition to the controlled arms the enemy, as well as ammunition equipped with radio explosives. "

“Acting in automatic mode, it detects the enemy ammunition, determines the carrier frequency of its radio-fuse, and then puts the interference of the appropriate frequency and high power,” the press service specified.
  • Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. +1
    22 September 2016 11: 52
    The necessary complexes, but is it not enough for the division of 10 pieces?
    1. +1
      22 September 2016 11: 58
      Well, maybe they will first test them out as they should, and then they will send them to the masses. winked
    2. +1
      22 September 2016 16: 32
      Their coverage area is not small. They can cover a small area.
  2. 0
    22 September 2016 12: 02
    Radio electronics engineers, since the 90s because of the appearance of commercial television channels on the DCM band, there was no apartment on the ground floor and a common antenna. I was interested in - seriously, there were mercury antennas that caught everything but the neighbors had nothing?
  3. +1
    22 September 2016 12: 47
    good news. EW is more relevant than ever in our time, it pleases that we are not far behind.
  4. win
    22 September 2016 12: 56
    "Mercury-B" was created back in the USSR (here's a zagashnik) and was put into service in 1985.
    “Mercury-BM” is a modern modernization of SPR-2 with the use of new equipment. Increased reliability of the system, as well as expanded functionality. The function of suppressing radio communication lines at VHF frequencies has been added.

  5. +1
    23 September 2016 10: 18
    Quote: pascal1973
    We have very secret factories that produce very powerful and ultra-modern electronics for the army.

    Maybe this is a secret, but most of the secret factories are located in Taiwan, where we are purchased .... And in fact, the manufacturer is not important here (although import substitution is great and no one has canceled it, and there are successes, but far from rapid) , and programs and algorithms for jamming, here we really look good on a global background.

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