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The new Russian complex will quietly find a “needle in a haystack”

As the experience of recent local conflicts shows, small unmanned aerial vehicles are used for reconnaissance to observe the battlefield, adjust fire and issue target indications to high-precision arms. The technologies used to create such small UAVs do not allow them to be effectively detected by existing air defense systems. At the same time, air defense radars are detected, suppressed and destroyed by special means.

Drones are controlled with varying degrees of autonomy: as an operator, as well as with a fixed or adjustable program. At the same time, the transfer of information may not be conducted continuously, but in batch mode. These circumstances make it difficult to detect and reduce the vulnerability of the UAV.

Successfully resist the means of air attack and reconnaissance of the enemy can only detection systems using passive location.

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  1. Vard
    Vard 20 December 2017 12: 13
    So it was immediately clear ... The UAV should exchange information with the control point ... and that's where they catch them ...
    1. Viktor Petrov
      Viktor Petrov 21 December 2017 02: 00
      You misunderstood, here is another principle for detecting UAVs. Television, cell towers and satellites emit a signal creating an electromagnetic field, when an UAV enters it, it distorts the signal, creates a spot that the “baby” catches with its receiver.
  2. NEXUS
    NEXUS 20 December 2017 14: 02
    Such complexes are very necessary for our army. At the same time, our MBPLA must also be protected from such detection systems.