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Israeli IAI introduced the ELL-8270 system to protect aircraft from missile attacks

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The Israeli company IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries) has spread information about the new development, which can improve the protection of various types of aircraft (including passenger) from missile attacks. This is a system labeled ELL-8270. The system was developed by a subsidiary of IAI - IAA ELTA Group.


The low-mass defensive complex is said to be designed to disorient missiles fired on an airborne board (for example, an aircraft). In essence, the ELL-8270 is a lure for guided missiles, the guidance systems of which will “assume” that the ELL-8270 is part of the aircraft that is being hit.

It is known that ELL-8270 will be presented at the air show in Singapore, which starts next week.

Illustration Israel Defense:
Israeli IAI introduced the ELL-8270 system to protect aircraft from missile attacks


Representatives of the company-developer reported that ELL-8270 in the literal sense, can reach for the plane, keeping on a long cable. The system of disorientation of guided missiles is completely autonomous and does not require any control from the pilot.

The “lure” for the missiles is “released” to such a distance from the aircraft, where the flight of the guided missile becomes completely safe for the board. The exact data on the distance is not mentioned, but it turns out that it is tens of meters.

It is stated that the system emits signals, to which guided missiles react. It is reported that, in the absence of a threat, the ELL-8270 system can be inserted back into the aircraft, or it can be shot. According to some reports, ELL-8270 has global positioning systems, as well as early warning of a missile attack.
Photos used:
www.israeldefense.co.il
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  1. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 31 January 2018 14: 16
    +4
    "Bait" for missiles
    A stove on a rope? or other crap?
    1. Maz
      Maz 31 January 2018 14: 21
      +3
      Well, we will fly to resorts under the protection of the Israeli wunderstuck
      1. Hanokem
        Hanokem 31 January 2018 16: 56
        +4
        Maz you need to go back to Russia and fly on kurooty from there
        1. brr1
          brr1 31 January 2018 17: 57
          +1

          wit bro !!!!
  2. q75agent
    q75agent 31 January 2018 14: 20
    +2
    all new well forgotten old
    1. KVU-NSVD
      KVU-NSVD 31 January 2018 14: 26
      +4
      Ships can also carry loud tricks behind them, but even there the principle of "luring" torpedoes "is clear - they are stupidly louder, and here it’s not clear even what kind of GOS it is designed for.
      1. dauria
        dauria 31 January 2018 15: 00
        +4
        and here it’s not even clear which GOS is designed.


        For any ... IR, semi-active, active radar. In fact, this is a variant of the "flickering" noise angle for monopulse systems. While the rocket is far away, both the plane and the trap are in the main lobe of the NAM. GOS missiles will track the overall center of "brightness" (between the plane and the trap). As you approach, someone will leave the beam (as lucky). But here the calculation is that the rocket will not have enough overload. And at the end of the guidance, the missile flies the rest of the way especially uncontrollable (this is how they fight sharp signal fluctuations from a very close target) The “brightness” of the trap itself can be increased both by angular reflectors (passively) and by actively amplifying and relaying the target’s illumination channel (although it’s unlikely they will do it - you’re tweeting less, you’ll live longer)

        Most likely, an advanced television channel will be introduced in promising missiles, which will be difficult to deceive with such a trick.
  3. _Jack_
    _Jack_ 31 January 2018 14: 24
    +2
    against such a system, an optical guidance channel is needed, but in general a plane can cover a cloud of damaging elements with such a defense system
  4. Alex_59
    Alex_59 31 January 2018 14: 25
    +7
    It is stated that the system emits signals to which guided missiles react.
    The trap yells to the missiles, "Well, shi, you will aim at this dull plane, or pay attention to the sho, am I here too?"
  5. anjey
    anjey 31 January 2018 14: 31
    +3
    In essence, the ELL-8270 is a bait for guided missiles, the guidance systems of which will “assume” that the ELL-8270 is part of the aircraft that is hit
    many modern air-to-air missiles should not fall directly into an airplane, such as from a hot-gas seeker into a nozzle, but burst at a short distance, hitting the airplane with rod elements, and even fly to a pre-emptive point, so getting away from many modern missiles is problematic ...
    1. ZVO
      ZVO 31 January 2018 20: 45
      +1
      Quote: anjey
      In essence, the ELL-8270 is a bait for guided missiles, the guidance systems of which will “assume” that the ELL-8270 is part of the aircraft that is hit
      many modern air-to-air missiles should not fall directly into an airplane, such as from a hot-gas seeker into a nozzle, but burst at a short distance, hitting the airplane with rod elements, and even fly to a pre-emptive point, so getting away from many modern missiles is problematic ...


      So they will explode at a given distance ... from the trap.
      1. anjey
        anjey 1 February 2018 04: 21
        0
        scattering of striking elements up to 300 meters or more, whether it will be so effective ....., some missiles set a path directed to the lead point always in front of the plane, as I understand the trap is in the back hemisphere, behind the plane ....
  6. rocket757
    rocket757 31 January 2018 14: 52
    +1
    During the Second World War there was such a “Trick” among the British, it worked against German acoustic torpedoes.
  7. Vard
    Vard 31 January 2018 14: 53
    +3
    It seems the system is more suitable for civilian aircraft ... In this case, the application is justified ... And this is a good idea ...
  8. uav80
    uav80 31 January 2018 14: 56
    +1
    Only BTA or civilian watermelons and Boeings will be able to carry such a “sausage,” for combat aircraft it’s not realistic, but for small types of YAKs, golf trims, etc. it’s just very expensive to go out on fuel and lubricants ... you can use it only when working at cruising speeds in your corridor , and as you know, they shoot down mainly during take-off / landing or other maneuvers ...
    1. Mimoprohodil
      Mimoprohodil 31 January 2018 16: 02
      +2
      Yes, they put it in full on combat aircraft. It’s just that they just came up with the idea of ​​putting it on civilian planes. https://topwar.ru/58319-sistemy-zaschity-aviacii-
      ot-slozhnogo-sovremennogo-vooruzheniya.html
      https://topwar.ru/12650-buksiruemye-lozhnye-celi-
      raytheon-v-ale-50.html
  9. bald
    bald 31 January 2018 15: 09
    +2
    An interesting gizmo and arguing about the pros and cons can be a long time. Using it, you need to clearly know the characteristics of the damaging missile. First, where it will fly from, then the point of detonation (distance to the target (50m on average), size of the cone of fragments, etc.). When traps are thrown off heat, the capture area is larger, although we do not know the detailed filling of this trailer.
  10. Wolka
    Wolka 31 January 2018 15: 12
    +2
    the idea is good, but to bombers, transporters and civilians, a tail with a snag on a string may come down, but the hawks are clearly not good, but the honorable "escort" of escorting a couple of semi-autonomous snaggles is just right ...
  11. Dormidont
    Dormidont 31 January 2018 16: 00
    +2
    Stopudovo vs. Palestinian Air Defense
  12. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 31 January 2018 16: 04
    0
    Something similar is, like, on strategists ...
  13. sivuch
    sivuch 31 January 2018 16: 08
    +5
    Yes, towed traps have long existed. Apparently, this elt system was now allowed for export.
    1. ICT
      ICT 31 January 2018 16: 37
      +1
      Quote: sivuch
      Yes, towed traps have long existed

      literally the same age as the caprolites of the mammoths,
      but 1 are complicated, 2 are cumbersome and every time you wonder whether you will pull it back or have to cut it, and civilian ships fly through cities mainly, often very technological packages will fall on your head
  14. mariusdeayeraleone
    mariusdeayeraleone 31 January 2018 22: 06
    +1
    In, it will come in handy for us.
  15. Steve57
    Steve57 1 February 2018 06: 11
    0
    What is noteworthy in the picture is the Russian R-33 rocket