EW, which is against us. "Bukovel-AD"

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EW, which is against us. "Bukovel-AD"

Since the war in Ukraine is being waged not only in the visible, but also in the invisible range, it makes sense to pay attention to the types of weapons that the Armed Forces of Ukraine use against the Russian army. Both mine and gifts. With the latter, it is quite interesting, because samples of NATO electronic weapons are at the disposal of the fighters of the invisible front of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

And it would be strange if they didn't. I have already said in previous materials that the SVO is the most fertile ground for testing samples of military equipment in real combat conditions. And the last time something more or less similar was in 2003, when the Coalition smashed Iraq.



But here it’s even somehow inconvenient in terms of where Iraq is and where the electronic warfare is. No offense, but not for Arabs such subtle matters as electronic warfare. It is not for nothing that the same Saudis have so many foreign specialists in the army.

Since there is an army in the NVO against Ukraine, which is armed with Drones, and RTR, and electronic warfare, with which you will have to work wholeheartedly - it makes sense to carry everything that you can try.

But in Ukraine there are design bureaus, research institutes, factories, and most importantly, there are still people who are able not only to develop, but also to implement what has been developed. At one time, the case brought me to a person who developed software for the electronic warfare systems of Ukraine. And, as he explained to me, precisely because he developed with his team, all interfaces were Russian-language until 2018. Then they were translated into English, but this is a completely different story, because these gentlemen Ukrainian programmers in 2017-18 for some reason ceased to be Ukrainian. But the interface they created was simple, so nothing prevented the following teams from shoveling it as they saw fit.

So, "Bukovel-AD".


Work on this complex began much earlier than the announced 2015, the movements began in 2013, and the conversations even earlier. But the ToR was not properly formed, the money was not allocated. In 2015, the first car was already in metal for testing.

In general, electronic warfare systems are usually created for something. Under a certain enemy, under certain frequencies that the enemy uses. Therefore, electronic warfare systems that work against aviation - this is one thing, against missiles and UAVs - another, the Navy - the third. Frequency is the iconostasis that all developers look at.

The Bukovel-AD complex was designed for the early detection of the Orlan-type UAV, which became the main opponent, and the complete blocking of data transmission, control and navigation signals.


The station is ground-based and consists of three modules: UAV detection, control and generation of interference signals. Moreover, Ukrainian engineers managed to make the station very light and compact.

Compactness is expressed in the fact that there is a version of the wearable Bukovel, which is mounted on a tripod and is capable of operating at a distance of up to 15 km. In principle, this is enough to cover the command post, ammunition depot or fuel and lubricants.

But the main trump card of "Bukovel" is the installation on a cross-country vehicle chassis. Initially, it was an all-wheel drive SUV from Mitsubishi L200, the car is very controversial precisely in terms of reliability and cross-country ability. Later, the L200 was replaced by the more passable and less capricious Ford F550 and the Innovators made on its basis.


In general, the Proximus company, which produces Bukovel, is constantly working to improve and modernize the complex, therefore today the seventh version of Bukovel is entering the battlefield. Considering that the complex was adopted in 2016, 7 versions in 7 years - this is exactly once a year an updated and improved version comes out. Very progressive and at the same time hints at the fact that there is a clear connection between developers and operators. And the latter quickly explain to the former what they need to fix, and the former work out, moreover, very quickly.

According to some reports, at the beginning of the SVO, about 50 complexes were at the disposal of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. A lot of? Of course not, especially since some of them have already played their role in the theater.

What is the real advantage of mobile Bukovel?

It's in mobility. A four-wheel drive pickup truck is just a smart solution to the problem of movement. What is the main problem of electronic warfare systems in general? The fact is that when they work, they "shine" on the air like the fourth power unit of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, and nothing can be done about it. This is the essence of the work of electronic warfare - generating a signal and transmitting it over a distance.

Accordingly, these impulses are calmly detected by the enemy’s electronic intelligence and, at best, a response impulse flies to the EW complex, at worst, an anti-radar missile or an artillery salvo at the calculated coordinates.

In any case, the prospect is so-so, all the more, we admit, no one will bother with suppression. High-explosive fragmentation shells are very effective, since no one hides electronic warfare stations behind tank armor. She, the station, then will not be moved at all.

Therefore, the process of withdrawing from positions in case of detection is a very important point. When you do not need to fold the antennas, remove the stretch marks, or you can just jump into the back and give the gas to failure - this is just fine for calculation. And the faster the station leaves the place of work, the more likely it is that 152-mm discs will simply plow the field or grove where the fighters of the invisible front were sitting.

About TTX.

Power in the channel not less than: 20 W.
Jamming channels: 6 pcs.
Suppression ranges, MHz: 390-470, 860-960, 1000-1300, 1210-1260, 1550-1620, 2300-2500, 3400-3600, 5000-6000.


The picture shows the antenna of the latest generation module. On the left is the antenna of the detection module. Initially, there was no such module in the design; Bukovel used data from third-party radars. Further upgrades included an RF detection module.

The black arrow on the antenna lobe is for orientation of the detector. The block of receivers directly under the antennas, in the latest version of the receivers there are five. The fifth is presumably related to direction finding.

On the right is a complex radio interference setting module. Inside the casing, panel antennas in the middle and log-periodic along the edges.

Experts (without the slightest doubt) from the Revenge of Goodwill telegram channel allegedly gave the following characteristics to the antennas from Proximus:

Frequency bands: 880-960 and 1700-2170 MHz.
Ku: up to 9 dBi.
Horizontal width of DN: from 60 to 70 degrees.
Vertical width of DN: from 65 to 75 degrees.
Maximum input power: 20 W.
Geometric dimensions: 140x140x15 mm

A good solution to the problem of power losses from generators to antenna-feeder devices: the generation units were placed on the antenna itself at the back.


The software is native. The interface is spartan, nothing more, the main functions on the buttons, as I wrote above, the language was first Russian, then translated into English.


Why not Ukrainian is clear: as such, technical Ukrainian did not exist, but to invent new terms, and even explain them to Western and Eastern Ukrainians ... in short, it was really easier and smarter to do it in Russian. Then they decided to abandon the language of the aggressor, but not start the Ukrainization of electronic warfare? And again, who will work with the terminology? Here they can’t give a damn who the helicopter is in the end, the “helicoptur” or the “guided wing”, and you are talking about high matters ... Therefore, English (which is also the language of NATO) turned out to be handy.

Everything is simple on the monitor. The detection threshold is based on the peak values ​​of the spectra, which are displayed on one screen from all four detection channels, the jamming sector is indicated, the map. Plus an indicator of the circular view of the radar.

I confess that Bukovel did not find a photo of the radar station with which it works (and it definitely works), but this does not mean that it does not exist. The radar must be connected to the station, so Bukovel can work with the radar. This gives a fair increase in the target detection range, in contrast to the module of the station itself.

A radar such as the ELR 55303 can work with Bukovel.


The product of the company "Kvertus Tecynology" from Kyiv, costing only 3,4 million hryvnia. This small in size and weight (Dimensions: 1,2 x 0,5 x 0,75 m, weight 50 kg) radar can cope with tasks, including the search and detection of small aircraft at low altitude. The radar can operate both from AC 220 V and from DC 24 V. Operating range is up to 30 km.

Given the size of the radar, throwing it into the back of a pickup truck will not be any problem.

As a result, the Ukrainian side can be congratulated. They got a light, nimble and fully functional anti-UAV complex. The fact that it is very mobile, and not only in terms of the speed of movement, but also the speed of deployment, is understandable.

The years of civil war in the Donbass were not in vain. There, on the other side, they quickly appreciated how two or three fragments from a mine turn expensive equipment into an object of expensive repairs. Hence the tactics of "spotted - we are washed away", and equipment aimed at the fastest possible deployment and collapse. Curtailment - in particular.

So portability is a definite plus.

The feedback from the manufacturer and those who operate the complex, as mentioned above, can also be considered as a plus. When a manufacturer is happy to meet halfway and make corrections, this is a very positive thing.

Two sensors that work on detection, radio frequency and radar - this is also a plus.

There is also a minus, and it is no less solid than the pros. The unequivocal weakness of the complex in terms of power. Of course, low output power can be partially compensated by directional antennas, but this gives rise to a second disadvantage - a narrow suppression sector. At 20 kilometers, the range of suppression of UAVs of the Orlan type ... well, I don’t really believe in the correctness of these figures. But even 10 km (more realistic) is a decent range for working on UAVs.

In general, a very real electronic warfare complex has turned out, which can be used to cover even the front line, because having quickly worked out and landed the enemy’s apparatus, Bukovel has the opportunity to curl up and leave the place of work before applause from the enemy arrives there.

The declared resource of the latest versions of Bukovel-AD is 7 thousand hours, but the first samples have already worked for 10-15 thousand hours, while maintaining efficiency. This was appreciated not only in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the manufacturer Proximus LLC delivered Bukovel-AD to Morocco and Egypt and continues to work for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Here the question rightly arises: why do we not have this?

After all, if you really look, everything is better with us: locators (especially headlamps), frequency detectors, radio interference modules - everything. Only one thing is missing - a chassis on which you can quickly assemble such a station. It is clear that UAZ is not up to the Patriot right now, but such a machine would be very useful against hordes of Ukrainian drones.

At least in order to simply rush along the front line within a kilometer or two and repel the attacks of Ukrainian UAVs.

By the way, Belarusians have their own such station. "Groza-S". A very strong development, but we will talk about it separately, the entire Thunderstorm line is worth it.

It would be nice to have such a complex for us. There is no need for “unparalleled” with a detection range of 100 km, give a station that will confidently take everything flying at a distance of 5-15 km and bring it down to the ground. The most annoying thing here is that there is everything for this, you just need to give the appropriate orders and assemble everything on the basis of some passable and reliable chassis.
  • Roman Skomorokhov
  • wikipedia.org, telegra.ph, lostarmour.info, aviaport.ru, naukatehnika.com.
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  1. +15
    21 May 2023
    The Belarusian brothers have a lot of interesting samples ... The same Polonaise MLRS would obviously be useful to us. Or the Groza complex mentioned in the article ... But why ours are not negotiating the supply of equipment we need so much, this is a completely different story
    1. +14
      21 May 2023
      Quote: Magic Archer
      But why ours are not negotiating the supply of the equipment we need so much, this is a completely different story

      It’s just that Belarusians are not such simple guys to enrich Russian “effective managers”.
      Russian capitalists (speculators) have no comrades. There are interested partners who are able to betray at the first danger ...
      There are a lot of incomprehensible and unresolved problems in the Union State.
      1. +16
        21 May 2023
        Not everything is so simple with Belarus, probably most people are aware that we sold GAZ for Belarus more expensive than for Germany, or rather, not us, but our oligarchs. The oligarchs demanded that Lukashenka sell them the whole of Belarus for next to nothing (factories, factories, the entire meat processing industry, from growing products to processing them), but he refused or set the real price for such enterprises, so Lukashenka received the price of GAZ higher than was for Germany. The pressure on Lukashenka came from all sides, but it was not possible to break it. Today, many of the oligarchs have fled, taking with them "honestly acquired." Maybe something will change after the SVO, but the SVO was simply necessary, I think that as a result, everything that was "honestly acquired" by our oligarchs and that they did not have time to sell and take out will finally be nationalized. And the people will only support it, there will be no revolutions.
        Yes, a lot of good things have been developed in Belarus, but the country is small, and the population there is even smaller, the country's budget is not large, if we would like to have something from Belarusian weapons, then investments will be required from our side (Belarus simply will not pull this) . But as you know, no one is in a hurry to invest, I heard about POLONASE at the very beginning of the NWO, but after more than a year, it was not in our army, and it’s something like MLRS HAYMARS, but much more long-range than that ... up to 330 km.
        1. +10
          21 May 2023
          Quote: Vladimir Mskvchev
          that they did not have time to sell and take out, it will finally be nationalized.

          hi
          Oh, dreams ...
          Against the background of the discussion of the next privatization
        2. +1
          22 May 2023
          Maybe something will change after the SVO, but the SVO was simply necessary, I think that as a result, everything that was "honestly acquired" by our oligarchs and that they did not have time to sell and take out will finally be nationalized. And the people will only support it, there will be no revolutions.

          How can a leader who defends ONLY the interests of the oligarchs and his friends to death take something away from them?
          So big and believe in fairy tales!
        3. +1
          23 May 2023
          Polonaise was created in response to the refusal of the Russian Federation to supply Iskanders. So it is strange to hear reproaches that he is not in the NWO.
        4. +1
          26 May 2023
          Gas for Germany was cheaper than for the rest of Europe for the reason that the German partners financed SP1 and a corresponding contract was signed with them, where the price of gas was also stipulated ... Belarus did not finance anything. But even in this case, the gas price for Belarus was still lower than the gas price for the Germans .. But the father wanted it to be the same as for the Russian regions ... But Belarus is not part of Russia!?. .
          1. 0
            August 29 2023
            Therefore, it is not included that the price of gas is higher
      2. +1
        23 May 2023
        Polonaise was developed in response to the refusal of the Russian Federation to supply Russian weapons. So it is strange to reproach the Belarusians.
    2. +10
      21 May 2023
      As there was an article on the VO about the Polonaise MLRS and about the impossibility of using it in the NMD due to the partnership of the Belarusians with the PRC on this project, the Chinese, as you know, officially adhere to a neutral position, essentially waiting, there is also enough reasoning on this topic.
      1. +1
        21 May 2023
        It has its own, "Smerch" with a range of 120 km., Quite enough. There would be more b / c for him. There is an opinion of competent comrades that MLRS with a range of 200 - 300 km. - nonsense. For such distances, OTRK is much better. And it is much more difficult to bring it down than the "package" of the MLRS.
        1. 0
          22 May 2023
          Quote: TermNachTER
          It has its own, "Smerch" with a range of 120 km., Quite enough. There would be more b / c for him. There is an opinion of competent comrades that MLRS with a range of 200 - 300 km. - nonsense. For such distances, OTRK is much better.

          So with the RS, hitting 200-300 km, the MLRS just turns into an OTRK. Because the RS of these on the RS chassisAOR fits 1-2 pieces, so oh salvo no fire to speak of. smile
          1. 0
            22 May 2023
            The point is not so much in the firing range, but in the efficiency and accuracy of target reconnaissance. Let's fix this - a regular 70 km is enough. The numbers 120, 200 have not yet been confirmed.
    3. +1
      21 May 2023
      "Suma, give me mind!" (c) norot
    4. +3
      21 May 2023
      Both Thunderstorm and Polonaise would be very useful. But the missiles are Chinese, A200 and A 300, and this is a big question - will the "big brother" allow it.
    5. +5
      21 May 2023
      Dear Magic Archer! But they don’t negotiate with their brothers - Belarusians for one simple reason: it’s not interesting ... But it’s not interesting, because it’s difficult to “cut” the budget, because the deal would be monitored by the KGB of Belarus, and they have “cuts”, and corrupt schemes - it’s very difficult (they can even anoint the back of the head with “brilliant green”), this is not in mother Russia, where “cuts” and corruption become “national sports” for selected, especially respected, groups of the population ...
    6. +1
      21 May 2023
      Quote: Magic Archer
      The Belarusian brothers have many interesting samples ...

      Well, if we already started talking about mobile electronic warfare systems for combating UAVs, then the Syabry showed a similar Krechet complex based on the converted BRDM-2, the Caiman armored car
      Quote: Magic Archer
      We would obviously need the same MLRS Polonaise.

      With this, we still have a "flight", since this is actually a Chinese-Belarusian development and China will definitely not give the go-ahead for its use now
  2. -2
    21 May 2023
    I have already said in previous articles that the SVO is the most fertile ground for testing samples of military equipment in real combat conditions.

    What is true is true ... I look with great interest at the real possibilities of NATO technology in the NWO.
    Many samples are promoted to the skies, but in real battles they proved to be mediocre ... some of the samples are really dangerous ... so I wish the author to show our brethren more often what the enemy’s military equipment is in battle, and not in advertising.
    According to the results of the SVO, the enemy’s armament can now be classified according to the degree of effectiveness and danger for our fighters ... as well as for civilians.
  3. Eug
    +4
    21 May 2023
    Buy or exchange from Belarusians - what are the problems? The sluggishness of the structures responsible for equipping the army is obvious. The Armed Forces of Ukraine resolve such issues very quickly through volunteers. KamAZ trucks either with electronic warfare, or with communication equipment (but rather with electronic warfare - the antennas were painfully interesting and the artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine began to nail them 2 hours after arrival) stood in abandoned areas.
    1. +5
      21 May 2023
      Quote: Eug
      The sluggishness of the structures responsible for equipping the army is obvious

      And there is no gesheft. Why would they be "agile" if the profit does not shine.
  4. -2
    21 May 2023
    An intelligent machine ... Only the author, it is not clear from what drunkenness he decided that the whole thing cannot be packed into anti-fragmentation armor ... As if the KShM are all point-blank plywood, or if artillery reconnaissance is sent on the armor, then everything fragile is taken away from them ... I remember that the Germans generally made this out of a Leopard with a folding barbell. And so - to put at least on MTLB - there is already some kind of protection, and the patency is immediately at times
    1. +2
      21 May 2023
      You just can’t pack the antenna, but it is very vulnerable
  5. +1
    21 May 2023
    You can not wait for the UAZ to be freer, but use a foreign pickup truck. Ford is unlikely to succeed, but there are others.
    This is provided that the equipment is there, but there is nothing to place it on.
  6. +1
    21 May 2023
    But in Ukraine there are design bureaus, research institutes, factories, and most importantly, there are still people who

    In Ukraine.
    In Russian, the correct spelling is "in Ukraine"
    1. -1
      21 May 2023
      Quote: Architect
      In Ukraine.
      In Russian, the correct spelling is "in Ukraine"

      So Roman probably put "in", because they are all hiding in the bunkers! )))
    2. Qas
      +5
      21 May 2023
      A very controversial point. For example: "in Russia" sounds more correct than "in Russia", right? And in general, what's the difference, or do you need to be smart?
    3. +2
      21 May 2023
      Cuba, Sakhalin, Kamchatka, Alaska.
      1. +2
        21 May 2023
        No one seems to doubt that "in Jamaica." But...
        Embassy of Russia in Jamaica
        https://jamaica.mid.ru/ru/
        1. +3
          21 May 2023
          The embassy is in [state] Jamaica, and we are resting on [island] Jamaica. The state, without further ado, named itself as an island :))
          1. 0
            21 May 2023
            As far as I understand, it's the same with Ukraine? A geographical area is one thing, and a state is another.
      2. PPD
        0
        21 May 2023
        Alaska, Kamchatka and Sakhalin States?
        And yes, the best solution is to transfer someone to the On state.
        To admire Bandera did not occur.
    4. -1
      21 May 2023
      It should also be correct and in Russian "there were design bureaus, research institutes, factories"
  7. +6
    21 May 2023
    But in Ukraine there are design bureaus, research institutes, factories, and most importantly, there are still people who

    Question to Army General, Hero of the Russian Federation, holder of seven military orders S.K. Shoigu, why did these research institutes, design bureaus and factories remain in Ukraine
  8. +3
    21 May 2023
    Why not Ukrainian is clear: as such, technical Ukrainian did not exist, but to invent new terms, and even explain them to Western and Eastern Ukrainians ... in short, it was really easier and smarter to do it in Russian. Then they decided to abandon the language of the aggressor, but not start the Ukrainization of electronic warfare? And again, who will work with the terminology?

    As has been repeatedly proven, underestimation of the enemy, moreover, in all areas of activity, contributes to the emergence of very serious problems. Perhaps the author will be very surprised, but the "Ukrainization" of electronics in general and electronic warfare in particular has long been completed, as well as the development of terminology.


    Accordingly, the task of creating a user interface in Ukrainian was solved. Even Microsoft is already releasing its products with a Ukrainian user interface.
    Because English (which is also the language of NATO) turned out to be the way

    Here everything is correct. According to NATO requirements, when deployed together in operations and exercises, the forces of NATO member countries and their partners must speak the same language and use the same technical standards.
  9. +3
    21 May 2023
    A robotic electronic warfare complex is definitely needed.
  10. +1
    21 May 2023
    I’m not well versed in the topic. But I have a question for the specialists, but if we make simple disposable remotely controlled systems for the cutting edge.
    1. 0
      21 May 2023
      Disposables are too expensive
  11. 0
    21 May 2023
    A good article, but not in Ukraine, but in Ukraine. That's right in Russian.
  12. +5
    21 May 2023
    L200 is a controversial car in terms of reliability and cross-country ability? Yes, this is the standard. And if, as the author writes, it was replaced by the Ford F550, then it is not him in the photo, but the Ford Ranger.
    1. The comment was deleted.
    2. +3
      21 May 2023
      Quote: KrolikZanuda
      L200 is a controversial car in terms of reliability and cross-country ability? Yes, this is the standard. And if, as the author writes, it was replaced by the Ford F550, then it is not him in the photo, but the Ford Ranger.

      For Roma, the technical component of the issue is not one of his strengths. It is only enough for a couple of sarcastic paragraphs to dilute the text.
    3. 0
      22 May 2023
      Quote: KrolikZanuda
      L200 is a controversial car in terms of reliability and cross-country ability? Yes, this is the standard.

      wink About the MMC L200 standard, was there sarcasm or a statement? Here in VO there are also toyotovods, uazoveds, fordolyubs, nissanovites ... Everyone has their own truth and arguments. Yes
      Quote: KrolikZanuda
      And if, as the author writes, it was replaced by the Ford F550, then it is not him in the photo, but the Ford Ranger.

      laughing Whoever saw it live and rode the 550 will agree that it will be larger than our GAZ-53.
      The author wrote:
      Later, the L200 was replaced by the more passable and less capricious Ford F550 and the Innovators made on its basis.

      Maybe the author in a hurry saw a photo with electronic warfare on a pickup truck with a nameplate "Ford" in khaki, there was no time to look for the 550th. These Innovators have seen, it is clear that the "chain mail" of the Innovator cannot be put on the Ranger (aka Everest in a station wagon).
  13. 0
    21 May 2023
    Roman, immediately recognized your style.
    On the site, recently, there was a publication that we are using some kind of new electronic warfare operating in automatic mode. Some bullshit scattered around the site and knock down the signal. What can it be and how effective is it?
  14. 0
    21 May 2023
    A fast electronic warfare complex is very good. But the question is, what will feed all this happiness? You can hang antennas, equipment, whatever you want on a pickup truck, but he will have to eat everything.
    1. +1
      21 May 2023
      A conventional diesel generator will do. There, the capacities are not very large, for the same pickup truck it will
  15. +2
    21 May 2023
    And why not use the more common base chassis of the cargo-passenger UAZ "Loaf" for such a station

    If desired, you can use the BRDM-2 base chassis or any light tracked base chassis, from the same BMP
  16. -1
    21 May 2023
    EW at 20 W? Seriously? Not a kilowatt?
    1. +1
      25 May 2023
      EW at 20 W? Seriously? Not a kilowatt?

      At such frequencies, strangle the UAV with 20 watts, like two fingers on asphalt. 500 watts, at such frequencies, is enough to strangle a satellite in orbit.
  17. 0
    21 May 2023
    Quote: bk0010
    EW at 20 W? Seriously? Not a kilowatt?

    20 kilowatts is unlikely to work in the "mobile version". Maybe the antennas are so good that there are enough watts to interrupt control? Or they know some kind of vulnerability that is clear to specialists, but not to amateurs.
    Or do you think that everything described by the author is nonsense?
    1. 0
      21 May 2023
      Quote from Fangaro
      20 kilowatts is unlikely to work in the "mobile version".
      Why? The generator in the trunk (in the trailer, as a last resort) - and forward.
      Quote from Fangaro
      Or do you think that everything described by the author is nonsense?
      Not nonsense, but a typo.
      Quote from Fangaro
      Or they know some kind of vulnerability that is clear to specialists, but not to amateurs.
      Relying on a vulnerability is a bad idea: it will be closed and the product worth millions of dollars will become useless.
      1. -1
        25 May 2023
        Why? Generator in trunk...

        Everything is much more complicated here. In order to pump 20 kW into the air, you need a generator somewhere around 160-200 kW, if not more. You can't fool physics.
        So you can't get off with a 20kW pickup truck with a trailer.
  18. 0
    22 May 2023
    "It is clear that UAZ is not up to the Patriot now..."
    Fuck off?!?!?!?!?
    And what is UAZ doing right now ???
    And UAZ makes UAZ-PATRIOT, UAZ-PROFI, UAZ SGR and that's it.
    translated into normal language, UAZ makes patriots, a truck based on a patriot, and the UAZ-452,3741,3962,2206 family.
    And they do extremely hand-to-hand.
  19. 0
    22 May 2023
    It would be nice to have such a complex for us.

    I wish the author to speak, but not to talk. omniscience in all weapons systems and types of weapons, weapons and equipment suggests that a person does not understand any topic, therefore the articles are written with one goal - to earn money
  20. +2
    23 May 2023
    With Mitsubishi L200, no Ford can be compared in reliability (author)
  21. 0
    25 May 2023
    the notch is washed off...

    A bit wrong.
    I saw this machine in action. He does not stand still, but is constantly moving. Stops for thirty seconds and went on.
    It is mainly rolled in residential areas. Civilians do not understand what this crap is, so they are not afraid. They think it's some sort of communicator.
    I also saw portable ones. They are placed far from the shelter, at least 50 meters.
  22. 0
    26 May 2023
    Given that the complex was adopted in 2016, 7 versions in 7 years - this is exactly once a year an updated and improved version comes out.

    here is one of the key phrases of the article
    we still don’t need it: money can also be received for what entered service 10 years ago, and this is not only in electronic warfare; this is in everything - what the "hand" of the RF Ministry of Defense touches
  23. 0
    26 May 2023
    Quote: Rom8681
    The question to army general, Hero of the Russian Federation, holder of seven military orders S.K. Shoigu


    take it higher: now he is already a marshal, and soon he will be a generalissimo
  24. 0
    15 2023 June
    A video has just been published where the Lancet UAV destroys Bukovel, and Orlan is quietly watching all this. It seems that this "Bukovel" is not so van der waffle, as the author tells about it.
  25. 0
    July 3 2023
    Greetings from the sixties, the rake on wheels :-) What the Muscovites on tripods are placed in the green, for Khokhls on wheels and without people, the kick does not work :-)
    It would be cool to fight hooligans in the city, in peacetime.
    And here, the only reason is the potential opportunity to quickly escort the target while it accumulates an error, yeah, escort behind the front line :-)
    Military ANNs are more accurate than quadric accelerometers, and today you can return without them. And there are noise-immune methods of communication ...
    ... in general, this is precisely the NWO and it was for it that preparations were made on both sides
  26. 0
    August 14 2023
    In, this time Skomorokhov writes the topic, partially. Not bad.

    But with us, as always ... nobody needs anything ... do we buy airplanes? We buy. Calibers? Same. But to work on the ground ... here is the problem.

    I did not understand about the L200. Since when are yupps unreliable? You are talking about something.

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