Russia has developed a radio-electronic complex "Triton" to protect armored vehicles from FPV-drones
Russia has developed a complex of electronic protection against FPV-drones, the system has already passed preliminary tests in the special operation zone and showed excellent results. Denis Oslomenko, General Director of the Industrial Espionage Countermeasures Laboratory, spoke about this.
The complex developed by the company, called "Triton", is a set of suppression modules and an antenna mounted on armored vehicles. The complex suppresses FPV drone control frequencies; in the basic version, it operates in four bands: 868, 915, 1200 and 2400 MHz. To date, "Triton" has already been tested in combat conditions, in the NVO zone, it has shown its effectiveness. In the future, the company plans to conduct joint tests with manufacturers of armored vehicles.
- leads TASS words of the head of the company.
The modules of the complex are placed on armored vehicles, and their configuration can be changed, as well as adding new ones. It is powered by the on-board network of armored vehicles, a variant with battery operation is possible. Controlled from a remote control. It can also be used on pickup trucks and ATVs; in this version, the complex is installed in a plastic case.
- added to the company.
- PPSh laboratory
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