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Until the end of the year, 4 of the Moscow-1 radio-electronic warfare complex will enter Russian troops.

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Until the end of 2014, the first 4 of the Moscow-1 radio-electronic warfare complex will arrive in Russian troops.
“Four products“ Moscow-1 ”are scheduled to be handed over to the Ministry of Defense before the end of November, the next five cars should be handed over next year,” a source in the military-industrial complex TASS.

Until the end of the year, 4 of the Moscow-1 radio-electronic warfare complex will enter Russian troops.


In addition, in 2015, the military will receive two mobile electronic warfare complex "Krasukha-2".

Moscow-1 will be used as a command post for command and control and reconnaissance. The portal of the state corporation Rostec notes that the station scans the airspace and transmits data about the radio-equipped equipment to the air defense, electronic warfare and air force equipment. At the same time, she herself works in passive radar mode and remains invisible to the means of detecting the enemy. The prototype station passed a state test cycle last year.
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  1. Cap-3 USSR
    Cap-3 USSR 21 November 2014 11: 22
    +2
    The name is cool.
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 21 November 2014 11: 23
      +7
      EW directly actively took up after 08.08.08

      1. just exp
        just exp 21 November 2014 11: 59
        +9
        and rightly so, in the war with the West EW will be IMHO the most popular troops.
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    3. jjj
      jjj 21 November 2014 11: 24
      +8
      And enemy missiles will fly home without salty slurping
      1. svp67
        svp67 21 November 2014 11: 38
        +2
        Quote: jjj
        And enemy missiles will fly home without salty slurping
        No, there is not much else. Most likely, command centers, launch vehicles and "enemy missiles" will be detected by Moscow in a timely manner, and a command will be given from there, since
        Moscow-1 will be used as a command and control point for intelligence.
        , but already destroyed by something else ...
        Something seems to me that this "Moscow" may well appear somewhere under the hot sun of Latin America. This, well, how many interesting things it will help to find out ...
    4. Civil
      Civil 21 November 2014 11: 24
      +4
      Here is what Wikipedia writes:
      Unlike conventional radars, Moskva-1 operates in passive radar mode - it catches the target's own radiation, while remaining invisible to the enemy [1]. The complex can also detect enemy shells.

      This passive radar station can see the radiation of aircraft and cruise missiles over 400 km, determine its type and degree of threat [2]. It consists of a 1L265E reconnaissance module (one vehicle) and an airborne radar station control point control station 1L266 / 1L266E (two vehicles). All systems are mounted on three KamAZ vehicles [3]. The station is able to provide a full all-round visibility. Moscow-1 can be deployed in 45 minutes. The system can operate in the temperature range from minus 40 to 50 degrees Celsius. The combat crew of Moscow-1 includes four people. On the management of "Moscow-1" at the same time can be nine systems of electronic warfare and air defense [4].

      In total, over 10 Moscow-1 units are planned to be delivered to the RF Armed Forces in the next three years. The cost of a long-term contract exceeds 3,5 billion rubles [5]
      1. 222222
        222222 21 November 2014 12: 11
        0
        Civilian from a d-lee ... hi
        http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-770.html
    5. Giant thought
      Giant thought 21 November 2014 11: 25
      +4
      Great news, now in a modern war one cannot do without such means, and it is good that our industry began to produce these products, now we need to saturate the troops with them.
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  2. Tarpon
    Tarpon 21 November 2014 11: 24
    +2
    Until the end of 2014, the first 4 of the Moscow-1 radio-electronic warfare complex will arrive in Russian troops.

    It would be nice to experience them in real conditions in New Russia.
    1. Drew
      Drew 21 November 2014 11: 25
      +1
      and on p .. dosovo ships in the Black Sea
  3. aszzz888
    aszzz888 21 November 2014 11: 25
    +1
    Good news. Jammers will be very popular in the near future.
    1. Penelope
      Penelope 21 November 2014 11: 28
      +2
      Respect to our designers and manufacturers of these complexes.
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  4. Bear in the north
    Bear in the north 21 November 2014 11: 25
    +3
    At the same time, it itself operates in a passive radar mode and remains invisible to enemy detection tools.
    This is of course very nice to hear. It would be nice to look at the performance characteristics of this product.
    Civil (1) thanks, satisfied curiosity.
  5. pahom54
    pahom54 21 November 2014 11: 45
    +3
    "At the same time, she herself (Moscow) operates in a passive radar mode and remains invisible to enemy detection means" ...

    Just the very thing ... And, as I understand it, you can find any armor (and not armor) equipment if any radio device is installed on it. Simply put, as mobile phones are currently finding direction (their location), the same will happen with equipment, only to a greater extent ...
    It already turns out functions not so much electronic warfare as reconnaissance and targeting ...
  6. Aleksey_K
    Aleksey_K 21 November 2014 11: 54
    +1
    Great car. It can be used as an early warning system in the army, where it makes no sense to put C-400. The system will transmit to the remote C-400 all identified targets and, if possible, will try to bring down targets with close means. This will be the military Internet.
  7. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 21 November 2014 12: 08
    +4
    Sly "Moscow-1" - she sees everything around and hears, but because of passivity no one sees it. Such specialists who create such a technique should be protected like the apple of an eye.
  8. vdtomsk
    vdtomsk 21 November 2014 12: 15
    +1
    Moscow-1 is primarily a passive radar (analogue of Kolchuga, manufactured at Topaz in Donetsk), and only then the Electronic Warfare Station. Read: http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-770.html


    TTX complex:
    Battle crew - 4 people

    The number of subscribers of information about goals - 9
    Target detection range - up to 400 km
    Sector of review - 360 degrees
    deployment time of complex facilities - 45 min
    Operating temperature - from -40 to + 50 degrees C

    Modifications:
    - complex "Moscow-1" with models 1L265 and 1L266 - probably the basic model for the Russian Armed Forces.

    - complex "Moscow-1E" with models 1L265E and 1L266E - export version of the complex.

    Status: Russia
    - 2010 - the automated command post 1L267 is publicly shown at the exhibition IMDS-2010 in St. Petersburg.
    - December 2013, 10 - supplies of the first RER complex to the Armed Forces were announced.
  9. Sergey-72
    Sergey-72 21 November 2014 12: 23
    0
    We must also come up with such a system with the function of returning the rocket, the projectile to its owner, that’s going to be great wassat
  10. Sasha_Bykov
    Sasha_Bykov 21 November 2014 12: 26
    0
    yes names of course wink good
  11. Vita_vko
    Vita_vko 21 November 2014 12: 26
    +1
    Such systems can perfectly complement the air defense system. Model studies show that the effectiveness of air defense systems increases by 2-3 times. I just don’t understand why scientific schools and concerns that deal with the problems of radio engineering and radar reconnaissance interact weakly and do not conduct joint research. It is at the junction of these two sciences that important discoveries and inventions can be made. For example, to solve the problem of noise immunity of active radar based on the use of passive methods of signal processing and determination of coordinates.
  12. mdwspb
    mdwspb 21 November 2014 12: 36
    0
    It should have been called not "Moscow-1", but "Death to Drones"!