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The Eagle Igla complex increases the reliability of protection against radio-controlled explosions in 5 five times

Sergey Skokov, deputy general director of the United Instrument Engineering Corporation, said at a press conference during the exhibition “Innovation Day of the Ministry of Defense-2015” that the Igla radio electronic warfare complex (EW) developed by Russian specialists increases the protection of objects from radio controlled explosions by five times.

“Due to the creation of a combined interference (sighting and barrage in frequency), the radius of the“ Needle ”coverage area is five times larger than that of typical similar devices. The device can be installed on various transport bases with a voltage of the onboard network 12 volts. At the same time, “Igla” requires minimal preparation before use and minimal operator qualification, ”Skokova quotes RIA "News".

With the help of an individual “Igla” complex, the protection of stationary objects, equipment and manpower from radio-controlled explosive devices within 100 meters can be organized.
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  1. Maxom75
    Maxom75 7 October 2015 09: 22
    Is the radius too small?
    1. bogart047
      bogart047 7 October 2015 10: 23
      much better than 0.
    2. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak 7 October 2015 11: 36
      Quote: Maxom75
      Is the radius too small?

      It seems that the picture is completely different design. And 100 meters is a very sufficient radius.