Russian Forces Connect Several Electronic Warfare Systems into Single ‘Jamming Circuit’

The RB-109A system is used to aggregate information about the enemy’s radar-emitting platforms
  • Defensemirror.com bureau
  • 10:52 AM, October 30, 2023
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Russian Forces Connect Several Electronic Warfare Systems into Single ‘Jamming Circuit’
Radar direction finder RB-109A

Russian forces operating in Ukraine have connected several different types of electronic warfare (EW) systems into a single ‘jamming circuit.”

These systems aggregate into a single multi-band “jamming circuit” a wide range of electronic warfare systems for various purposes, operating in an impressive wave range (from decimeter L to millimeter Ka), According to “Russian Weapons” Telegram channel.

Their list of EW systems that are integrated includes: “Krasukha-2O”, “Krasukha-S4”, R-330Zh “Zhitel”, R-330M1P “Diabazol”, “Palantin,” among others.

The Forces use the RB-109A system to aggregate information about the enemy’s direction-finding active radio-emitting means (air and surface) over a vast section of the line of combat contact. It then  analyzes frequency operating parameters, and carries out target distribution between electronic warfare systems in accordance with the required frequency ranges of their operation.

Thus, the productivity and efficiency of the electronic warfare circuit in the special operation zone  increases several times.

Russian Forces Connect Several Electronic Warfare Systems into Single ‘Jamming Circuit’
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