The new Russian radar leaves no chance for F-35 or any invisible aircraft

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MOSCOW, (BM) – The new Russian radar “Struna-1” will not leave a chance to the “invisible” aircraft of the United States and NATO, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Economics Today.

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The Struna-1 radar trap developed by Russian engineers will make it possible to detect any stealth technology aircraft, which will make US Air Force fighters obsolete, journalists say.

The main technical feature of the Russian radar trap is that the signal transmitter and receiver are in different places, which makes it easy to detect “invisible aircraft”. In addition, the system can find low-flying objects, which could not do the development of previous generations.

Thus, a new radar trap will turn the latest US developments into “obsolete cars,” according to PolitRussia reporters. They cite American journalists, who, in turn, argue that Struna-1, together with other Russian complexes, poses a “significant threat to NATO aircraft.”

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Earlier it became known that new types of weapons will be specially developed for Russian fifth-generation fighters Su-57.

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Source: Economics Today

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