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Russia developed a military UAVs type identification and recognition system

MOSCOW, (BM) – The UAV counteraction system capable of determining its type is being created by the Vega concern, which is part of Rostec, learned BulgarianMilitary.com according company statement on April 30.

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“The new system is called Egida. It will include a passive coherent locator developed earlier in the concern for detecting moving objects, including those that do not emit GPS signals, a Sickle suppression module and a Cheremukha radio monitoring module that allows you to determine the location of the drone’s operator,” the press service said. concern service.

The concern noted that the new modification of the system will receive new software and a more compact antenna array. Work on it is planned to be completed in the first quarter of 2021.

Special software will help determine the type of UAV. The system, after determining the type of drone, predicts the trajectory of its fall after the interruption of the communication channel.

In addition, the system will be able to detect and neutralize drones operating on an encrypted communication channel, or those that specifically jam their signal.

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Recall that one of the most important elements of the American missile defense system is also called the Aegis. This is a combat-control system coordinating various elements of the US missile defense.

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