Ukraine developed a mobile anti-drone pulsed radiation system
KYIV, ($1=27.72 Ukrainian Hryvnia) – Ukrainian experts have developed a pulsed radiation generator to combat drones [UAVs], learned BulgarianMilitary.com, referring to the mil.in.ua.
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As part of the creation of means to combat unmanned aerial vehicles, the design bureau “South” has developed a generator of pulsed electromagnetic radiation, the state-owned company said.
During field tests in 2021, the UAV’s electromagnetic countermeasure system proved its effectiveness. The complex is placed in a transport container, can be moved by truck or deployed in a stationary position to protect the desired object from small drones.
The test shots demonstrated the ability to fight a quadcopter UAV. The system uses bursts of directed intense electromagnetic waves to immediately deactivate the electronics of small unmanned aerial vehicles.
At the moment, the design of the pulse generator of electromagnetic radiation for its improvement is being completed.
We remind you that the design bureau “South” is developing an innovative anti-aircraft missile system “Kilchen” with the ability to hit targets at a distance of 280 km. The system is based on the principles of network and datacentres in control and machine learning. It will use flashing command posts.
According to the head of the design department “South” Valeri Perkov, “Kilchen” will be able to fight all existing and promising aircraft for air raids. Including those built on stealth technology in conditions of intense electronic resistance to the enemy.
The Kilchen anti-aircraft missile will use an active radar warhead with a millimeter range.
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