Russia has developed a new-generation electronic warfare system fitted out with equipment for network centric operations, the United Instrument-Making Corporation (UIMC) said on Monday.
"The UIMC is working on developing promising electronic warfare systems. In particular, a new-generation electronic warfare system will enter the stage of state trials soon. Its task is to suppress the enemy’s communications and control channels in a wide range of frequencies, including satellite communication channels," the corporation’s representative said.
The EW system’s combat capabilities and range have increased considerably compared to the previous versions, the representative said.
"The development is systemic and can be fitted as a combat unit into the automatic combat control system. The system can provide for the operation of other manufacturers’ electronic warfare systems, integrating separate combat units into whole electronic warfare complexes of striking efficiency," the representative said.
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