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Russia to repel small drones

17th January 2017 - 10:58 GMT | by Alexander Mladenov in Sofia


Moscow-based NTTs REB company has revealed a new mobile jammer designed to counter drones which is set to be taken in service by the Russian military. 

It is capable for operating in all weathers, including in extremely cold conditions in the Arctic. Named Repellent, it can generate directional or so-called creeping barrier jamming signals at ranges exceeding 30km. 

In addition to the drones in the air, the jamming signal can be also targeted at their ground control stations, inhibiting the navigation and telemetry functions, at distances of up to 10km. 

The system is mounted on the chassis of a MAZ-6317

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Alexander Mladenov


Alexander Mladenov

Alexander Mladenov is a Shephard correspondent based in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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