Russian Army receives Borisoglebsk-2 EW system
The Russian Army's Eastern Military District motorised rifle unit has been equipped with the new Borisoglebsk-2 EW system, the Russian Ministry of Defence announced on 10 January.
The vehicle-mounted Borisoglebsk-2 EW system performs frequency scanning for hostile RF emissions, providing radio intelligence and electronic jamming over an extended frequency range. It can jam the control channels of UAS and radio-controlled landmines.
The unit's personnel have already undergone training on the new system.
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