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Ukraine's Radionix seeks Turkish partners for airborne electronic warfare

2nd November 2022 - 19:00 GMT | by Elisabeth Gosselin-Malo in Istanbul


Avionix materials on display at SAHA showed a UAS fitted with a synthetic aperture radar payload. (Photo: author)

Ukraine's Radionix, which supplies upgrade packages for Russian-made fast jets and air defence missile systems, used the SAHA event in Istanbul to pursue partnership opportunities with Turkish industry.

Ukraine-based Radionix, a developer and manufacturer of radio-electronic protection complexes for aviation equipment dubbed Omut in various versions, was a quiet but notable presence at last week's SAHA expo in Istanbul.

Since 2006, the company has showcased options for modernisation of Russian-made fighter aircraft and air defence systems. 

Radionix proposes three main upgrades: the multifunction Esmerelda radar designed to replace the Phazotron N019 aboard MiG-29s, the NIIP N001 in the Su-27 and the Omut-KM new-generation EW system

The Esmerelda radar can also be used with medium-range anti-aircraft missiles and features encoded phase-pulsed signals, increased range of detection and tracking

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Elisabeth Gosselin-Malo


Elisabeth Gosselin-Malo

Elisabeth Gosselin-Malo is a freelance security and defense reporter based in Milan, Italy. She covers …

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