Russia deploys modern electronic warfare system in Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

The device is able to jam radio frequencies of NATO vessels in the Mediterranean
08:26, 13 March 2017

Murmansk BN, radioelectronic warfare system

The Russian defense ministry deployed a modern electronic warfare system on the territory of the illegally occupied Crimea. According to Krym.Realii outlet, the system is now stationed with the 475th Detached Centre for Radioelectronic Warfare of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet.

The device, referred to as Murmansk-BN is capable of jamming radio frequencies of NATO vessels in the Mediterranean Sea. It is mounted on chassis of seven trucks, while the antennas are set on four telescopic struts up to 32 meters in height.

72 hours after full deployment and installation, the system can provide radio reconnaissance, interception of hostile signals and suppress the signals across the entire short-wave range at a range up to 5,000 kilometers.

Murmansk-BN was put into service by the Russian army in late 2014.

Source: Krym.Realii

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