Russia could deliver electronic warfare systems Moskva-1 and Rtut-BM to Iran 11511151

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Russia could deliver electronic warfare systems Moskva-1 and Rtut-BM to Iran.
Russia is considering the delivery of ground-based electronic warfare (EW) systems for defense to Iran, said Igor Nasenkov, deputy general director of the Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET).
     
Russia is considering the delivery of ground-based electronic warfare (EW) systems for defense to Iran, said Igor Nasenkov, deputy general director of the Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET). The Moskva-1 is a modern radar complex able to see and accompany all airborne targets at a distance of 400 km.
     
"We are ready to consider a possibility of ground-based EW (Electronic Warfare) complexes delivery to Iran if necessary and should the political situation allow," Igor Nasenkov, the first deputy general director of the Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET), told RIA Novosti at the Dubai Airshow-2015.

KRET, one of Russia's largest holding companies, was founded in 2009. The company is part of the Rostec state technologies corporation, uniting over 95 radio-electronic industrial companies.

The manufacturer has developed several EW systems, including the radar complex Moskva-1, onboard defense system President-S for civil and military aircraft, and the Rtut-BM system to alert troops and equipment to incoming artillery fire.

The Moskva-1 is a modern radar complex able to see and accompany all airborne targets at a distance of 400 km (previous similar radar development Avtobaza could track objects at a maximum distance of only 150 km). Moskva-1 operates on the principle of passive radar. This means that it does not emit any signals, only receives and analyses the outer ones.

The Moskva-1 can not only apply interference, but scan airspace and also function as a control and reconnaissance command center. The system is able to operate in passive radar mode, remaining invisible to the enemy.

This Rtut-BM 1L262Eis one of the most advanced electronic warfare system. Rtut’ (Mercury) is designed to protect soldiers and equipment from artillery fire, in case the artillery is equipped with proximity fuses.

In order to cause irreparable damage to manpower and weapons, proximity fuse must explode at the height of 3-5 meters. Rtut’ affects proximity-fused ammunition making it explode at a safe height, which keeps the troops intact.
     
Russia is considering the delivery of ground-based electronic warfare (EW) systems for defense to Iran, said Igor Nasenkov, deputy general director of the Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET). The Rtut-BM 1L262E can protect manpower and equipment from single and multiple-launch artillery shells equipped with radio controlled fuses.
 

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