KB Radar to unveil its new radio communication jammers and complexes at MILEX-2017

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Belaru’s JSC «KB Radar» will be showcasing its newly developed radio communication jammers and complexes at the 8-th International Exhibition of weapons and military equipment «MILEX – 2017», which will be held on 20–22 May, 2017 in Minsk.

During exhibition will be displayed the new systems from «Groza» radio communication jammers. The «Groza» communication jammer is designed for search, detection and jamming of VHF/UHF fixed-frequency, adaptive and programmable frequency-hopping radio communication links.

The Groza is intended to counter commercial multicopters and smaller fixed-wing UAVs, Victorovich said, adding that the system jams satellite navigation signals – GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou systems – and radio-frequency (RF) communications – 2.4-2.485 GHz and 5.76-5.88 GHz.

The family of Groza» communication jammer included:

  • «Groza-2» VHF/UHF radio communication jammer (mounted onto armoure vehcle)
  • “Groza-S” counter-UAV electronic warfare station (mounted onto Ford Transit)
  • “Groza-S” counter-UAV electronic warfare station (mounted onto MZKT-V1 chassis)
  • “Groza-Z” complex for facility protection against multicopters
  • “Groza – R” counter-Multicopter radio electronic gun

The «KB Radar» enterprise is an efficient team of talented scientists, designers and engineers, highly skilled technicians and workers. The range of products of the enterprise embraces various military and dual-use radars, systems for automatic recognition and classification of aerial platforms, multifunctional simulators of radar signals and jamming, illegal radio emission sources’ positioning devices, anti-radiation missile and other precision weapon protection suites, radio communication jammers, jammers denying satellite navigation of attack assets,  artillery ammo radio fuze jammers, satellite communication handset jammers, sophisticated mathematical modeling and software.

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