THE ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC WARFARE MEANS CURRENT DEVELOPMENT STATUS PRODUCED BY THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS
Keywords:electronic warfare capabilities, electronic suppression.
There has been generalized potential of the Belarus military and industrial complex regarding production of up-to-date electronic warfare equipment as well as determined its primary development tendencies. Also, there has been conducted comparative analysis of technical level of presented electronic warfare pieces of equipment with their closest analogues.
There has been generalized information on tactical and technical performance of up-to-date electronic warfare equipment produced in the Republic of Belarus and their closest analogues that cannot be found in open sources – thus, the needed data has been collected and generalized by various open sources.
There has been defined that the technological level of electronic warfare equipment development is in line with world's top class producers. Also, there has been traced the trend on electronic suppression of communication and data transformation capabilities. The global trend can clearly be seen in relation to development of small-sized electronic warfare pieces of equipment to be able to accomplish various tasks. In modern electronic warfare capabilities there can be found a tendency to expand the frequency band of electronic suppression capabilities (from 400 MHz to 2 GHz and above).
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