Western media are increasingly paying attention to the important role played by electronic means in the war in Ukraine. For example, The New York Times recently published an article titled “The Invisible War in Ukraine Being Fought Over Radio Waves”. The journalists note that electronic warfare is quietly changing the course of the conflict and forcing engineers to constantly adapt. Particular attention is paid to the use of radio signals to interfere with enemy communications and counteract the use of guided weapons.
The article mentions in particular that INFOZAKHYST is working on a project to create a means to detect and identify enemy air defense radar systems. In this context, Yaroslav Kalinin noted that “Russian air defense radars are not as easy to replace as tanks. But if enough of them are destroyed, it could be a turning point in the war.”
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