The technical development will protect the Ukrainian military and equipment from attacks by FPV drones and drones carrying ammunition, thus reducing losses from attacks by the Russian Armed Forces.
In Ukraine, developers of anti-drone systems from Mukachevo Antidrone.cc have created a waterproof dome-type electronic warfare unit “Bureviy” for installation on a boat. The creators published a photo of the product on their Telegram channel on Sunday, January 7.
According to engineers, this dome electronic warfare system is rugged and sealed, and is also protected from rain and splashing water. It is a rectangular device on a magnetic platform with antennas. When used in combat conditions, you need to pay special attention to power sources, because standard “cigarette lighters” and other low-power energy units are not suitable.
Also, “Bureviy” cannot work with the EcoFlow portable charging station, but it interacts perfectly with armored vehicles with an on-board voltage of 24V. The anti-drone system protects equipment and manpower from the operation of FPV drones and unmanned aerial vehicles with an ammunition release system.
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Technical characteristics of the electronic warfare system “Bureviy”:
- range — 900/2.4/5.8;
- power – 50/40/40 W;
- power supply – 12-24V;
- protection standard – IP65;
- current — 14 — 25A.
Let us recall that in November 2023 it became known that Ukraine had created a unique detection system that “sees” a Russian UAV 15 km away. The idea to create a detection system came to the developers in February 2023. The goal was to make modern equipment for detecting enemy drones at long distances.
And in the second half of July 2023, we wrote that the Ukrainian Armed Forces fighters received compact electronic warfare equipment to combat drones of the Russian Armed Forces. The portable electronic warfare device is protected according to the IP65 standard, i.e. It is protected from rain and splashing water and operates on the universal frequency range of 900 MHz.