Krasukha-2/4 at Engineering Technologies 2014
|Type||Electronic Counter Measure system|
|Place of origin||Russia|
|Used by||Russian Federation|
|Manufacturer||KRET corporation, |
BAZ (for wheeled platform of Krasukha-4)
|Variants||1L269 Krasukha-2 |
|* Krasukha-2: 250 km
The Krasukha (Красуха) is a mobile, ground-based, electronic warfare (EW) system. This system is produced by the KRET corporation on different wheeled platforms. The Krasukha's primary targets are airborne radio-electronics (such as UAVs) and airborne systems guided by radar. The Krasukha has multiple applications in the Russian Armed Forces.
Krasukha-2[edit | edit source]
The Krasukha-2 is intended to jam AWACS at ranges of up to 250 kilometres (160 mi). The Krasukha-2 is also able to jam other airborne radars, such as radar guided missiles. The missiles, once jammed, are then provided a false target away from the original to ensure that the missiles are no longer a threat. The Krasukha-2 guards mobile high priority targets such as the 9K720 Iskander SRBM.
Krasukha-4[edit | edit source]
The Krasukha-4 broadband multifunctional jamming station is mounted on a BAZ-6910-022 four-axle-chassis. Like the Krasukha-2, the Krasukha-4 counters AWACS and other airborne radar systems. The Krasukha-4 has the range to effectively disrupting low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites and can cause permanent damage to targeted radio-electronic devices. Ground based radars are also a viable target for the Krasukha-4.
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References[edit | edit source]
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- Axe, David (October 21, 2017). "The jammer can disrupt an enemy's own signals, potentially preventing ground-based controllers from steering their drones via satellite.". Vice News. https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/ywbwaj/russian-army-specialized-drone-hunters-krasukha-jammer. "Russia deployed Krasukha systems to Syria in an effort to form a sort of electronic shield over Russian and allied forces in the country."
- Varfolomeeva, Anna (May 1, 2018). "Signaling strength: Russia’s real Syria success is electronic warfare against the US". https://thedefensepost.com/2018/05/01/russia-syria-electronic-warfare/.
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