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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
    1. Repellent-1 anti-drone system








    2. Aistenok Portable mortar locating radar



    Functions:
    • locates 81-120mm mortars from detecting and tracking the flight path of a mortar bomb;
    • upports fire of 81-120mm mortars along the flight path of a mortar bomb;
    • locates moving tank-type ground targets;
    • monitors fire of 122-155mm guns from shell bursts.

    3. Fara-VR Upgraded man-portable battlefield surveillance radar with a panoramic display



    Mission:

    The radar is designed to detect moving ground targets (people and vehicles) at any time of day and year, transmit the target data to external users in automatic mode, as well as to aim mounted automatic small arms at the target.

    The radar provides:
    • automatic space surveillance in the search sector;
    • detection of moving targets;
    • rough determination of target coordinates, target trajectory storage.

    Features:
    • generation of audible and visual alarm signals when a target is detected within the protected border or area of interest;
    • simultaneous automatic tracking of at least 3 targets with the determination of their coordinates, speed and direction of movement with the capability to automatically identify the type of target (human or vehicle);
    • built-in operator training to acquire combat skills and obtain the necessary information about radar operation features;
    • built-in performance monitoring of the radar and its components.
    Now we can use our own drones and build them in a way that even these systems can't detect .

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    • Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post

      Now we can use our own drones and build them in a way that even these systems can't detect .
      I doubt it! If there is radio communication it will be out of question.
      The only way it will be self controlled, following a pre-determined path and shape recognition.
      Reason why the shekelist toys were promoted and they failed the majority of times.

      I like all the toys we got! The baboons should be sweating on all the $$$ they wasted.

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      • Originally posted by burjuin View Post

        Yes...
        Perfect! Thanks!

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                    Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                    Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                    Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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                    • Armenian-made GALAXY military-grade radar covers all airborne objects in entire region

                      13:49, 30 March, 2018

                      YEREVAN, MARCH 30, ARMENPRESS. The Armenian-made Galaxy system is one of the important tools of the country’s air defense system.

                      The radar is capable of screening the airspace of not only Armenia but also neighboring countries.

                      “The information provided by this system is given to all air defense bases”, a military official told ARMENPRESS.

                      The official says all aircraft are mostly passenger planes, training airplanes – the route of which is known. But if an aircraft were to approach violating the airspace, then all air defense units are brought to high alert – a standard protocol.

                      According to Sargis Hayrapetyan, the developer of Galaxy, the system is on 24/7 service.

                      Galaxy is displayed at ArmHiTec-2018, an international defense technology exhibition in Yerevan. The fair will run through March 29 -31.
                      https://armenpress.am/eng/news/928217.html

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