Ruselectronics holding of Rostec State Corporation demonstrates an exports version of the updated automated remote radio monitoring system at the International Maritime Defence Show in Kronstadt. The system is able to detect enemy radio sources beyond the radio horizon, in particular, when enemy electronic warfare systems are involved.
ChVA-001-04RP-E system has been designed by the engineers from Vektor Research Institute. The system may be installed both stationary and on mobile carriers – ships, wheeled and tracked vehicles – due to low maximum power consumption up to 1000W.
“Capabilities of the system ensure detection and analysis of signals with complex time-and-frequency structure, allow to track and locate radio sources and enter them into an electronic map. Due to the use of advanced signal processing components and solutions, the radio source detection range has been increased. And the flexible design enables the system to be used on fixed and mobile carriers,” said Sergey Skorykh, General Director of Vector Research Institute.
The equipment is capable of operating in the frequency range from 300Mhz to 18GHZ with a simultaneous survey band of 500MHz. A steerable antenna ensures monitoring within a 360 degree sector.
The international Maritime Defence Show is held from 21 to 25 June, 2023, at the congress and exhibition center of the Naval Glory Museum (Kronstadt).