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Richag-AV  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): March 2015
Total Production: 18
Also Known As: Rychag-AV and Rychag-AVE
Origin: Russia
Corporations: KRET
Parent System: Richag-AV
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): March 2015
Total Production: 18
Family Members: Rychag-AVM
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Description: The Russian Richag-AV is a groundbreaking radar and sonar jamming system developed by KRET and designed for integration on rotary-wing aircraft, ships and other military platforms such as airplanes and ground vehicles. This new system is the successor of the Smalta jamming system developed in the 1970s with an effective range of 100 kilometers. The Richag-AV is able to jam advanced sensor systems from distances of several hundred kilometers away. The jamming capabilities also may include other detection systems with the aim of defending aircraft, helicopter, drones, ground and naval forces. The system utilizes multi-beam antenna arrays with�DRFM (Digital Radio Frequency Memory) technology jamming any radiofrequency based weapon system. Richag-AV can be employed to carry out radar-based intelligence gathering finding foreign sources of electromagnetic radiation. An onboard database allows to quickly determine the type of targeted radar finding the most effective way of jamming. According to KRET the Richag-AV has no equivalent in the world. KRET delivered the first batch of three Mi-8MTPR1 helicopter-mounted Richag-AV to the Russian Armed Forces on March 4, 2015. The Russian Armed Forces will take delivery of 18 Mi-8MTPR1 systems by October 2016.

Richag-AV Applications


Support Aircraft Mi-8MTPR1

Richag-AV News

There are 7 news between
4 Mar 2015 and 26 May 2017
Friday, May 26, 2017Russia Delivering President-S and Rychag-AV Onboard Defense Systems to Three Countries
Saturday, May 13, 2017Russia Increases Production of Electronic Warfare Systems
Sunday, September 4, 2016Russia to Test Richag-AVM Helicopter-Mounted Jammer
Monday, September 28, 2015KRET Developing Rychag-AVM Electronic Warfare System for the Russian Armed Forces
Thursday, May 21, 2015Russian Army to Receive Advanced Electronic Equipment
Friday, April 10, 2015KRET Unveils its Latest Missile Jamming Systems
Wednesday, March 4, 2015Russian Military Takes Delivery of Three Mi-8MTPR1 Electronic Warfare Systems

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Grand Total 181
 
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