Russia to export Repellent-Patrol mobile electronic countermeasure systems

Russia will supply state-of-the-art mobile electronic countermeasure systems Repellent-Patrol abroad for the first time. The corresponding contract to export the systems was signed during the Army-2021 forum, Alexander Mikheyev, the general director of Russia's defense export giant Rosoboronexport, told reporters on Wednesday, August 25.

According to Mikheyev, first export contracts for the supplies of the Krasukha electronic warfare system, as well as the Pantsir-S1M anti-aircraft missile-gun system were also signed within the scope of the forum.

  • The Repellent-Patrol complex provides zonal coverage of territories and is designed to show counteraction to unmanned aerial vehicles at distances of up to 20 kilometers.
  • Complexes of the Krasukha type are designed to counter airborne radars of strike, reconnaissance and unmanned aircraft. The capabilities of the broadband active jamming station make it possible to effectively counter all modern radar stations used on various types of aircraft.
  • The Pantsir air defense missile system is intended for short-range protection of various objects from all modern and prospective air attack weapons. The state-of-the-art Pantsir-S1M system boasts sophisticated tactical and technical performance, which makes it possible to classify this complex as a universal medium-range air defense system.