EW complex covered NATO radars and systems within a radius of 900 kilometers

The unusual operation of electronic warfare systems over the Black Sea and Romania was recorded by satellites.

Yesterday, an extremely powerful operation of unknown EW systems was recorded over the western part of the Black Sea and the coast of Romania, which, apparently, were used to suppress NATO reconnaissance and radar systems. At the same time, the work of electronic jamming turned out to be so powerful that the work of satellites over a vast region was also disrupted.

Judging by the disrupted operation of the satellites, electronic jamming was carried out approximately from the northern part of the Black Sea. At the same time, the coverage area of ​​​​the unknown EW complex turned out to be really large - the dead zone was fixed up to the border of Romania and Hungary in the west, to the Mediterranean borders of Turkey in the south, and also to the borders of Georgia in the east. The approximate coverage radius of the electronic warfare complex, or several systems, was about 900 kilometers.

At the moment, it is known that extremely serious problems with access to GPS were experienced in this area. At the same time, serious static interference was observed on various bands. It is noteworthy that at that time NATO aviation was operating near the borders of Ukraine. This does not exclude the possibility that the suppression was purposefully orchestrated.


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