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Russia has began testing out its new electromagnetic warfare system, which is said to be capable of neutralizing all enemy electronics, according to Russian media reports.
RT is reporting this week that an electronic warfare equipment producer for Russia has been conducting factory testing for the new system. It is able to protect troops and civilian facilities from air—or even space—attacks.
A source close to the matter said the new system “maintains automated real-time intelligence data exchange with the airspace defense task force” when it is integrated by air defense systems.
Radio-Electronic Technologies Concern, or KRET, which is a subsidy of State Corporation Rostec, told news agency TASS that the tests will be completed by the end of the year.
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