L.S. Kryzhevich, A.S. Sizov
In conditions of reduction of funding and the increasing number of electronic and кибероперационных calls defence experts have been forced to overcome technological difficulties, arising in the process of efforts related to the aircraft of electronic attacks.
Taking into account the limited defence budget, антиэлектронные system will probably be placed on the large and small penetrating unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). These new design called «additional platforms» (adjunct platforms), will have a «wheel»
(Roll-on/Roll-off – with horizontal loading and unloading) of useful load, which will allow platforms to perform specialized mission with a minimum expenditure of time for transformation. In conventional weapons hostilities or in urban conditions, virtually no ability to protect themselves from unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) with electronic or cybernetic arms.
The drones can conduct cyber attacks, but they are vulnerable to such attacks and the антиэлектронных (anti-electronics) technologies, such as the powerful microwave impulses, and sometimes and in respect of lasers. In addition, the network, which control UAS, sensitive to the effects of beams data beams), containing «malicious» algorithms, which allow to extract intelligence information or illegally take on the role of the system administrator.
Thus, flying over areas that have a high degree of protection, require reduce the size and increase the малозаметности platforms. This, in turn, requires that the electronics and power supply housed in a small, lightweight, sturdy containers. Developers have significant advantages in improving the efficiency of the radiated power, but this is not enough. One of the advantages of, for example, is the adaptation of the technology of radar AFAR for AEA, which allowed to develop small containers, concentrating power in the formation of signals. Above on a scale power is the use of tal AFAR, generating electronic rays as directed energy, which, probably, will be the dividing line between the use of manned and unmanned platforms, designed for the AEA.