Video: Review of Russian Murmansk-BN jamming communication system deployed in Ukraine

Army Recognition editorial team explains the Murmansk-BN, the most powerful electronic warfare system and jamming communication system deployed by Russian armed forces in Ukraine.
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Summary of this video:

The Murmansk-BN is a modern electronic warfare system developed by the Russian company KRET. The system is designed to perform long-range communications jamming and was developed as part of a Russian strategic electronic warfare system and operates as a network-centric capability. 

The primary role of the system is to eliminate High Frequency (HF) broadcasts from NATO forces – in particular the HF Global Communications System of the United States (HFGCS) and high-frequency military satellite communications. According to Russian military sources, it can jam communication systems with a range from 5,000 to 8,000 km.

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