The Russians are creating a flying device to relay signals that would activate suicide drones

The Russians are creating a flying device to relay signals that would activate suicide drones

Russian scientists have created an aerial drone that would provide communication between suicide drones on the one hand and their operators on the other.

Russian soldiers began to use it in special military operations. This signal relay device operates at unusual frequencies, and its purpose is to increase the range of operation of suicide drones and ensure superiority in the air over the enemy.

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This was stated to the Russian “TASS” agency, the Executive Director of the Russian “Spectre” Design Bureau, Andrei Bratenkov. While he did not mention the extent of the flying relay device’s operation because the enemy was not exposed to secret information, he only said that the device had been called “Oblachko” (for small cloud), indicating that it could be launched to a distance of 5 kilometers. Then, frequencies different from those used by the suicide strike drone operator are used.

Before the advent of relay devices, there was a constant problem: the suicide drone operator’s devices sent a signal that the enemy could pick up and launch a strike at. While now the relay device sends a signal at one frequency. As for a signal from the drone operator, it is received at another frequency, which prevents the enemy from directing a strike at the drone operator.

It is noteworthy that Russian designers are always developing relay devices and changing the frequencies on which they operate, ensuring permanent superiority in the air above the battlefield.

Manned Matsya Submarine : 6000 meters under the surface of the water An Indian expedition to explore the deep sea

After its successful trip to the moon, India plans to launch a “manned” submarine to work in the depths of the sea, which will conduct tests early next year, according to what was reported by the Deputy Minister of Earth Sciences, Dr. M. Raichandran.”

The Indian TV channel Times Now quoted the Deputy Minister as saying: “An Indian mission is being prepared to be sent to the depths of the sea, and its first tests will be conducted at a depth of 500 meters in the first quarter of 2024.”

The channel added that if the marine tests are successful, it is planned that the submarine will dive to inhabited depths at a depth of 6 kilometers.

The underwater expedition was called Samudrayaan, which means “sea craft” in Sanskrit.

The manned Matsya 6000 submarine, which means “fish” in Sanskrit, will be lowered to the bottom of the Bay of Bengal off the coast of Chennai. Three researchers will be on board the submarine. One of the goals of the marine mission is to explore for minerals at the bottom of the sea.

The Indian manned submarine was designed in the shape of a sphere with a diameter of 2.1 meters and can accommodate three people. It is made of titanium alloy with a thickness of 80 mm, and can withstand water pressure of 600 bars at a depth of 6 kilometers. The submarine can operate for 12-16 hours, as the oxygen reserve is sufficient for 96 hours.

Hedgehog : A Russian military robot that supports special forces

Russian media reported that the Russian army’s special forces will receive a new military robot.

Regarding the subject, the director of the Russian Spektr Office for Technical and Military Designs said: “Our office has developed a new military robot (the Hedgehog), and we will send it soon to be tested in the areas of the Russian special military operation. This robot was developed at the request of the special forces in the Russian army.”

He added: “We will send to our forces in the special military operations area a trial version of this robot currently. Its mission is to reconnaissance enemy areas and raise hostile firing points so that our fighters can monitor them. That is why we were asked to increase the range of communication distance with this robot so that it can reach the furthest possible distance. The robot is equipped With cameras capable of 360-degree surveillance.

Russian scientists create software that recognizes small aerial marches based on their sound signature

According to available information, the new robot is currently capable of transporting 5 kilograms of payload and equipment. An updated version of it will be developed and equipped with weapons for use with drones. It will also be modified to be able to get closer to enemy points to strike and deal with them.