Military Technology from Ukraine

AntonKvertus

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Dear Sirs, with a great pleasure I would like to represent Kvertus Technology Company

Our company manufactures, integrates, and distributes high-tech equipment:
– Broadband radars that can be used by law enforcement agencies during terrorist threat, conducting demining operations, guarding convoys and VIPs.
– Systems of complex neutralization of quadrocopters, designed for remote detection and blocking of quadrocopters.

DRONE JAMMER “ANTIDRON KVSG-3”​

Thanks to the rapid technological progress, the capabilities of espionage have significantly expanded in recent years, and agents in suits have been replaced by “unmanned agents” – drones and quadcopters. UAVs are able to enter any protected area to collect all the necessary information. In addition, drones can be used to smuggle drugs, drop bombs, fire weapons, and collect personal data.

The best way to prevent espionage and protect yourself from unauthorized surveillance and spying is drone jammer.
The “ANTIDRON KVSG-3” is guaranteed protection of your privacy and personal space.

“ANTIDRON KVSG-3” allows effectively fight against drones, approaching the protected area, by suppressing the drone’s control and navigation channels. It leads to neutralization and forced landing of the intruder. We are looking for partners to promote our products to the market of India

You can get more information by visiting our official site Kvertus Technology
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AntonKvertus

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Energy and Critical Infrastructure Protection​

UAVs pose a serious threat to power facilities. With their help it is possible to carry out espionage, terrorist acts at the industrial enterprises and objects of the fuel and energy branch. Kvertus Technology is ready to offer a perfect anti-drone complex to protect critical infrastructure.
Our development of the antidrone system has been tested in different conditions of its application. With the help of drone signal mufflers from the Kvertus Technology, you will be able to react quickly to all threats from the UAV. In our products are realized the most modern technologies of suppression of drones, for ensuring safety of air space over the protected object.
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BMD

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@Ashwin. Hope you don't mind making this a general Ukraine tech thread.
Neptune as a development of the Soviet 3M24 makes an interesting contrast to its Russian counterpart, the Kh-35U, with both aiming for range improvements but doing so in different ways. As the turbojet engine of the original missile was supplied by a Ukrainian manufacturer, the Russians substituted a more efficient, domestically produced turbofan while keeping airframe size largely the same. Due to the greater diameter of the new engine, it is installed in an off-center, semi-submerged configuration as opposed to fully buried as in 3M24 and Neptune.

The latter meanwhile significantly increased length and weight to accommodate more fuel (fair enough, the basic 3M24 is extremely compact). This apparently required the Ukrainians to develop a new booster, which unlike its Russian equivalent is smokeless (or at least reduced smoke). Neptune also has an interesting seeker that appears to use a different principle to the conventional slotted array of the 3M24 (shown on the first photo below, not sure about the Kh-35U). Might be AESA (second photo)?

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Where it gets really intriguing is the North Korean KN-19 AShM, which is generally held to be a 3M24 development. If you examine available footage of it more closely, it seems to be less of a direct clone of the Soviet original, the Kh-35U or a "third way" than a Neptune copy though. It retains the buried engine, has the longer airframe and the booster is smokeless! Since Russia seems to be actively supporting the *South* in missile development (KM-SAM/S-350 and more pertinently the Oniks-like supersonic AShM), aid to the North seems unlikely.

Note: I'm not saying the Ukrainians must have necessarily been aiding NK actively, either. Given its proclivities for cyber espionage and similar shady dealings, there are plenty of other ways how it might have obtained the tech. Consider the KN-24 SRBM which is essentially an ATACMS clone - do we seriously expect the US to have lent a hand here? Thought so :)

EDIT: To illustrate - first pic, very smoky Kh-35U booster exhaust and semi-exposed, short-duct engine; second, KN-19. Compare and contrast with the Nepture photo in Abingdon's post above...

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