Russia’s accumulated intelligence and electronic warfare tools also include the deployment of Krasukha-4, an advanced electronic warfare system used to destroy radars and aircraft. Sputnik News reported on its presence in Syria, and the country claimed to have discovered a unique GPS jammer system in a video report of a Russian jet at Latakia Syrian Airport. The system and its parabola are shown with a 6-second mark in the video below.
Since the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, a series of active, passive, weekly and powerful saboteurs have arrived in Mesopotamia: Warlock Green, Warlock Red, Warlock Blue, ICE, MICE, SSVJ, MMBJ, Card brand. Dunwood, Juke Box (Symphony) now collectively refer to them as CREW. This is a clumsy acronym for an acronym. The improvised explosive device conducts electronic warfare against the jammer.
As more and more military turmoil floods the theater, the turmoil becomes more and more chaotic. Over the past few months, the Army and Marine Corps have clearly realized the shortcomings of electronic warfare expertise. Major Arch Messi, the commander of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, said: “We put all these boxes here, but people don’t know how to use them.”
This is especially true in Baghdad, where the electromagnetic environment seems to change with the community, the season and the time of day. A Pentagon executive said: “No one knows how much interference will occur on the ground.” This is the interface between the earth and the air at the intersection of the earth and the sky. The Army logistics staff added: “I don’t know that taxi drivers usually make electronic noises, doorbells, garage door openers, and satellite communications because they have not scientifically identified the problem. This is a normal life plan.”
Even for North Koreans, GPS jammer is nothing new, but the latest tests are certainly rare. If there is no ground interference, it may indicate that the device is in the air, but since the FAA only covers airspace, ground interference cannot be ruled out.
In fact, interference may just be a test bed for new anti-jamming technologies that are under development and costly. As the ability to jam GPS every day becomes easier and cheaper, the military is actively developing new systems to enable aircraft, drones, and missiles to withstand jamming signals.