According to Vladimir Mikheyev, the electronic jamming station features a laser illumination detector, an ultraviolet missile approach warning system, an electro-optical electronic warfare system, decoy flares, and a control system to considerably increase the helicopters’ combat survivability.
“The system is now undergoing final trials and will soon be installed on all of our Mi-28 helicopters,” Mikhevev told RIA.
The Mil Mi-28 (NATO reporting name “Havoc”) is an all-weather, day-night, military tandem, two-seat anti-armor attack helicopter. It carries a single gun in an under-nose barbette, plus external loads carried on pylons beneath stub wings.
The LINS-100RS and BINS-SP2 inertial systems are designed to determine the location of the object, complex processing and delivering navigation and flight information.
They are also able to determine the coordinates and parameters of an object in the autonomous mode and in the absence of terrestrial, marine or space signals.
The Radio-Electronic Technologies Concern, Russia’s biggest in its field, is a holding company focused on electronic warfare and aircraft instruments, radio-electronic systems and various measuring apparatuses.