• China will know how to make them better than Russia

    From Lazarus Cain@21:1/5 to All on Fri Apr 1 10:35:24 2022
    Although we don’t know specifically which counterdrone systems are being deployed by the Ukrainians, the images of the destroyed drones tell a compelling story. In the drone war, many of the flyers on both sides have been captured or destroyed on the
    ground, but more than half were disabled while in flight. The destroyed Ukrainian drones often show tremendous damage, including burn marks and other signs that they were shot down by a Russian surface-to-air missile. A logical conclusion is that the
    Russians’ electronic counterdrone systems were not effective. Meanwhile, the downed Russian drones are typically much more intact, showing relatively minor damage consistent with a precision strike from a laser or electromagnetic pulse. This is exactly
    what you would expect if the drones had been dispatched by one of the newer Western counterdrone systems.

    In the first three weeks of this conflict, Russian drones have failed to achieve the level of success that they did in 2014. The Ukrainians, on the other hand, have logged multiple victories with drone and counterdrone forces assembled in just 8 years.
    The Russian drones, primarily domestically sourced, have been foiled repeatedly by NATO counterdrone technology

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