Problems with Stralink in Ukraine linked to the action of the Russian "Murmansk-BN"

The Ukrainian military, in the course of countering the NMD, uses the Starlink satellite communication system, which provides the transfer of various kinds of data and the exchange of information in real time between units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Starlink, in particular, helped organize the operations of the Ukrainian special forces and sent air and sea drones to carry out strikes in the Crimea and Donbass.

However, since the end of September, there has been serious interference in the Starlink satellite network with "blind spots" over Ukraine. NATO also confirms the existence of deficiencies in the functioning of Starlink. According to the Algerian resource Menadefense, this may be due to the use by the Russian side of the Murmansk-BN and Tirada electronic warfare systems, which have already demonstrated their effectiveness during the special operation.

This forced the North Atlantic Alliance to turn to its eastern members, formerly part of the Warsaw Pact, with a request to transfer the old Soviet TA-57 wired devices to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Meanwhile, due to Starlink's problems in Ukraine, Elon Musk had to postpone the IPO date to 2025. Earlier, the shares of Tesla's parent company fell after disagreements between its founder and official Washington over the Ukrainian events.
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  1. Ugens Offline Ugens
    Ugens (Victor) 21 November 2022 13: 28
    The Algerian resource Menadefense is a very authoritative source that is aware of the problems of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. )
  2. Blast Offline Blast
    Blast (Vladimir) 21 November 2022 14: 41
    I don’t know how Tirada is, but Murmansk-BN is a short-wave “unit” and hardly has anything to do with jamming satellites.
  3. calligrapher Lev_Nikolaevich (Dmitriy) 21 November 2022 15: 21
    Funny. As good news - so the army of "patriots", rooting for the Motherland, has subsided.
    It's not your job to respond to this..
    1. shinobi Offline shinobi
      shinobi (Yuri) 24 November 2022 10: 18
      And what to react to? To the fact that the news was published six months ago?
  4. anyname Offline anyname
    anyname (any name) 22 November 2022 00: 34
    It is necessary to create an export model with simplified functionality and deliver it to all countries of the world. Then at least there are Starlink satellites, even though they are not, but they will only work on allowed countries, and there will be less than a dozen of them.
  5. shinobi Offline shinobi
    shinobi (Yuri) 24 November 2022 10: 28
    To conditionally stun a civilian satellite, an act of international technological terrorism. Even the Yankees do not allow themselves this, although our military, salivating with anticipation, are waiting for a reason. Nobody allows this, although many have the opportunity. the location was constantly changing. As soon as a decision was made on the infrastructure, it became easier. And then they began to destroy the repeaters altogether.