The Russian army will be able to point destroy Starlink satellite terminals

The Russian army will soon receive a new Borshchevik complex, the main purpose of which is to hunt for Starlink terminals. Testing of the new system is in its final stages.

The Starlink satellite Internet system has become a real headache for the Russian military in the NVO zone. It plays a key role in providing communications and command and control units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The slightest failure in the operation of the system instantly affects the combat capability of the Ukrainian army. True, causing this failure until recently was not so simple.

This is what the Borshchevik complex is intended for. It is able to find the location of Starlink terminals at a distance of up to ten kilometers. In this case, the direction finding error does not exceed sixty meters. In the future, the location coordinates of satellite Internet terminals will be transmitted to artillery units for destruction.

According to experts, one of the advantages of "Borshchevik" is the ability to install a direction finding complex on a car chassis. This will make its use on the line of contact as convenient and fast as possible.

It should be noted that the development of the Borshchevik direction finding complex was carried out by the private company Sestroretsk Arms Plant. Many experts, by the way, have long called on the RF Ministry of Defense to give part of the contracts under the State Defense Order to private companies. Because state corporations are often too slow in executing military orders.
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 19 December 2022 12: 29
    Starlink is cheap, plentiful, and available now....
    And thanks to Rogozin and K, our similar complexes are expensive, and are rare in the future ... (discussed at VO)

    The same applies to Borshchevik ... sometime in the future, it is expensive (by car), it takes bearings only at a short distance and then you still need to transfer data somewhere .........
    1. Alexey Lan Offline Alexey Lan
      Alexey Lan (Alexey Lantukh) 20 December 2022 17: 29
      It is clear that it takes a short bearing, because VHF and microwave radio waves propagate only in a straight line. And Ragozin and K are hardly to blame in many respects. All problems come from the 90s and early 2000s, when the military NII-KB and many military factories were defeated by the termination of funding. They realized it only around 2010, but the specialists had already been lost in many ways.
      1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
        Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 20 December 2022 21: 51
        Very much - hardly, yes.
        Standardly guilty .. Rowing all for themselves (only Rogozin's salary \u6d XNUMX salaries of an experienced cosmonaut who flew). Quarreled and disrupted cooperation with partners. They gave promises and they were leaked. They blew a bunch of projects, from a water start to the construction of an eastern one. Well, money, money, misuse of funds, corruption and criminal cases under contracts ...
        1. Vladimir Dashchenko (Vladimir Dashchenko) 21 December 2022 14: 49
          There is no need to blame everything on Rogozin, he came there, to Roskosmos, not so long ago, I agree that he "did" a bit much ...
          1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
            Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 21 December 2022 15: 24
            So I don't give up. Promises: Moon by 2015 - they gave before him. And to Mars - to fly in 2019...
            1. isofat Offline isofat
              isofat (isofat) 21 December 2022 16: 21
              Who promised you this? laughing
  2. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 19 December 2022 12: 38
    On the one hand, it is good that private initiative in armaments is being accepted, but on the other hand, God forbid that private individuals allow their interests to be lobbied in the Moscow Duma.
  3. skeptic Offline skeptic
    skeptic 19 December 2022 13: 02
    Starlink is cheap, plentiful, and available now....

    Starlink is located in the control and adjustment points. If "Borgshchik" helps to eliminate them, then this is the disorganization of the enemy. Such a private matter should only be welcomed.
    1. calligrapher Lev_Nikolaevich (Dmitriy) 19 December 2022 14: 35
      At the beginning of the Second World War, we had such a "disease" as "radio fear" due to direction-finding German stations.
      It's time to infect with "starlingitis" and the APU).
      1. Vdars Offline Vdars
        Vdars (Victor) 27 December 2022 19: 44
        For this, "Borgshchik" is just what you need!
  4. viktor goblin Offline viktor goblin
    viktor goblin (viktor goblin) 19 December 2022 14: 39
    What nonsense!
  5. ivan2022 Offline ivan2022
    ivan2022 (ivan2022) 19 December 2022 16: 11
    This should have been thought about 20 years ago. And not in the "soon" .... in hindsight are strong.
  6. Electric broom Offline Electric broom
    Electric broom (Electric broom) 20 December 2022 07: 47
    Say thanks to Putin, he blew everything but he can’t stop. For reference, in April 1996, Dudayev was taken from the old man A-50 and covered with 1 rocket from the old man SU-24 when he spoke on the Inmarsat satellite phone (a suitcase with a directional antenna in the lid) is quite an analogue of the starlink
    What's stopping you now????????
    So, as some say, it was necessary to think 20 years ago
  7. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 20 December 2022 16: 07
    It is much better to fight on the checkers field in war. And click one checker after another.
    1. Vdars Offline Vdars
      Vdars (Victor) 27 December 2022 19: 51
      I fully agree with this statement of yours.
  8. Adm Hts Offline Adm Hts
    Adm Hts (AdmHts) 20 December 2022 19: 54
    The Russian army can

    not tired of posting everything in the "future tense"?
    this is useless information
    Can you at least tell something in the "present"?
  9. Andrey Andreev_2 (Andrey Andreev) 21 December 2022 10: 33
    We need to find good hackers (in universities, especially in the FSB and the military, they will never be taught this), give them the opportunity to work quietly for the good of the Motherland, appropriate equipment and decent pay for their work))) ... they will very quickly destroy the control system of enemy satellites. ..
  10. aslanxnumx Offline aslanxnumx
    aslanxnumx (Aslan) 25 December 2022 13: 42
    Maybe, but he can't.