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Russia has Tested a new toy #OSINT

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posted on Jul, 24 2021 @ 08:41 PM
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Anybody have an idea ?

Sentinel-1 data suggests that Russia has a new toy which has tested/activated somewhere near Rostov-on-Don.

Still hard to pinpoint the source, but the interference's recorded by the C-SAR satellites are among the strongest ever detected and have a unique pattern.

The rather unique pattern, the strength and a the interference affecting strongly both Sentinel-1 polarisations suggests something rather different than any previously detected assets (with this technique at least).
Could be many things, ranging from a Radar to a new EW asset.

Fast chart showing the value spikes starting on June 4, interestingly the first spike affected mostly VV (vertical vertical) polarisation, the following ones (July 10, 16, 22) have both polarisations affected more uniformly.




Check this link for some kind of description and introduction to this "technique"
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To add, everybody is aware of the massive Russian military build up in Crimea and along eastern Ukraine

But more recently again, Russia has been sending yet more hardware to the region, the build up is far beyond anything needed for drills or massive training

sideshow...
I've been suggesting that "what happens" when Russia moves to secure a land corridor to Crimea, while the PLA simultaneously moves for Taiwan?


edit on 24-7-2021 by TritonTaranis because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 24 2021 @ 08:54 PM
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HAARP (yeah, HAARP) dabbled with manipulating the electron density of the ionosphere. Such things could have an effect on the efficacy of orbital SAR platforms. The idea being that you could mess up their outgoing signal before it even enters the atmosphere, or vice versa, with the bounce before it reaches the receiver.

It would probably be more effective doing it with an on orbit platform (rather than right overhead). But either way, it is not something that would go unnoticed.

We've probably been hiding our assets with something similar for a while now.

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posted on Jul, 24 2021 @ 08:56 PM
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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: TritonTaranis


HAARP (yeah, HAARP) dabbled with manipulating the electron density of the ionosphere. Such things could have an effect on the efficacy of orbital SAR platforms. The idea being that you could mess up their outgoing signal before it even enters the atmosphere, or vice versa, with the bounce before it reaches the receiver.

It would probably be more effective doing it with an on orbit platform (rather than right overhead). But either way, it is not something that would go unnoticed.

We've probably been hiding our assets with something similar for a while now.


Wow thanks Phage makes sense

i was thinking perhaps something along the lines of EW perhaps to do with their new S-500

That region is sure heating up

for those who want to see the more recent build up

twitter.com...
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posted on Jul, 25 2021 @ 02:11 PM
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Isn't this about the same location as the infamous old Duga Radar system from the 70's? The "Russian Woodpecker" as many amateur radio folks called it.

I'd heard that they refurbished some of the Duga sites, but nobody really seems to know why. I wonder if they repurposed them? The original Duga system operated between 7 Hz and 19 MHz, well below the 5+ GHz frequencies messing with these satellites, but maybe they hung some new gear off of those massive arrays.


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posted on Jul, 25 2021 @ 05:48 PM
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What Triton posted of location:


What you posted as far a the Duga sites: Duga Radar system


Pretty interesting.



edit on 25-7-2021 by Bigburgh because: (no reason given)




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