Russia Designs New 'Friend-or-Foe' Stealth Recognition System for its Jets

According to reports, Russia's United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation has developed a "friend-or-foe" stealth identification system for its Su-35S, the PAK FA, and Il-76 aircraft systems

Russia's United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC, part of Russia's state technologies corporation Rostec) said it has developed a "friend-or-foe" stealth identification system for its cutting-edge fighter jets, according to Sputnik News.

The radar identification system was reportedly developed for the advanced and modernized Su-35S, the PAK FA and Il-76 aircraft systems, said the UIMC. The hardware and software suite is designed to determine the state affiliation of military and civil aircraft, and to recognize them in order to protect domestic aircraft from friendly fire.

Its First Deputy General Director Inna Grigorenko said the stealth recognition system has "substantially increased range resolution, ensured protection from interference and reduced output power."

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