OREANDA-NEWS  The Russian electronic warfare (EW) system "Breakwater" can change frequencies, find the right ones and use it to jam a variety of drones, told military expert, retired Colonel Anatoly Matviychuk. He explained that this is why other countries are trying to copy the system.

"The Breakwater is an anti—drone system that has the ability to constantly change frequencies and jam drones. Many stations operate on a fixed frequency, but the "Breakwater" analyzes it as the drone approaches, finds the carrier frequency and jacks it," Matviychuk said.

He noted that the approach used in the case of the Russian anti-drone system is quite energy-intensive, but shows extremely high efficiency.

"This system is also very difficult to implement, but Russia has managed to achieve success here. Therefore, other countries are trying to create something similar," the colonel concluded.

Earlier it was reported that the "Breakwater" saved an SUV with Russian fighters from a drone raid by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He also prevented the Russian heavy flamethrower system "Solntsepek" left in the field.