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U.S. Navy turn of icebergs in spy ships PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 21 September 2012 17:02

DARPA announced its intention to use the icebergs to be placed on them of underwater acoustic stations- special reconnaissance radars, which will monitor of Russian submarines and surface ships in the Arctic. As reported, the placement of acoustic radars on icebergs will become part of the Assured Arctic Awareness, in the process which the corporation Science Applications International (SAIC) under the subprogramme FLOATS (program on the use of icebergs) will simultaneously monitor both underwater and above-water Russian ships. Thus, the disadvantages of the Arctic waters due to the presence of icebergs, they should be advantage: in the public announcement of the tender for the development of such devices, DARPA has systems in place that could use the reflection of sound (under water) on the surface of ice to increase the efficiency of finding the enemy (while only prevents the ice). In addition, the electromagnetic tracking system should be able to detect radar signals of surface ships (radar used a ship sailing through ice, for its early detection.)


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