The pictures have been published by Ukrainian journalist Yaroslav Krechko on his Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.
They confirm the information that has been previously released by InformNapalm OSINT group.
As previously reported, in the summer of 2015, InformNapalm investigators, surfing through Russian mercenaries' social media profiles, found photos published by a Vostok battalion militant, showing an R-330ZH Zhitel jamming station which has never been in service with the Ukrainian Army.
Interestingly, the InformNapalm's publication of June 24, 2014 contains a video in which a column of Russia's signal troops is moving towards the Ukrainian border.
R-330ZH is designed for detection, analysis, direction-finding, and jamming of satellite and cellular phone communication systems operated in the frequency from 100 to 2,000 MHz. The jamming system provides analysis and selection of emitters' signal parameters.
The product can operate in stand-alone mode as well as in the conjugate pair, both master and slave under control of R-330ZH. The signal is suppressed by one hundred percent within 20-30 km of an operating station.
The radius of 30 kilometers is marked on the map. The recorded location of the complex near Yasynuvata falls within this area.
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