American troops use in Iraq a system to combat UAV AUDS

Appeared photos of the US contingent used by the anti-UAV anti-UAV Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) anti-UAV anti-UAV anti-aircraft forces in Iraq in the Mosul region. The system is mounted on an American military FMTV truck.
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Anti-UAV Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) unmanned aerial vehicle radio countermeasure system mounted on an FMTV truck used by US forces in Mosul (Iraq), March 2017 (c) twitter.com/AlexMello02
The AUDS system was developed and produced by a consortium of small British companies as part of Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics and Enterprise Control Systems. The system includes the use of passive HEADLIGHTS small-sized fixed radar A40000 series developed by the Ku-band Blighter Surveillance Systems for detecting small-sized UAVs (the stated detection range of a micro-UAV is up to 2.4 km, an "ordinary" UAV is up to 10 km ,24/7 Chess Dynamics Hawkeye Deployable System (includes a thermal and television camera) for identification and tracking of the UAV target, and a set of directional high-frequency antenna transmitters of interference (5.8 GHz frequency) developed by Enterprise Control Systems for channel jamming control equipment of the UAV-target, an effective impact on the range of an average of 2.5 km. The system is managed by a single operator from a portable control station. According to the results of tests of the AUDS system, it usually takes from 8 to 15 seconds for a small UAV to be detected as a result of interference.
All AUDS elements can be placed either separately or mounted on a single installation, as was done on an American installation based on an FMTV car, captured in the Mosul region.
Since 2016, AUDS has been purchased by the US military from the American company Liteye Systems, a distributor of the British consortium in the United States. AUDS has aroused great interest among a number of military and government customers from other countries currently testing it. The system also undergoes pilot operation under the auspices of the United States Civil Aviation Administration (FAA) as a means of protecting civilians.airports from unauthorized UAV flights in their airspace.
The A400 series radar developed by Blighter Surveillance Systems is already being used separately for detecting UAVs by the armed forces of Great Britain and South Korea.
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Anti-UAV Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) unmanned aerial vehicle radio countermeasure system mounted on an FMTV truck used by US forces in Mosul (Iraq), March 2017 (c) twitter.com/AlexMello02
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Elements of the system of radio countermeasures to unmanned aerial vehicles Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS). On the right - a module with two portable radar detection Blighter Surveillance Systems Series A400.

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