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An interesting report:Analysis of electronics inside Russian weapons recovered from Ukraine battleground

tonyget

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SILICON LIFELINE:WESTERN ELECTRONICS AT THE HEART OF RUSSIA’S WAR MACHINE



US chip is by far the largest source

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tooLongInEDA

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Very interesting. In fact there do appear to be some Russian (at least Cyrillic labelling on the packages) devices there.

Those TI DSPs are over 30 years old (the design, not sure about the devices). 35 years ago, US and UK defence kit used the absolute leading edge chips.

Not clear that's all mil spec kit.
 
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