Sound Broadcasting as a Source of Military Propaganda
Authors: Vladimir B. Karataev
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The article deals with sound broadcasting equipment that is at the disposal of various countries of the world. Attention is paid to lightweight, portable, vehicle and helicopter sound stations.
Open Internet sources as well as specialized literature were used as materials. In terms of methodology, comparative and typological methods were used in the article, which made it possible to compare such weapons of propaganda as sound stations from the standpoint of typology.
In conclusion, the author notes that there is an almost full range of sound equipment in the arsenal of the Armed Forces today, and it allows broadcasting at various distances from several hundred meters (portable complexes) up to 5 km (helicopter complexes). Broadcasting on an even greater territory is carried out with the help of special sound broadcasting stations, which, due to their size, cannot be placed on military equipment or transported by personnel.