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Продолжение "импортозамещения" в российской военной микроэлектронике

Ранее писал про посадку Пособилова. Но на этом, естественно, дело не кочилось.

Сводка очередных попыток добыть желанные сигнальные процессоры, ЦАП, АЦП, и прочие ништяки для радаров и ракет. Почему-то тащат не из Китая, где, по сведениям, делают всю микроэлектронику. Там помимо России еще много про Иран, Китай и некоторых других. Аналогичная сводка за 2019 год.

Некий Питер Цуккарелли, в погоне за длинным долларом решил нелегально экспортировать радиационно-защищенные американские микросхемы на полтора миллиона долларов в Россию и Китай.

Integrated Circuits to Russia and China - On Aug. 3, 2017, in the Eastern District of Texas, Peter Zuccarelli pleaded guilty to conspiring to smuggle and illegally export radiation hardened integrated circuits (RHICs) from the United States, for use in the space programs of China and Russia. Zuccarelli received these orders from his co-conspirator, as well as payment of approximately $1.5 million to purchase the RHICs for the Chinese and Russian customers.

Бедный болгарин решил обогатиться и контрабандой экспортировать в Россию мимо санкций быстродействующую память, чипы синхронизации и аналого-цифровые преобразователи.

Memory Chip Modules to Russia - On July 19, 2017, in the District of Colorado, an indictment was unsealed charging Bulgarian citizen Tsvetan Kanev with smuggling and violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA). Kanev unlawfully and willfully attempted to export static random access memory multi-chip modules, clock drivers (used to optimize timing of high performance microprocessors and communications systems), and multiple analog-to-digital converters.

Супруги Наум и Ирина Морговские решили помочь российским военным и экспортировали фотоумножители и объективы для прицелов и систем ночного видения.

Night Vision Components to Russia - On April 27, 2017, in the Northern District of California, Naum Morgovsky and Irina Morgovsky were charged for their respective roles in an alleged scheme to export components for the production of night vision rifle scopes in violation of the Arms Export Control Naum and Irina Morgovsky owned night vision businesses in the United States and purchased numerous scope components including image intensifier tubes and lenses.

Тут вот ребята получили американское гражданство, но Порше почему-то к паспорту не прилагалось. Они решили это дело поправить. А может, просто были патриоты, кто ж их разберет. Но собрались и стали возить в Россию все те же цифро-аналоговые и аналого-цифровые преобразователи и сигнальные процессоры. Сердце, так сказать, и гордость ПВО, радаров истребителей и прочих средств радиоэлектронной борьбы. Ордер на арест.

Cutting-Edge Microelectronics to Russia – On Dec. 6, 2016, in the Eastern District of New York, Alexey Barysheff of Brooklyn, New York, a naturalized citizen of the United States, was arrested on federal charges of illegally exporting controlled technology from the United States to end-users in Russia. The complaints allege that Barysheff, Karpenko, Krutilin, and others were involved in a conspiracy to obtain cutting-edge microelectronics from manufacturers and suppliers located within the United States and to export those high-tech products to Russia, while evading the government licensing system set up to control such exports. The microelectronics shipped to Russia included, among other products, digital-to-analog converters and integrated circuits, which are frequently used in a wide range of military systems, including radar and surveillance systems, missile guidance systems and satellites.

Некий Валерий Космачев, видимо, не слишком финансово готовый к выходу на пенсию, решил поправить свои дела путем вывоза америкинских микросхем в Россию через Эстонию. По пути еще немного отмыть деньжат.

Electronic Components to Russia – On March 20, 2019, a 52-count indictment was unsealed charging Valery Kosmachov with engineering a scheme to illegally procure sophisticated electronic components from the United States and to smuggle them into the Russian Federation. According to the indictment, filed on Sep. 21, 2017, Kosmachov, 66, is an Estonian national and resident of Tallinn, Estonia. He served as owner of Adimir OU and co-owner of Eastline Technology OU, along with co-defendant and Russian national Sergey Vetrov, 66. Kosmachov, Vetrov, and their two companies are charged with conspiracy, violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), smuggling, and international money laundering. The indictment describes how Kosmachov and Vetrov used the Estonia-based companies as procurement “fronts” to obtain controlled U.S.-origin microelectronics, in part by misrepresenting that the end-users for the components were located in Estonia.

Судьба Наума и Ирины Морговских не возымела эффекта на прочих жадных до денег или просто патриотичных. Или в российской армии серьезная нехватка систем ночного видения.

Night Vision Devices to Russia – On June 4, 2018, in the Southern District of Florida, Vladimir Nevidomy, 32, of Hallandale Beach, Florida, was sentenced to 26 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, for conspiring to export illegally military-grade night vision and thermal vision devices and ammunition primers to Russia.
Tags: воры, микроэлектроника, оборона
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