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Battlefield Surveillance Radar Medium Range (BFSR- MR) is a state of the art ground surveillance and Acquisition Radar capable of automatically detecting and displaying a diversity of moving targets such as pedestrians, vehicles, tanks, low flying Helicopters, etc. The radar supports Artillery units by location of shell bursts and providing fire correction data.
BFSR-SR is a man portable, battery powered surveillance and acquisition radar, capable of detecting and displaying a diversity of moving targets such as pedestrians, vehicles, tanks, etc.
INDRA II is L Band low-flying detection radar that caters to the vital gap filling role in an air defence environment. It is a transportable and self-contained system with easy mobility and deployment features. The system consists mainly of an Antenna, Transmitter cabin and Display cabin mounted on three separate vehicles.
This is an early warning, alerting and cueing system,including weapon control functions. It is specially designed to be highly mobile and easily transportable,by air as well as on the ground. This radar minimises mutual interference of tasks of both air defenders and friendly air space users. The command and control capabilities of the RADAR in combination with an effective ground based air Defence provide maximum operational effectiveness with a safe, efficient and flexible use of the airspace.
The 3D Tactical Control Radar is state-of-art medium range Surveillance & Tracking radar designed to effectively play the role of medium range surveillance radar mounted on a mobile platform. The radar operates in S-band and is capable of Track-While-Scan [TWS] of airborne targets up to 90 kms.
Low Level Light-Weight Radar (LLLR), is a L-Band,2D, light weight, battery powered and compact sensor which provides 2D surveillance solution to alert Army Air Defence Weapon Systems mainly in mountainous terrain against hostile aerial targets like UAVs, RPVs,hovering helicopters and fixed wing aircraft flying at low and medium altitudes.
Low Level Light-Weight Radar (LLLR), is a S-Band, 3D, light weight, battery powered and compact sensor which provides 3D surveillance. This radar is with multiple beams and electronic scanning capability in elevation and can be rapidly deployed in various terrains like mountain tops, deserts and even high rise buildings in urban areas to help carryout aerial surveillance at low and medium altitudes. The radar would provide for detection and tracking of all kinds of hostile aerial targets like fighter aircrafts, UAVs and helicopters.
The 3D Surveillance Radar is state-of-art radar designed to effectively play the role of medium range surveillance radar mounted on a mobile platform. The radar operates in S-band and is capable of Track-While- Scan [TWS] of airborne targets up to 150 Kms.
The ATCR-33S SRE is a S band Air Traffic Control Radar suited for Terminal Control applications. It is a fully coherent high-end class primary radar, which uses a fully solid state, fail-soft transmitter.
The radar is interfaced with integrated PSR/SSR G- 33I antenna, providing two beams (main and auxiliary) in S-Band and two beams (sum and difference) in L- Band for the monopulse secondary surveillance radar.
The all weather low-level Air Defence Weapon Control system is a combination of Radar, Computer and Display that deals with the threat of hostile ECM protected air missions at tree top level. It is a highly mobile land based autonomous search cum track radar which meets the ever increasing threat from low flying high-speed aircrafts. It has all weather capability with timely detection, very accurate and unambiguous tracking, fast prediction of lead angles and built in counter-counter measures.
The advent of long range weapon systems and mechanization of land forces have extended the area of operations much beyond the visual range. Deployment of electronic surveillance devices in the battlefield will serve as a force multiplier to enhance the combat potential of our forces and optimize the effectiveness of our weapon systems.
Weapon Locating Radar (WLR) has been primarily designed to locate hostile guns, mortars and rockets causing interference to the progress of our operation. WLR, in its secondary role, can track and observe the fall of shot from own weapons to provide corrections to own fire. A large quantum or artillery deployed on a wide front, coupled with movement of aerial objects, weather and ground clutter, presents a high density returned conflicting signals on the radar screen. These conflicting signals have to be processed in the real time and extract required information for gunners to complete their mission successfully.
Detection, location and tracking of the requisite targets is handled by the advanced algorithms and state-of-the-art hardware. The ability to locate enemy weapons from its round and transmit the data of the required target to the counter fire elements for retaliatory strike before the target is redeployed is the key feature of the radar.
The Radar uses passive phased array with excellent side lobe levels. Radar system mounted on the TATRA vehicle is built to operate in all terrain and weather conditions.
WLR, a joint development project undertaken by radar house LRDE (DRDO) and Bharat Electronics, is developed to fulfill the long felt need of the Indian Army.