The Indian Air Force is looking for a “handy solution” answer for meet its prerequisites for producing electronic knowledge (ELINT) and correspondence insight (COMINT) by requesting that the business foster another vehicle-based framework from innovation currently accessible in the open market.
The framework will be created with financially accessible off-the-rack equipment and programming and no improvement of specific parts is imagined in the venture, as per primer data gave by the IAF today.
“Promptly accessible equipment and programming is to be utilized to coordinate to deliver a rapid answer for giving respectable ELINT and COMINT arrangement,” the IAF’s note says.
The work of the framework will be to gather and dissect data relating to radio transmission discharges by foe radars and transmission frameworks inside a characterized recurrence range and distinguish regulation of every known procedure.
The framework is supposed to be based on a Stallion 10-ton 6X6 truck having an indestructible lodge alongside atomic, natural and compound security. It ought to have the option to work at temperatures from less 40 degree Celsius to 50 degree Celsius and at height up to 16,000 feet.
Steerable radio wire which can point toward any path, inbuilt GPS for situating and time stepping information, information handling office, hostage power supply generators and reconciliation with IAF correspondence networks are other required boundaries for the framework.
The IAF as of now works a few kinds of ground-based and airborne stages for ELINT and COMINT, some of which have been created by the Defense Research Organization (DRDO) and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL). Aside from other such frameworks, BEL had as of late fostered a ground-based versatile ELINT station for the IAF, called Himraj.
ELINT and COMINT, which includes gathering data using electronic sensors, is a urgent prerequisite in the present combat zone climate as they assist with evaluating the capacity of foe gear and its area as well as give preemptive guidance on foe developments and expectations.