Defence News

India successfully flight-tests anti-radiation missile for IAF

India on Friday effectively flight tried the indigenously-created Anti-Radiation Missile (Rudram-1), which can hit any radio recurrence producing objective.

Protection Minister Rajnath Singh praised the Defense Research and Development Organization and different partners for the effective trial of the primary indigenous enemy of radiation rocket for the Indian Air Force.

“New age Anti-Radiation Missile (Rudram) was effectively flight tried onto a radiation target situated on Wheeler Island off the shore of Odisha,” the DRDO said in an announcement. The rocket was dispatched from a Su-30 MKI warrior airplane.

The rocket is incorporated on the Su-30 MKI warrior airplane as the dispatch stage, having capacity of differing ranges dependent on dispatch conditions.

“It has INS-GPS route with Passive Homing Head for the last assault. It hit the radiation focus with pin-point precision,” the DRDO said.The Passive Homing Head can identify, group and draw in focuses over a wide band of frequencies as modified. The rocket is a powerful weapon for the IAF for concealment of foe air protection adequately from enormous deadlock ranges.

With this, the nation has set up indigenous capacity to grow long-extend, air-dispatched against radiation rockets for killing adversary radars, correspondence locales and other radio recurrence emanating targets.

Not long ago, the DRDO tried the counter submarine weapon framework, in a lift to maritime fighting capacities.

Content Protection by
Back to top button

Adblock Detected