Bengaluru-based defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited plans to showcase its wide range of capabilities at the Aero India show.
The company will showcase military communication products, radar systems, missile systems, naval systems, C4I Systems, electronic warfare systems, avionics, anti-submarine warfare systems, tank electronics, electro optics, gun/weapon system upgrades shelters, unmanned systems, homeland security, life support systems (atmospheric water generator), cyber security and professional electronic components.
BEL will also showcase its R&D capabilities by launching/demonstrating some of its new products/technologies.
BEL’s display in the area of radar will include products/models/panels of active electronically scanned array radar, quick reaction surface-to-air missile radar and other modern radars for automatic detection of first-round location of artillery weapons (weapon locating radar), border surveillance and detection of low flying targets (BFSR-XR and Aslesha).
BEL will display products for data and voice communication between systems, High Capacity Radio Relay, Software Defined Radio — Airborne, Data Diode used to create a physically secure one-way communication channel from one network to another, Secured Tactical Computer, Rugged Panel-PC, Data Link Radio Frequency Unit for exchanging information at a much higher data rate and indigenous Ku Band Satcom for wideband satellite communications from vehicles in motion over rugged terrain.
Electronic warfare and avionic products on display will include Head Up Display for Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), identification of friend or foe for aircraft and helicopters, Drone interception and countermeasure system, EW suite for fighter aircraft, self-protection suite for helicopters, Data Link for onboard communication on aircraft, VSAT Monitoring System, Aerostat Balloon and Ground Control Station and Direct infrared counter measure to intercept and counter threats.
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