Rudram-I Anti-radiation missile

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Rudram-I Anti-radiation missile

Rudram-I Anti-radiation missile: India’s first indigenous anti-radiation rifle, designed for the Indian Air Force, has been successfully tested by aircraft from the Sukhoi-30 MKI jet off the east coast of Rudram. Leading, which has a system that can identify, classify, and share targets (in this case radio frequency sources) in the form of broad waves according to plan.

Anti-radioactive arrows are designed to detect, track and intercept enemy radar, communication equipment, and other radio frequency sources, often as part of their air defense systems. Such an arrow navigation system includes an auto-detection system, a computer-based system that uses GPS-based object, satellite-based modifications instead. Once the Rudram arrow locks the target, it can strike accurately even if the source of the radiation is dry. Authorities said the missile had a range of more than 100 kilometers, based on fighter jet launch regulations. Since the arrows are removed from the most sophisticated and delicate aircraft, the development is fraught with challenges such as the development of radiation technology and steering systems, without being connected to a fighter jet.

Solar arrows are mainly used to strike enemy air defense equipment during the first part of the Civil War, and in subsequent units, resulting in a higher survival on the country’s own aircraft. Neutralization or interruption of first-level enemy radar, control and control systems, surveillance systems using radio waves, and the provision of anti-aircraft weapons input are critical.

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