Recently, the Indian Navy has tested all three versions of chaff technology in the Arabian Sea. The Navy has considered the performance after these tests to be satisfactory. After this technology, it will be impossible for the enemy to target any ship with a missile.
The Indian Navy has recently tested all three versions of it.
A technology has been devised by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) after which the Indian Navy will become more powerful. The Navy has developed this advanced technology to protect warships from enemy missiles. This technology of DRDO is being described as a major achievement. Within a month, the Navy has received the second major dangerous technology.
Every need of the Navy will be fulfilled
Recently, the Indian Navy has tested all three versions of chaff technology in the Arabian Sea. The Navy has considered the performance after these tests to be satisfactory.
After this technology, it will be impossible for the enemy to target any ship with a missile. Jodhpur-based Defense Laboratory (DLJ) of DRDO has developed this technology.
DLJ is the only unit of DRDO. This technology is being described as very sensitive. This technology will be known as the Long Range Chaff Rocket Launcher (LRCR), Medium Range Chaff Rocket (MRCR) and Short Range Chaff Rocket (SRCR). It is being told that this technology will be able to fulfill all the needs of the Indian Navy.
How will work
Chaff was first developed during the Second World War. When an aircraft or other target is seen on the radar, small or light aluminum pieces target the radar screen in the cluster.
Today, navies of many countries are using chaff technology to remove radar guided missiles from their targets. Most military aircraft and warships now have a chauffe dispensing system and are seen as self-defense systems.
Technique passed the Navy’s test
The Indian Navy recently tested all three versions of it and has described it as a positive technique. On behalf of a defense officer, it has been told that chaff technology is another step towards ‘self-reliant India’.
The DRDO officer stated that chaff is an electronic technology used to protect Navy warships around the world from enemy radar and radio frequency (RF) missiles.
This technology is even more important because a small amount of chaf is deployed in the air to destroy enemy missiles for the protection of warships. DRDO and Indian Navy have been congratulated on behalf of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.
Missile will be tracked in the sea
Within a month, the Indian Navy has found a technology that is fatal. A similar technology was tested for the Indian Navy in March. The Navy is soon going to get such a weapon, after which it will be able to fully respond to any glare of China and Pakistan in the sea.
The Navy will soon be equipped with INS Dhruv. INS Dhruv means the weapon after which the Navy can track the nuclear missile from the enemy’s satellite and also to detect the incoming ballistic missile.
Apart from this, INS Dhruv will also be able to detect land-based satellites. Defense experts are calling it an important role-playing weapon in India’s anti-ballistic missile capability.
Navy will be equipped with INS Dhruv
INS Dhruv or VC11184 Surveillance Ship is a research vessel and range detection ship of missile. It has been built by Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL).
The ship is equipped with a capability to assemble to electronic intelligence. This ship was earlier known only by the number received from the shipyard.
The ship will be used to support India’s strategic weapons and anti-ballistic missiles by tracking satellites and missiles.
Made under secret mission
The Indian Navy’s ship will be operated by the National Technical Research Organization (NTRO) and the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).
The development work on this ship and all the information related to it was kept very secret. There were reports of its C-trials in early 2019. It was inducted into the Navy in October 2020 without commissioning ceremonies.
According to official sources, the ship is yet to be commissioned in the Navy. As soon as this ship is operational, India, America, China, France and Russia will fall into the category.
These countries already have such ships. The Chinese Navy is currently active in the Indo-Pacific region and India is its focal point. INS Dhruv is a means of putting brakes on the rising footsteps of the Chinese Navy.
Delhi, Mumbai will be safe from every attack
This 15,000-tonne ship will strengthen India’s defense circle in the Indian Ocean. It will also work to fail the attacks of dangerous ballistic missiles coming towards big Indian cities and military institutions. The ship is being described as a kind of early warning system for the Navy.
Sources have been told that the work of final check of INS Dhruv is going on in Visakhapatnam and after this it will be handed over to the Navy.
Equipped with advanced radar system
INS Dhruv is equipped with Active Electronic Scanned Array Radars or AESA. AESA is considered a game changer in radar technology. This radar detects different objects as well as keeps an eye on the enemy’s satellites that spy India from space.
With the help of this radar, the capability and range of a missile can also be detected. INS Dhruv will prove to be a weapon to increase India’s surveillance capabilities by many times over the ocean. According to defense experts, INS Dhruv is a weapon to be handed over to the ECG Navy of the Indian Ocean.
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