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Radio waves are used by radar, a type of detection device, to calculate an object’s distance, angle, or speed. It may be used to find terrain, guided missiles, motor vehicles, ships, aeroplanes, and spaceships.
Typically, a transmitter that generates an electromagnetic signal and an antenna that emit that signal into space make up a radar system.
This signal is reflected or reradiated in numerous directions when it encounters an item. The radar antenna picks up this reflected signal and sends it to the receiver, where it is analysed to ascertain the object’s geographic characteristics.
Most people still associate radar with the military.
It is possible to employ radar antennas deployed at airports or other ground stations to spot incoming enemy aircraft or missiles.
The Defence Research & Development Organisation in India is in charge of developing radars. This organisation has achieved success as seen by the numerous radar systems it produced that are currently being used extensively by the Indian Armed Forces.
The India Military Radar Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The Swathi Mark II, created by Radar House Electronics and Radar Development Establishment, is capable of quickly locating a variety of weapons from a wide range of many kilometres away.
After utilising the Swathi at higher altitudes along the China border, the army requested a lighter version of the weapon.
Along the border, a good number of Swathis have been deployed, and more are already in the making.
The Mark II can be deployed more quickly since it is installed on a smaller truck than the prior model required.
Additionally, the updated version has a longer range in kilometres. The Mark II may identify nearby enemy weapons and send the necessary target’s data to the counterfire elements for retaliatory fire before the target is redeployed.
Multiple low-visibility projectiles, such as hostile guns, mortars, and rocket launchers fired simultaneously from various areas, can be detected, located, and tracked using the radar’s sophisticated algorithm.
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