The Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) has received upgraded ILGAR Combat Electronic Warfare System from Aselsan.
Ismail Demir, chairperson of the Presidency of Defense Industries (SSB), announced on Twitter that the ILGAR system was handed over to the Army recently.
ILGAR was developed for electronic attacks on target communication systems communicating in different frequency bands. It can be deployed to prevent and delay the communication of target bands or help provide friendly troops the tactical upper hand by transmitting false information.
It has high output power, advanced mission planning software, mobile usage concept, reactive mixing capability and increased mixing efficiency.
Aselsan has previously delivered MILKAR-4A2 high-frequency jamming system and SANCAK electronic warfare systems to the Army. According to the Turkish media, the upgraded MILKAR-3A3 V/UHF (Very / Ultra High Frequency) Jamming System which was developed for electronic attack operations against V/UHF frequency band communication systems has been named ILGAR.