BEL To Showcase Various Capabilities At Aero India 2015

  • Our Bureau
  • 08:40 AM, February 16, 2015
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Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) will be displaying its wide-range of capabilities that span every domain of its business at Aero India 2015. BEL will demonstrate some of its new products/ technologies, which are R&D capabilities. C4I Systems on display will include F-INSAS / FCS (Futuristic CommandoSystem), trusted computing platforms like Tactical Palm Computer, Wrist Wearable Computer, Rugged Tablet Computer & Rugged Laptop; Combat Management System – live display of software on test bed;Tablet PC and Secure Smart Phone. Digital Mobile Radio Relay (DMRR) will also be showcased. Technology modules like Satcom Modem, EDU and Receiver module for Konkurs-M Missile will be on display as well. Communication systems on display will include the Software Defined Radio (SDR) Manpack, Advanced VLF Receiver / Modulator, Combat Net Radio Mk II, CCS-IV (IP-based test bed), Point to Multi Point Radio for Surface to Air Missile Systems, Advanced Interoperability Communication System, HF Radios, Radio Relays and SDR Test Bed. Electronic Warfare & airborne products on display will include avionics for Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) – Digital Flight ControlComputer (DFCC), Air Data Computer (ADC), Pylon Interface Box –Inboard, Outboard, Laser (PIB-IB, OB, Laser), Stores Interface Box (SIB), Function Sensor Display Unit (FSDU), Multi Function Rotary switch (MFR), Multi Function Keyboard (MFK), Engine Fuel Indicator (EFI), Get-U-Home (GUH); Multi Spectral Warning System (MSWS), Radar Warning Receiver (RWR), Radar Finger Printing System (RFPS), CombinedInterrogator & Transponder (CIT), ESM System (Kite Mk II) and Rustom Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) LRUs – Airborne Integrated Payload Processing Unit (AIPPU), Ground Integrated Payload Processing Unit (GIPPU), Airborne Spread Spectrum Modem (ASSM), Ground Spread Spectrum Modem (GSSM) and COMPASS (Compact Multi-Purpose Advanced Stabilized Surveillance System).
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