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Chennai-based Data Patterns wins Rs 27 cr DRDO order for e-warfare units

The order is for a new programme that will allow next-generation wideband EW receivers to be configured for naval, land and aerial platforms

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Chennai-based vertically integrated defence and aerospace electronics solutions provider Data Patterns (India) has received a development order for Rs 27 crore from Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) for the next generation wideband RF front end units for Electronic Warfare (EW) receivers.

The order is for a new programme that will allow next-generation wideband EW receivers to be configured for naval, land and aerial platforms. The wideband RF front ends allow faster scanning of enemy emitters to enable better electronic intelligence with enhanced detection and avoidance.  The specifications not only allow faster scan rate but also better dynamic range providing better

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First Published: Jan 24 2022 | 4:11 PM IST

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