China has invented new sophisticated radar. This radar stealth is capable of detecting warplanes, drones and low-flying cruise missiles. The radar is being dubbed the ‘Terminator of Drones’ because of its ability to detect these weapons that evade technology. This discovery revealed China’s expertise in making sophisticated military equipment to the world.
Qatar-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera reported, citing the Chinese media Global Times, that an arms exhibition was held in Nanjing, China. Last Saturday was the last day of this event. In this exhibition, the Chinese army displayed the radar of the most portable and versatile technology. Special capable of detecting any small and slow-moving aircraft flying close to the ground. The radar can also carry an army. Stealth warplanes could evade the eyes of any existing radar. Now the warship may be caught on China’s new radar.
Named YLC-48, the radar was developed by the 14th Research Institute of the state-owned China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC). According to the company, the radar uses a digital integrated circuit. It can be mounted on all types of light weight weapons. It can work in any weather. It has the advantage of quick deployment or withdrawal. In addition, the radar can detect and follow any object running from any angle.
Sophisticated anti-UAV defense system (AUDS) for this radar. It will strengthen China’s defenses in sensitive areas.
For the first time at the Nanjing Weapons Exhibition, China demonstrates another antidron radar system called the S-band 3D TWA. That said, it is a low-altitude surveillance radar that can easily detect the presence of any missile, warplane or small drone flying at low altitudes.
Special capable of detecting any small and slow-moving aircraft flying close to the ground. The radar can also carry an army. Stealth warplanes could evade the eyes of any existing radar. Now the warship may be caught on China’s new radar.
Even in the wake of the Corona epidemic, Xinjiang has been embroiled in human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims, with Washington and Beijing embroiled in disputes over Hong Kong, Taiwan and the South China Sea. Last year, the United States approved the sale of sophisticated weapons to Taiwan for কোটি 1.6 billion. China took this incident as a threat. Due to such threats, the country has focused on increasing its military strength in recent years.
In the past few weeks, China has conducted exercises by deploying aircraft carriers near Taiwan. Beijing regularly flies warplanes over Taiwan’s air defenses. The country has increased its presence in the South China Sea, raising concerns among neighboring countries. In response, the United States has conducted joint naval exercises in the disputed waters with Japan, the Philippines and Taiwan.