China and Pakistan will tremble with Rudram… Know what is anti-radiation supersonic missile

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: With this move, India has once again warned its enemies that if they try to mess with them, the consequences will be bad. India has successfully tested an air-to-ground anti-radiation missile from a Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter aircraft. The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has developed the Rudram-2 anti-radiation supersonic missile. The Rudram missile is the first indigenously developed anti-radiation missile designed to target enemy ground radars (surveillance, tracking) and communication stations in the suppression mission (SEAD).The enemy's weapons will fail
Rudram-II is a new version of the earlier Rudram-1, which was tested from Sukhoi-30 MKI four years ago. Let us tell you that it is the backbone of India's fighter aircraft fleet. As an indigenously developed solid fuel-powered air-launched missile system, Rudram-II is one of the best missiles and is designed to neutralize a variety of enemy weapons. India currently uses the Russian Kh-31 anti-radiation missile. Rudram missiles will replace the Kh-31. A statement said that the performance of the Rudram-II missile has been validated from the flight data obtained from range tracking devices such as electro-optical systems, radar and telemetry stations deployed by the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur as well as equipment deployed on the ship.

Know the specialty of Rudram-2
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated DRDO, Air Force and industry for the successful test of Rudram-2. He said that this successful test has established the Rudram-2 system as an important capability enhancer for the armed forces. This missile can be fired from different altitudes and can detect enemy radio frequency and radar signals from a distance of more than 100 km. The missile can operate in pre/post launch lock-on mode. The internal guidance system of the missile allows it to guide itself towards the target after launch.

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