Tuesday 3 September 2013 16:30
Iran unveils new aerial communications systems
Iran unveiled new series of communications achievements, including Troposcatter systems, one of the most advanced communications layer, in a ceremony on Tuesday.
TEHRAN (Asremrooz):The achievements were displayed at Iran's Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base attended by Brigadier General Farzad Esmaeili, the commander of the base.
The technology has been under the monopoly of some advanced countries so far, but now Iranian experts have managed to launch it locally.
The system sends data to the atmosphere through a sender and then receives back the data after it is reflected from the atmosphere. The system is used as a defense communication layer and is equipped with a data coding system.
'Rased 32' (Monitoring 32) system is another achievement shown in the air base which makes it possible for watchdogs to send exact information of any flying object to defense regional control center after watching the object. The process is completed when a key is pressed and the data is transferred with high speed and without any error. The watchdog does not need to transfer the data to the control center through wireless devices.