- Link Ii System (Ls01)
- Link Ii System (Ls02)
- Pylon Interface Box (Pib-01)
- Wireless Message Transfer Unit
- Spurt Message Alphanumeric Radio Terminal
- Burst Error Control System For Teleprinter
- Hand Held Radio Termina
- Stand Alone Communication Unit
- Mini Stand Alone Communication Unit
- Rugged Laptop Computer
- HF Transreceiver
- VLF & HF Receiver
- Secure UHF Handheld Radio
- Secure VHF Handheld Radio
- UHF Radio Relay
- V & UHF Am & FM Trans-Receiver
- V & UHF Transreceiver
- Secured Tactical Army Radio System
- Stars V 5 W FH Radio
- Secure Tactical Army Radio System
- Stars V 25 W FH Radio
- Unit Level Switch Board
- Semi Ruggedised Automatic Exchange
- Semi- Ruggedised Automatic Exchange
- Digital Exchange
- Time Division Modular Exchange
- 3D Mobile Radar
- Low Flying Detection Radar
- Tactical Control Radar
- Secondary Surveillance Radar
- All Weather Low Level Air Defence Weapon Control System
- Battle Field Surveillance Radar- Medium Range
- Battle Field Surveillance Radar -Short Range
- 3D Surveillance Radar
- 3d Tactical Control Radar
- Low Level Light & Weight Surveillance Radar
- Colour Tactical Display
- Laser Range Finder
- Tank Intercom System
- Crew Gunnery Simulator
- Main Automatic Exchange
- Ural Automatic Exchange
- Remote Line Concentrator
- Electronic Voting Machines
- Tcxo Passive Component
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Pylon Interface Box (Pib-01)
PIB is an interface unit between Stores interface box and Stores for the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) or TejasPIB controls the release of weapons under the controls of Stores Interface Box and the cockpit discrete signals.
Wireless Message Transfer Unit
In CIDSS, there is a requirement for the commanders who are on the move to access the resources at formation HQ's, which is a distributed LAN. In order to meet this requirement, an interface unit called Wireless Message Transfer Unit (WMTU) has been designed which will transfer Ethernet packets over wireless media. This unit is deployed in a LAN environment. It provides seamless integration with Ethernet network. It supports 2 channels of Digital radio. The Unit is also provided with two serial ports.
WMTU is a Pentium based Single board computer with PC 104 bus interface and the add on cards designed using industrial grade components provides interface with wireless media. The system is ruggedised to meet the stipulated environmental and EMI / EMC requirements.
Spurt Message Alphanumeric Radio Terminal
Spurt Message Alphanumeric Radio Terminal (SMART) is a microprocessor based message processing and Transmission equipment for field use. The terminal provides reliable burst transmission capability to reduce radio channel occupancy time with in reduction in probability of interference and jamming.
Messages are prepared 'off air' with the alphanumeric keyboard and display unit of the equipment and can be checked and edited. The terminal supports both free and formatted text messages. The equipment uses a powerful FEC and interleaving technique and is capable of operation over poor channel condition. It also has built-in encryption for message text. This can be connected to a serial port ASCII printer for taking a hard copy of messages (sent as well as received). The terminal can also be optimized for a particular application.
It has a built-in MODEM for interface to Voice Links on HF Radio. An add on VHF Radio modem is used when connected with VHF Radio. Interface with PC is also available as an optional S/W module. This facilitates SMART to handle messages prepared on the PC having relatively longer length and user friendly edit capability.
Burst Error Control System For Teleprinter
The Burst Error Control System for Teleprinter (BEST Mk II) is a microprocessor based forward error control equipment for alphanumeric messages. It is a store and forward equipment for field use. It provides reliable burst transmission of messages and is suitable for traffic clearing links. The equipment is capable of operation with conventional Teleprinters (Baudot Terminals) and VDUs (ASCII Terminals) and PC and supports inter-working. Messages are prepared "off-air" from the terminal and transmitted synchronously in a burst mode over the channel. Message reception is automatic. It has additional features like automatic message numbering, date and time, multiple copy print out, auto print mode, auto repeat facility, etc.
Hand Held Radio Termina
The Hand Held Radio Terminal (HART) is a digital message terminal for preparation and transmission of alphanumeric messages. Its small size, light weight and low power consumption features make it ideal for field use. The terminal provides reliable burst transmission capability to reduce radio channel occupancy time with reduction in portability of interference and jamming. Messages are prepared "off-air" with the alphanumeric keyboard and can be edited if necessary. Messages reception is automatic. HART is designed with SMD and ASIC technology to achieve small size and light weight.
HART is the new member of the data communication product family of Burst Error Control System for Teleprinter (BEST) and Spurt Message Alphanumeric Radio Terminal (SMART), and it provides all the features of the family. It is also compatible over the link with BEST and SMART.
Stand Alone Communication Unit
The Stand Alone Communication Unit (SACU) is rugged compact self contained unit that has capability for high speed, secure data communication through built in encryption method and modems. Unit provides connectivity to 25 different networks each having 40-60 stations.
The terminal provides facility for communication over three independent channels simultaneously. The burst communication technique provides advantage of short 'on-air' time and high network capacity. It has capability to edit, address, transmit, receive, acknowledge, store and print the messages.
Mini Stand Alone Communication Unit
Mini Stand Alone Communication Unit (SACU) is rugged compact self contained data communication terminal that provides the capability for high speed, secure data communication through built in encryption method and modem concepts over existing strategic and tactical communication Network. The system is best suited for aircraft installation but can be installed on land and shipboard.
Rugged Laptop Computer
The Rugged Laptop Computer is designed to meet the requirements of the user in the military, industrial and other harsh environments. These requirements are achieved through appropriate engineering design. The Rugged Computer enables Defence Organizations to process secure military data while operating in harsh environmental conditions.Rugged laptop computer is designed around Pentium based system with two serial ports (RS-232), one parallel port, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet interface, hard disk interface, Floppy disk interface, CDROM drive, LCD display interface, 56Kbps Modem, Standard keyboard and pointing device.
The system operates with a nominal input of 12 V DC supply, but also has a battery back up to support the operations in the field conditions. The operating system is Windows 2000.In addition, provision is provided for PCMCIA type-II slots with the strain relief system. Its flexible design makes upgrades and maintenance simple. With superior mechanical reliability, the RLTC is ideal for use in applications where a harsh or vibration -prone environment would prohibit the use of a standard commercial laptop computer
The equipment LHP 260A is an advanced lightweight 20W HF/SSB manpack portable radio set. It provides a complete solution to the short-range communication requirements in crowded HF band. The equipment,LHP 260A provides Voice, Data, Telegraphy and Flash message communication. Communication reliability is improved by means of Automatic link establishment, which enable real-time selection of optimum channel frequency. For reliable transmission of critical message under EW conditions, the radio provides secure transmission and anti-jamming protection by means of frequency hopping.
The radio can be used with wide range of antennas, including a lightweight foldable whip for portable operation, dipole, long wire and many other antennas for static operation.
VLF & HF Receiver
This is a powerful receiver for voice reception and data communication.It operates in the frequency range of 10 Khz to 30 MHz with a resolution of 1 Hz.It is designed for civil, administrative and military applications.The receiver can be locally controlled by means of the control and display elements on its front panel.This radio is intended to handle the complex tasks of radio monitoring detection and intelligence.This receiver is capable of controlling 99 detached receivers within a master/ slave network.
Secure UHF Handheld Radio
LUP 291 is a UHF handheld radio with inbuilt high grade digital secrecy.The radio set is state-of-the art design, compact and light weight. Interface is provided for Headgear and Crypto key loading.The operator interface is user friendly with minimum number of controls. The radio set is provided with helical and magnetic mount antennas.The radio set has in-built mic and speaker. VOX headgear is also available as optional accessory for hands free operation.
Secure VHF Handheld Radio
VP 333 is a VHF handheld radio with built-in high grade digital secrecy. The radio set is state-of-the art design, compact and light weight. Interface is provided for Headgear and Crypto key loading.The operator interface is user friendly with minimum number of controls with graphic LCD display. The radio set is provided with helical and Tape antennas. The radio set has built-in mic and speaker. VOX headgear is also available as optional accessory for hands free operation.
UHF Radio Relay
UHF Radio LUT 789 is a digital communication equipment that provides fast, reliable and secure communication links for military applications. It can operate in a fixed frequency mode or in two different hopping modes: conventional and adaptive. The transmission security in the network is increased considerably by the use of frequency hopping techniques. The radio is provided with ECM protection. To avoid interference from / to other communication equipment, up to 20 sub-bands can be programmed as forbidden bands. The conventional and adaptive modes of frequency hopping may be combined with high, low manual control power modes. The transmission thus achieved is highly resistant to high power pulsed jamming and immune to partial band jamming.
V & UHF Am & FM Trans-Receiver
V/UHF AM/FM Trans-receiver is developed to meet the long range Ground to Ground, and Ground to Air communication needs with protection against Electronic Counter Measure (ECM). The radio provides Voice/Data Communication with Fix Frequency Clear, Secure in V/UHF band and with Frequency Hopping in UHF band. The radio is compatible with INCOM series Airborne radio manufactured by M/s HAL. It supports a powerful Bite for field maintenance. A host of standard accessories are provided with the radio.
V & UHF Transreceiver
The pre-programmed channels can be recalled but unauthorized re-programming is prevented. The radio set operates from 24 volts NiCd battery. The radio may also be connected to an external 24V DC source such as vehicle battery. An AC power supply is available as an option for fixed-site operation using either 110V or 220V AC supplies.
All the controls and connections necessary for operation are conveniently located on the front and side panels. The built-in test facility is easy to use and makes troubleshooting simple. The entire unit is of independent modular construction which simplifies repair and maintenance.The accessories provided with the set enables it to be deployed as : Manpack Radio, Vehicular Radio, Fixed/Static Installation and Radio Rebroadcast Installation for extended range operations.
Secured Tactical Army Radio System
STARS-V is a Secure Tactical VHF Combat net Radio. It operates in the frequency band of 30.000 to 87.975 MHz in 25 kHz channel spacing. The radio provides clear and secure voice communications. It can be configured as a manpack station with a suitable harness or as a low power static station. It is possible to remotely control the radio set using a Remote Control Unit (RCU). It incorporates features like PRESET, SCAN, BITE, RF power control, Sulk mode, rebroadcast etc. In secure mode STRAS-V is compatible for communication with NISHA operating with RS VC or ANPRC 25.
Stars V 5 W FH Radio
Stars V 5 W FH radio is a frequency hopping radio in the family of Secure Tactical Radio system VHF developed to meet the requirements of tactical VHF radio communication needs protected against electronic counter measures. It provides all modern features required to meet the operational needs in the Forward Edge Battle Area (FEBA) to day. Some of the important features are built-in high grade crypto, secure selective call, buit in GPS with grid display, built in data modem, TOD based reliable synchronization under severe jamming,orthogonal hopping, hailing, cueing etc. The radios are programmable for the hop keys and secure keys.
The controls and settings of the radio is so designed that this complex ECCM radio is very user friendly.A host of accessories such as manpack carrying harness, battery packs to suit any type of climatic conditions, battery chargers including solar charger for standalone charging and variety of antennas suitable for manpack are provided.
Secure Tactical Army Radio System
STARS-V FF 25W
Radio Set STARS V (25 W) is a Secure Tactical VHF Combat Net Radio. It operates in the frequency band of 30.000 to 87.975 MHz in 25 kHz channels spacing and provides 2320 channels. The radio set supports voice and data communication in a secure mode also. It is possible to remotely control the radio set by using Remote Control Unit (RCU). It incorporates features like preset SCAN, BITE, RF power control, Sulk mode, rebroadcast etc. STARS V (25 W) has the facility of having a password for self-authentication and entry to select call mode.
Stars V 25 W FH Radio
STARS V 25 W FH radio LVP 275 is a frequency hopping high power manpack radio in the family of Secure Tactical Radio System VHF (STARS V) developed to meet the requirements of long range VHF radio communication needs protected against electronic counter measures. It provides all the modern features required to meet the operational needs in the Forward Edge Battle Area (FEBA) today. Some of the important features are built-in high grade crypto, secure selective call, built-inGPS with grid display, built-in data modem, TOD based reliable synchronization under severe jamming. Orthogonal hopping, hailing, cueing etc.
The radios are programmable for the hop keys and secure keys. The controls and settings of the radio is so designed that the complex ECCM radio is operable by any soldier.A host of accessories such as manpack carrying harness, battery packs to suit any type of climatic conditions, battery chargers including solar charger for standalone charging, variety of antennas suitable for manpack, truck/ground, GPA roles of operation are provided.
Unit Level Switch Board
ULSB MK II is non-blocking microprocessor based Stored Programmed Control (SPC) switching equipment. It is fully ruggedised to withstand adverse weather condition. It is intended for field use at battalion level and suitable for ground and vehicular installation.
The ULSB MKII is a State of the Art 15 line EPABX having latest operator, subscriber and networking features. The equipment is having in-built operator friendly console on its front panel. Each of its 15 line can be individually configured in Magneto/Auto/CB mode working by Dip Switch settings. However last four lines, in addition, can be configured in Ring Junction /TWT Junction mode for access to Auto exchanges and networking with AREN (Army Radio Engineering Network) and ASCON (Army Satellite Communication Network).
Two ULSB-Mk II can be coupled in tandem to expand the capacity upto 30 lines. It is non blocking switch in both basic and expanded configuration.
Semi- Ruggedised Automatic Exchange
Semi-Ruggedised Automatic Exchange (SRAX MK-II) Equipment is an automatic Telephone Exchange designed to meet the communication requirement of a Army Unit/ formation. The Equipment supports 710 Ports consisting of POTS, ISDN and Trunks in its basic unit. The capacity can be expanded by 578 Ports using Expansion unit.
SRAX MK-II Equipment is state of art equipment based on digital stored program control technology. It employs non-blocking circuit switching concept for legacy network and gateway concept for H.323 network interface for Voice over IP communication. For Man-machine interface (MMI), a Laptop PC with Win NT Operating System (OS) is used. Besides MMI PC, two nos. of LCD based Operator Console for call handling and monitoring have also been provided.
Digital Exchange (DEX) is used to provide internal communication on board P-17 Naval ships. DEX will interface with ATM based Integrated Shipboard Data Network (AISDN) with the DEX exchange configured as access device. The role of DEX Exchange is to provide voice connectivity to the users. Voice Communication is mainly between the users of DEX system and also with VCS Mk-II users on the ship. DEX system will be connected to external P&T lines thus making it accessible to Exchanges on shore directly.
Time Division Modular Exchange
Time Division Modular Exchange (TIDEX) is a microprocessor controlled exchange. It provides automatic switching for subscribers, grid trunks and universal junctions. It is a communication switching equipment for use at various formation levels in the forward area. TIDEX can be configured to have an initial capacity of 40 subscribers, 6 grid trunks and 6 universal junctions and can be expanded in similar steps upto 160 subscribers, 24 grid trunks and 24 universal junctions. TIDEX provides full availability switching.
3D Mobile Radar
PSM 33 Mk II
3-D mobile radar employs monopulse technique for height estimation and using electronic scanning for getting the desired radar coverage by managing the RF transmission energy in elevation plane as per the operational requirements. It can be connected in air defence radar network. The Radar is configured in three transport vehicles, viz., Antenna, Transmitter cabin, Receiver and Processor Cabin. The radar has an autonomous display for stand-alone operation.
Low Flying Detection Radar
The low-level radar caters to the vital gap filling role in an air defence environment. It is an transportable and self-contained system with easy mobility and deployment features. The system consists mainly of an Antenna, Transmitter cabin and Display cabin mounted on three separate vehicles.
Tactical Control Radar
This is an early warning, alerting and cueing system, including weapon control functions. It is specially designed to be highly mobile and easily transportable, by air as well as on the ground. This radar minimizes mutual interference of tasks of both air defenders and friendly air space users. This will result in an increased effectiveness of the combined combat operations. The command and control capabilities of the RADAR in combination with an effective ground based air Defence provide maximum operational effectiveness with a safe, efficient and flexible use of the airspace.
Secondary Surveillance Radar
The Secondary Surveillance Radars are designed for autonomous, synchronous and integrated operation with primary Radars for both civil (SSR) and military (IFF) applications. BEL has designed, developed and produced a series of SSR/IFF systems as per the recommendation of ICAO.
The systems currently offered are ground to air links for mobile/static air surveillance systems; surface to air links for ship borne surveillance systems;surface to surface links for identification of ships.
The following configurations are available :
On mounted: The ground equipment is designed to operate in association with primary radar. The SSR antenna is mounted on top of the primary antenna reflector.
Off mounted: The ground equipment is designed to operate in association with primary radar whose reflector is unable to accept on ON mounted SSR antenna.
Autonomous: Similar to OFF mounted ground equipment except that this operates independently with its own display.
Integrated Feed: The primary radar reflector is used to generate the IFF pattern by making use of appropriate feed system located near the primary radar feed system.
All Weather Low Level Air Defence Weapon Control System
The All weather low-level Air Defence weapon Control system is a combination of Radar, Computer and display that deals with the threat of hostile ECM protected air missions at tree top level. It is a highly Mobile Land based Autonomous search cum track radar which meets the ever increasing threat from low flying high-speed aircrafts. It has all weather capability with timely detection, very accurate and unambiguous tracking, fast prediction of lead angles and built in counter measures.
Battle Field Surveillance Radar- Medium Range
(BFSR-MR) - PIT 530
Battlefield Surveillance Radar - Medium Range (BFSR-MR) is a state of the art ground surveillance and Acquisition Radar capable of automatically detecting and displaying a diversity of moving targets such as pedestrians, vehicles, tanks, low flying Helicopters, etc. The radar supports artillery units by location of shell bursts and providing fire correction data. The radar provides clear, meaningful and undistorted pictures of the surveyed area in all weather conditions and 24 hours of the day.
Battle Field Surveillance Radar -Short Range
BFSR-SR is a man portable, battery powered surveillance and acquisition radar, capable of detecting and displaying a diversity of moving targets such as pedestrians, vehicles, tanks, etc. The radar can be carried in three man packs for deployment to any location.
3d Tactical Control Radar
The 3D Tactical Control Radar is state-of-art medium range Surveillance & Tracking radar designed to effectively play the role of medium range surveillance radar mounted on a mobile platform. The radar operates in S-band and is capable of Track-While-Scan [TWS] of airborne targets up to 90 kms.
Low Level Light & Weight Surveillance Radar
Low Level Light-Weight Radar (LLLR), is a L-Band, 2D, light weight, battery powered and compact sensor which provides 2D surveillance solution to alert Army Air Defence Weapon Systems mainly in mountainous terrain against hostile aerial targets like UAVs, RPVs, hovering helicopters and fixed wing aircraft flying at low and medium altitudes.
Colour Tactical Display
The Colour Tactical Display is a high definition colour display designed for use on warship bridges with facilities for surface surveillance, navigation, pilotage, helicopter control and for the tactical management of the various systems throughout the vessel
System consists of:
The Colour Tactical Display (CTD) consists of two units; An Electronic Processor Unit and a Display Monitor complete with integral keyboard.The Display screen is mounted in the portrait orientation.
Laser Range Finder
LH 30 is a light weight Laser Range Finder designed to measure the distance of target upto 20 Km range accurately and instantaneously, It can be conveniently used in Hand Held as well as Tripod mounted mode. Built-in magnification facility of 6X in the day sight along with Scaled graticule enables appropriate engagement of the target by user. The facility for Remote readout, Remote triggering and BITE readout is provided through RS 422A Serial interface. Modular design enables easy maintenance. The equipment is dust-proof, water-proof meets military Specifications.
Tank Intercom System
Tank Intercom System, R-174 (MK II) is an indigenous version of Russian Equipment, R-174, meant for Inter-communication between crew members of Tank and also with other Tank crew members through Radio. The system is designed for compatibility with Radio sets R-173, and other Radios like CNR, Stars-V And Tadiran.
Crew Gunnery Simulator
Bharat Electronics Limited, in collaboration with Lockheed Martin Solartron Systems, UK has developed an Indoor Tank Crew Gunnery Simulator for T-72 tank to train the Gunner and Commander as a crew. The Simulator is a true replica of the vital controls of the Gunner and the Commander Station. It displays the battlefield scenario through computer-generated imagery to include
The System has the advantage of:
Main Automatic Exchange
Main Automatic Exchange (MAX) based on Stored Program Controlled (SPC) Digital Switching System for local, ILT (Integrated Local Transit) or purely transit applications. Base Module (BM) is the basic building block of MAXs. BM housed in a single cabinet, is capable of intra-module switching and has its own resources for tones, MF/DTMF signaling, announcements and line testing. It can be used as a stand alone exchange with full complement of software. The base module can serve upto 512 terminations without concentration, in a fully non blocking mode.
Expansion of capacity upto 1512 lines is achieved by additional cabinets consisting of only lines for concentrations of subscriber traffic. In Single Base Module Exchange, one Base Module can be expanded upto a configuration of 1512 lines + 128 trunks using two line modules.
To expand these Digital Switching System for larger capacities, more than one Base Module is required to be used. In Multi Base Module configuration, a Central Module (CM) is used for inter-connection. CM has a space stage in Time-Space-Time Switching of which the BMs provide the Time stages. In Multi Module configuration, Exchanges can be built up to 16,000 terminations.
Remote Line Concentrator
Remote Line Concentrator(RLC) can be connected to any local exchange which supports V5.2 interface. It can be connected to the Main Switch or Remote Switch Unit (RSU). RLC provides a transparent link between the subscriber and the local exchange. All the administrative functions, call processing , numbering plan, subscriber features, charging, billing and traffic administration functions for the AN terminated subscribers are performed by the local exchange.
Electronic Voting Machines
The world's largest democracy with 671 million voters went to polls in April -May 2004 and elected a Government of their choice using the most powerful means of decision making in the world, The Electronic Voting Machine (EVM). Exclusive use of EVMs across the length and breadth of a huge country like India came off splendidly and the unparalleled success of this bold and progressive experiment demonstrated to the rest of the world, the country's technological as well as grassroots democratic capabilities.
About half a million of the EVMs deployed in these elections were designed, manufactured and delivered by Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), a Public Sector Enterprise of the Government of India. Today, the Electronic Voting Machines have made an easy passage to India's hundreds of thousands of villages. There is widespread awareness of its reliability and adaptability, so also the political recognition. All these have been achieved through a series of meticulously planned events like exhaustive training to the polling officials, mass awareness programmes to educate voters, especially the overwhelming majority of those who live in the remote villages of India, etc.