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IAF chief inaugurates EMI, EMC test facility at BEL

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GHAZIABAD (PTI): A facility to test electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of defence equipment and a near-field test range were on Monday inaugurated at the Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) complex in Ghaziabad.

Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC) and Chief of the Air Staff (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha opened the new facility and was given a brief presentation about BEL.

BEL was established in Bangalore in 1954 and manufactures a wide array of products in the areas of radars, electronic warfare systems, military communication systems, weapon systems, C4I systems, shelters, electro optics among others.

BEL, Ghaziabad specialises in design, development, manufacturing and production of ground radars, antenna systems and command and control systems.

The setting up of these state-of-the-art testing facilities is part of the transformation process of BEL into a major research and development (R&D) and manufacturing centre of excellence in the critical field of electronic systems in the country for the armed forces, a statement by IAF said.

This will give fillip in developing and manufacturing products of superior performance and reliability with capability to operate in dense electro-magnetic environment in the battlefield, it added.

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