Physical Sciences


Radomes for Air Borne and Weather Applications


Earth, Atmosphere & Environment Sciences, Physical Sciences

Focus Area:

Airborne Nose Radome

Social Benefits:

Cost-effective wet layup and Room Temp. vacuum bag moulding process has been adopted, The Radome is designed to withstand 250 km/h wind speed with gusts upto 300 km/h.

Developing Agency:

CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology (NAL), Chandigarh

Technology Readiness Index:

Market Launch

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Brief Description

Description :

Airborne Nose Radome for fire control radar of Jaguar Maritime Fighter Aircraft fleet (IAF).Ground Based Radomes for protection of Doppler Weather Radars of IMD which includes the Indian coastline hilly regions of the North-East.

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