Iran has unveiled a new local-made drone to jam enemy communication systems 10108162

Defence & Security News - Iran
 
Iran has unveiled a new local-made drone to jam enemy communication systems.
Iran on Monday, August 1, 2016, unveiled a new home-made drone which is capable of jamming the enemies' communication systems. The drone was displayed in an exhibition of the Iranian Ground Force's latest achievements in Tehran. Ground Force Commander Brigadier General Ahmadreza Pourdastan visited the exhibition on Monday.
     
Iran on Monday, August 1, 2016, unveiled a new home-made drone which is capable of jamming the enemies' communication systems. The drone was displayed in an exhibition of the Iranian Ground Force's latest achievements in Tehran. Ground Force Commander Brigadier General Ahmadreza Pourdastan visited the exhibition on Monday. Since many years, Iran has developed a full range of drones including the "FOTROS".
     
A number of other aircraft were also unveiled in the event, including drones equipped with imaging and laser systems used for disrupting the activity of enemy drones.

In May 2016, Iran had unveiled a new UAV which can be used for reconnaissance and combat operations.

The drone named 'Siraf' has a flying range of 100 km and was unveiled during Beit ul-Muqaddas 28 wargames in the Central province of Isfahan at the time.

Siraf which is capable of taking images and real-time transfer of them has been built by students at the college of the Ground Force's artillery training center in Isfahan.

In February 2016, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) showed the newly-designed model of its longest-range drone, Shahed (Eye Witness) 129, during the annual rallies on the occasion of the 37th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

The new model whose features haven’t been revealed yet to the public is different from its predecessors, at least, in appearance. Yet, it could be said that the aircraft's nose has gone under some changes.

The Shahed 129, which was unveiled in September 2012, is capable of carrying out eight combat and reconnaissance missions for 24 hours and has a flying range of 2,000 km.
 

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