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The Indian Naval Station (INS) Rajali recently inaugurated a state-of-the-art Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR) infrastructure, significantly bolstering its operational capabilities. This new system, installed by M/s Mahindra Telephony, incorporates a Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) for enhanced functionality.

The ASR acts as the eyes of the air traffic control system, providing a comprehensive picture of air traffic in the vicinity of INS Rajali. Prior to this upgrade, air traffic controllers relied solely on primary radar signals.

The integration of MSSR technology represents a major leap forward. MSSR transmits interrogation signals to aircraft transponders, receiving vital data such as identification, altitude, and position. This additional information empowers air traffic controllers to manage air traffic more effectively and ensure the safety of all aerial operations at INS Rajali.