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The DRDO-developed Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missile (QRSAM) has been further finetuned, and changes suggested by the Army have been incorporated, after technical glitches in its four-walled, 360-degree coverage onboard radars failed to detect Helicopter at Minimum range due to elevated angle.

According to a report in “The Hindu,” the DRDO plans to test the QRSAM again in the summer of April, incorporating minor technical changes that officials claim have fixed a performance shortfall discovered during previous developmental trials.

Bhanu Prakash Srivastava, CMD of Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronics (BEL), recently confirmed that QRSAM has cleared all user trials and that BEL expects orders for the system next fiscal year.

QRSAM, which will replace the Russian OSA-AK weapon, was developed at a cost of Rs 476.43 after four years of delays.

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