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Black box with little round designs
Why could not Google develop the photo comparators.
Some development over the ancient college lab level oscilloscopes.
Self-protection radar jammer of Tejas.
lca's mission computer
SU-30 MKI mission computer / radar computer
Digital Flight Control Computer (DFCC) developed by DRDO for LCA.
Indigenous MMR's signal processor.
LCA quad-channel FBW computer
DRDO DFCC – Digital Flight Computer, for the LCA
LCA's Digital Flight control computer (DFCC).
Shiv,This is the digital flight computer of the Tejas. This controls the FBW operation.
Identification of Freind or Foe(IFF)
That thing that everyone looks for, when a plane crashes.
My guess is that this is the OAC – Open Architecture Computer
VLAN router switch?
LCA's fly by wire
or digital flight control system
Indian Jugaad computer running at 5 Ghz speed capable of I/O from multiple consoles at the same time while using the indigenous operating system having multiprocessing capability and which is capable of running the new programming language of I++ (which stands for India++)
its quadruplex digital fly by wire(fwb)
DFCC of LCA under production by BEL developed by ADE/ADA in collaboration with LM.
Given avionics system suite (photo) is built around a modular mission computer also known as Core Avionics Computer (CAC), developed by DARE.
These functional modules are powering the mission computers on Jaguar and Su-30 MKI aircraft as well.
Was this easy? This IS indeed the LCA's Quadruplex Digital FBW Flight Control Computer. Dexy, this one's yours. Others who got it: esskayess, Ravi, Cane-an, JUDE and Rahul. Anons: If you're posting your answer Anon, it would help if you post a name I can identify you with!
BTW, I'm gonna start giving away nice aircraft posters to future quiz winners shortly. Just as soon as I figure out the logistics. 🙂
This is 100% indian?
That's great Shiv. Looking forward to.
Ah Shiv, you naughty lad!!! So your essentially anon admirers are ruled out. Sigh!
Anna University's micro-satellite
Yeah 100%, DRDO signed a deal with LM to test the software in their controls lab. Those guys sent the DRDO guys back at sanction time, and even confiscated the hardware. DRDO folks redesigned the DFCC locally and developed the software as well. The DFCC has private sector hands also involved.
One of the several LRUs o board the Tejas
Signal processor of a radar.
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