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IDEF 2021: Turkey rolls out indigenous mine-hunting sonar

19th August 2021 - 15:00 GMT | by Tayfun Özberk in Istanbul

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The NUSRAT-1915 uses an innovative method of antenna construction to achieve higher bandwidths. (Photo: author)

Armelsan's NUSRAT-1915 represents the Turkish Navy's first domestically developed mine-hunting system, with 88% locally supplied components.

During IDEF 2021, Armelsan, a Turkish manufacturer of acoustic equipment, unveiled its brand-new mine hunting sonar, one of a number of such technologies on display at the event. The occasion was attended by Turkey's senior military procurement officer, Ismail Demir, head of the Presidency of Defence Industries (SSB), as well as the Turkish Navy Chief.

According to Demir, 'we showcased NUSRAT-1915, our indigenous Mine Hunting Sonar created by Armelsan, during IDEF 21 as part of the scope of our ministry's project.'

NUSRAT-1915, Turkey's first indigenous mine-hunting sonar, was developed in order to meet the requirements of the ...

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