The Indian Airforce has operationalised the first batch of Rafael fighter jets that the country has recently acquired. These fighter jets have started practicing the night flying in the mountainous area of the Northern state of Himachal Pradesh. The officials have informed that these jets are staying away from the LAC (Line of Actual Control), to avoid the Chinese Aircraft Radar System. As it can help them to know the frequency signatures of the Jets and can even lead to the jamming if the situation worsens. Although these Rafale Fighter Jets are equipped with the programmable signal processors that makes them capable of changing the signatures i.e the frequency of the jets while training is different from that in fighting mode.
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