A Senior Commander of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Army, Brigadier General Farzad Ismaili, has reported on the usage of a new generation of advanced radars in interception of high-range targets in Iran’s air defense system.
According to IRIB World Service, citing IRNA, Brigadier General Ismaili noted that this new generation of advanced radars have been designed and produced by Iranian experts, including the completely indigenous Saamen, and Shahaab radars, which discover and identify high-range targets in the shortest possible time.
He noted that over 3,000 defense bases have been stationed in different regions of Iran.
He added that Khatem ul-Anbia Air Defense Base, in addition to indigenization and optimization of the previous missile systems, has introduced a new system called “Mersaad” for air defense.
In further remarks, Brigadier General Ismaili, said one of the important and exclusive features of Mersaad missile system is its appropriate ability in the face of electronic war.
Source: IRNA; IRIB