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Near-Field Diagnostic RCS Facility (NFDRF)

This is an RCS Range for Static RCS measurements (over 2-18 GHz) and Diagnostic Imaging of full-scale aircraft and other systems. The facility features a Precision Turntable of 40 ton rating, precision antenna positioners, and microwave instrumentation and data acquisition systems for RCS measurements.

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The Data Processing Centre (DPC)

This facility houses a range of equipments and system level facilities for signature studies on Ground Vehicles and airborne targets in Vis-NIR and Thermal Infrared spectral domains. The equipments include Hyper-spectral Imaging Systems, Thermal Imaging Systems, IR imaging calibration sources and climatic chamber, Laser Scanning System, Spectro-radiometers and others.

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Black Body Calibration Sources
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Thermal Imaging Systems


Advanced Material Centre

This Facility houses a Chemical Synthesis Laboratory, supported by a range of instruments for materials characterization. These include Scanning Electron Microscope with EDS, X-ray Diffraction System, Atomic Force Microscopy, Vibrating Sample Magnetometer, Particle Size Analyzer, FTIR spectrophotometer, Spectrofluorometer, and others. It also houses Facilities for bulk production of ferrite materials, conducting polymer and nano-composites, equipped with Heavy-duty Hydraulic Press, Rubber Processing Unit, and Thermal Spray Unit. The centre is equipped with a number of environmental test facilities including weatherometer , solar chamber , climatic chamber, raintest chamber etc.

 

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Vibrating Sample Magnetometer
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Atomic Force Microscope

 

Anechoic Chamber and EM Characterization Facility

These facilities support the Laboratory test and development of Radar Absorbing materials and products. Base materials are characterized by their electrical parameters of permittivity and permeability at Microwave frequencies, and RAM products are measured for their Return Loss and RCS performance.

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Microwave Instrumentation and Anechoic Chamber Facility


Radiation Imaging Facilities for Non Destructive Evaluation:

 

a) Radiography Facilities For Non Destructive Evaluation:

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Radiography Facilities established at DLJ comprise of Film & Digital Flat Panel Detector based Radiation Imaging capabilities utilizing X-ray, Gamma Ray & Neutron based Sources for Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE). X Ray Sources of upto 250 KVP, Gamma Ray Sources of Co-60, Ir-192 & Cs-137 and Neutron Sources of Cf-252 are available for investigations and provides complete spectrum of Radiography applications right from X-rays for lower thicknesses to Gamma Rays for higher thicknesses and neutrons for hydrogenous materials in metallic shields.

 

b) Gamma Ray based Computed Tomography Facility:

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Computed Tomography (CT) is an advanced Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE) technique which provides complete cross-sectional details of any scanned object. DLJ has established indigenously developed Technology based on Gamma Ray Transmission based Attenuation Measurements using Non Contact & Non Invasive Technique. The facility has capability to penetrate thick metallic assemblies & subsystems and provides complete internal structure visualization and exact details in 2D & 3D, irrespective of complexities in systems & assemblies.

 

c) High Resolution X-ray based Computed Tomography Facility ( HRX-CTF):

 

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HRX-CTF is an advanced Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Facility for High Resolution 2D X-ray Inspection, 3D Computed Tomography & 3D Metrology. It comprises of Dual X-ray Tube Sources with one Micro Focus X-ray Tube (240 kV, 320 W) and another Nano Focus X-ray Tube( 180 kV, 15 W). It facilitates extreme high-resolution internal structure visualizations of upto 4 ?m with Micro Focus & 800 nm with Nano Focus.

 

Accelerated/Simulated Desert Environment Testing facility:

 

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Extreme hot desert climate may severely affect the performance, reliability and life of Defence systems, this may lead to failure of mission critical components. An Accelerated Desert Environmental Test facility has been established to study long term and short term effects of extreme desert climate on Defence systems under simulated conditions. As part of this facility the Solar Radiation Chamber and Blowing Dust chamber have been installed, commissioned and operationalized complying to MIL Standards.


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