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Defence Electronics Research Laboratory (DLRL) was established in 1961 under the aegis of Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Ministry of Defence, to meet the needs and requirements of electronic systems of Indian Armed Forces. DLRL has been entrusted with the primary responsibility of the design and development of Electronic Warfare systems covering radar and communication frequency bands for the Indian Army, Air-force and Navy. In close coordination with various production agencies, other DRDO/National Laboratories and academic institutions, DLRL has designed, developed and produced a large number of ruggedised Electronic Warfare (EW) Systems meeting the state-of-the-art requirements of Army, Navy and Air-force in a dynamically changing operational scenario. Electronic warfare systems developed by DLRL have been inducted into the Services after rigorous field evaluation and user exploitation.

The testing and evaluation of EW systems demand huge infrastructure, test and evaluation facilities. To cater to this requirement ELSEC was established in the year 1998 as an extension of the Defence Electronics Research Laboratory, Hyderabad. It consists of state-of-the-art infrastructure to meet the critical integration and evaluation requirements of ongoing and future programmes. Laid out in 180 acres of land, it is being extensively used for integration , and testing of complex Electronic Warfare Systems. Modern EW system simulation and modeling facilities are located inside ELSEC to carry out simulation of complex systems.

VISION

  • Be a Center of excellence in the field of Electronic Warfare.
MISSION
  • Design and develop state-of-the art integrated electronic warfare systems for the Services and achieve self-reliance in critical technologies and components

CITIZEN CHARTER OF THE LABORATORY

  • Formulation, direction and execution of scientific programmes of research, design, development, test and evaluation of electronic warfare systems and in the fields of relevance to national security.

  • Management of Establishment, facilities, programmes and projects of the Laboratory.

  • Render advice on the technological and intellectual property aspects of the import of technology by production units in the Establishment’s areas of activities.

  • Render advice to Controller of Patents on references made under section 35 of the Patents Act, 1970 (39 of 1970) and protect Intellectual Property Rights of the technologies and products developed by DLRL.

  • Provide assistance to institutions for the training of manpower in respect of Science & Technology, which has a bearing on National Security in the Establishment’s areas of activities.

  • Conduct specialized training courses in the field of Electronic Warfare technologies and technology management for DRDO Scientists and officers of the three Services. Any other activity assigned to and accepted by the laboratory through understanding or arrangements with any other Ministry, Department, Agency of the Government of India whose activities have a bearing on the scientific and technological aspect of national security.

  • Provide spin-off of the DLRL developed technologies for civilian use.

  • Apprising and advising SA to RM on the influence of emerging developments in Science & Technology on National Security in the Establishment’s areas of activities.

  • Rendering advice to SA to RM and to the three Services and Para-Military Forces on all scientific aspects of surveillance, support, counter measures and logistics in all likely theatres of conflict.

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