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India's challenge to China: India creates Signal Shield against Chinese Spy Ship Yuan Wang 5 docked at Hambantota port in Sri Lanka


India's challenge to China: India creates Signal Shield against Chinese Spy Ship Yuan Wang 5 docked at Hambantota port in Sri Lanka
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Thiruvananthapuram:
India has put a shield against the Chinese ship that came to spy in the Indian Ocean, with a satellite signal shield. India has deployed four satellites and a warship to counter the security threat posed by the Chinese spy ship Yuan Wang 5 anchored at Sri Lanka's Hambantota port. India is using satellites to monitor the Chinese spy ship which is capable of monitoring satellites. For this purpose, India has deployed two GSAT 7 satellites, RISAT and Emisat spy satellite and Navy's communication warship. Signal shielding was done using the Kautilya electronic intelligence package on the Emisat satellite.


The shield can intercept and deflect surveillance signals from Chinese spy ships. The massive antennas, radars, sensors, data-absorbing systems and surveillance signals from Chinese spy satellites on the Chinese ship can be intercepted.

The Chinese ship which reached Lanka on the 17th will return on the 22nd. Till then India's defense will continue. Defense intelligence has advised the country's defense, research and military centers to be alert and avoid sending messages during these days.

The surveillance activities of the Chinese ship are done with the help of Chinese satellites. The American warning is that it is mainly used for war purposes. Taking this into account, India is taking precautions.

Signal resistance

No message from India can go beyond the signal shield. It will also mislead surveillance signals aimed at India. It will be difficult for Chinese devices to collect accurate data. The GSAT 7A satellite named Angrybird is capable of capturing ultra-high frequency waves. Navy's communication warship has been deployed in the Arabian Sea to ensure its service. Other observation satellites focused on the southern border are GSAT 7 named Rukmini and RI SAT 2 BR1.

Chinese spy ship threat

From submersibles on the sea floor to satellites in space, it can monitor everything within a radius of 750 km. India's missile tests, satellite launches and exact location of surveillance satellites can be understood. The ship can also monitor the Koodamkulam, Kalpakkam Nuclear Power Plants, Sriharikota Rocket Plant and strategic Navy and air bases.

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