ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish military electronics specialist Aselsan, the country’s biggest defense firm, has said it delivered a land-based radar electronic attack system to the Turkish Air Force.
It said it indigenously developed and produced the KORAL, the radar electronic attack system.The KORAL is a transportable system with jamming and deception capabilities that can paralyze hostile radars.
The system features a capability to analyse multi-target signals and automatically or manually generate an appropriate response. 
"We are happy that we developed this system, which a limited number of countries in the world have in their inventories, for our Army though our domestic capabilitiespossibilities," Aselsan General Manager Faik Eken said during a ceremony for the delivery. 
Speaking at the same ceremony, Turkey’s chief procurement official, Ismail Demir, also said: "We’ve seen how important electronic warfare is in the recent wars. … We have full determination to continue existing efforts to equip our security forces with the most modern weapons."

Burak Ege Bekdil is a Turkey correspondent for Defense News. He has written for Hurriyet Daily News, and worked as Ankara bureau chief for Dow Jones Newswires and CNBC-e television. He is also a fellow at the Middle East Forum and regularly writes for the Middle East Quarterly and Gatestone Institute.

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