RudraM series air to surface missiles / aeroballistic missile

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This thread is for air launched RudraM series missiles which includes aeroballistic missiles.

RudraM-I ( NGARM )

Anti radiation missile
Supersonic
Dual pulse rocket propulsion
<600 kg weight
60 kg warhead
15-200 km range
MMW seeker + PHH + INS-GPS

RudraM-II/RudraM-IIA ( information as of date )

Air to surface aeroballistic missile
Supersonic
700 kg weight
330 km range
200 kg warhead ( PCB/PF/? )
IIR seeker

RudraM-III ( information as of date )

Air to surface aeroballistic missile
High supersonic
1.6 ton weight
550km range
 
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This thread is for air launched RudraM series missiles which includes aeroballistic missiles.

RudraM-I ( NGARM )

Anti radiation missile
Supersonic
Dual pulse rocket propulsion
<600 kg weight
60 kg warhead
15-200 km range
MMW seeker + PHH + INS-GPS

RudraM-II/RudraM-IIA ( information as of date )

Air to surface aeroballistic missile
Supersonic
700 kg weight
330 km range
200 kg warhead ( PCB/PF/? )
IIR seeker
Tunnel Rush
RudraM-III ( information as of date )

Air to surface aeroballistic missile
High supersonic
1.6 ton weight
550km range
While the Rudram-1 NG-ARM is designed to eliminate X-band target engagement radars used by ground-based SHORADS, the Rudram-2 NG-ARM is intended to eliminate L-band and S-band gapfiller radars used by MR-SAM systems. Both of these radars are used to fill up gaps in coverage. The low-band long-range airspace surveillance radars are the targets of the Rudram-3 ARM, which is designed to destroy them. Rudram-1 will therefore be responsible for the destruction of HQ-17A-type SHORADS, Rudram-2 will be responsible for the destruction of LY-80E LOMADS, and Rudram-3 will be responsible for the destruction of LR-SAMs such as HQ-9 HIMADS.
 

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