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Indian Army conducts Exercise Skylight to test resilience of its satellite communications

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The Indian Army last week carried out Exercise Skylight validating and showcasing the resilience of its communication capabilities. During the two-week long exercise, all satellite communication assets in the Army were activated. Various agencies responsible for space and ground segments, as also the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) participated in the exercise.
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Times of IndiaTimes of India

Indian Army conducts 5-day exercise to test satellites

The types of satellite communication terminals tested during the exercise included static terminals, transportable vehicle-mounted terminals, man-portable and small form factor man-pack terminals, the sources informed.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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The HinduThe Hindu

Indian Army conducts Exercise Skylight to test resilience of its satellite communications

The Army has carried out detailed studies of cyber and electromagnetic effects in the war in Ukraine

2 months ago·India
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Business StandardBusiness Standard

Indian Army conducts satellite communication exercise to check preparedness

Top sources in Defence establishment have confirmed that a pan Indian Army satellite communication exercise, SKYLIGHT was conducted from in last week of July 2022.

2 months ago·India
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Asianet News Network Pvt LtdAsianet News Network Pvt Ltd

Exercise Skylight: Indian Army's large scale test of satellite-based systems

Several external agencies, including ISRO, also participated in Exercise Skylight. The exercise, which was held from July 24-29 in Andaman and Nicobar Island, Jammu & Kashmir, the eastern and southern part of the country, activated 100 per cent of all satellite communication assets in the Indian Army.

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