DX Korea 2018: Hanwha Systems IFF Mode 5 for ROK Military


Hanwha Systems is showcasing its IFF Mode 5 at the DX Korea 2018 defense exhibiton which opened its doors today at the Kintex exhibition center in Seoul, South Korea. As a defense electronics company, Hanwha Systems has significantly advanced the defense capabilities of South Korea's military since the company was founded in 1978.


DX Korea 2018 Hanwha Systems IFF Mode 5 for ROK Military
Mode 5 IFF showcased on Hanwha Systems stand during DX Korea 2018


As the industry leader, Hanwha Systems offers a complete solution with ground, naval, air command, control, communication, computer, and intelligence(C4I), guided weapons, electronic warfare(EW), and future combat systems. With globally proven technology, superior quality, and outstanding service, Hanwha Systems highly anticipates greater global market share and recognition worldwide.

Hanwha Systems provides Mode5 IFF that is an upgraded version of Mode 4 used in Korean Military. Mode 5 Identification, friend or foe (IFF) is an identification system designed for command and control. It enables military and civilian air traffic control interrogation systems to identify aircraft, vehicles or forces as friendly and to determine their bearing and range from the interrogator with stronger authentication method than the conventional method.


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