Indonesian Navy acquired the primary batch of Turkey-made acoustic torpedo countermeasure jammers and decoys for its Nagapasa (Type 209/1400)-class diesel-electric submarines, a protection business journal reported Friday.
The U.K.-based protection and safety intelligence writer Janes mentioned within the report that the primary batch of the acoustic decoy and jammers – ZOKA Decoy household – developed by main Turkish protection agency ASELSAN arrived within the South Asian nation on Oct. 22.
The ZOKA acoustic decoy and jammers developed and made obtainable to the Turkish submarine fleet and Indonesia was the nation that made the primary abroad order for the system with a 2019 settlement.
The jammers work by emitting noises that saturate the acoustic working frequencies of torpedoes, whereas the decoys may be programmed to simulate the acoustic and hydrographic traits of its host submarine.
ZOKA effectors are utilized in HIZIR Surface Torpedo Countermeasure System and ZARGANA Submarine Torpedo Counter Systems, and there are two differing types of ZOKA effectors, misleading and complicated, in each techniques which have been additionally developed by ASELSAN.