India's home-grown AESA radar effort will soon finalise a developent partner, reports The Indian Express.
According to the report, a progressive downselect since December -- when the DRDO first invited bids
-- has come down to Israel's Elta and EADS Defence & Security, following the elimination of Selex, Phazotron and Thales. A recent Livefist post on the Tejas AESA is here
. Oh, and by the way, I hear the LCA AESA is being developed under something called "Project Uttam".
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