China has signed a $100 million deal to acquire "a large number" of Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) Harpy anti-radiation attack drones. China will receive the latest version of Harpy, which is equipped with a datalink that allows an operator in a ground station or airborne platform to allocate the weapon to a specific emitter. Harpy, manufactured by IAI's MBT division, is ground launched and flies to a pre-designated area where it begins a loitering pattern, seeking electromagnetic emissions. The latest Harpy variant is equipped with a dual electro-magnetic/electro-optical sensor.

Source: Flight International