Twin Engine Deck-Based Fighter (TEDBF) is an Indian naval fighter aircraft concept developed by the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA). It is intended to operate from aircraft carriers

Aircraft Carrier Compatibility: The TEDBF is designed specifically for aircraft carrier operations, featuring characteristics that make it suitable for takeoff and landing on carrier decks, including catapult launches and arrested landings.

 Twin-Engine Configuration: The use of twin engines provides redundancy and enhances safety during carrier operations. It also contributes to the fighter's capability to carry heavier payloads and operate over longer ranges.

Canard Delta Wing Configuration: The canard delta wing design enhances agility, maneuverability, and overall aerodynamic performance. This configuration allows for a combination of high-speed performance and effective low-speed handling during carrier landings.

Multirole Capability: Similar to its predecessor, the LCA Navy (Naval Tejas), the TEDBF is expected to have multirole capabilities, allowing it to perform air-to-air and air-to-ground missions, including anti-ship and strike missions.

Modern Avionics Suite: The TEDBF is likely to be equipped with a modern avionics suite, including advanced radar systems, sensors, and communication equipment. This would enhance situational awareness and mission effectiveness.

Advanced Radar System: The fighter may feature a sophisticated radar system, potentially an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, providing advanced target detection, tracking, and electronic warfare capabilities.

 Glass Cockpit: The TEDBF is expected to have a glass cockpit design, incorporating state-of-the-art displays and controls for improved pilot situational awareness and ease of operation.

In-Flight Refueling Capability: To extend its operational range and mission endurance, the TEDBF may feature in-flight refueling capability, allowing it to be refueled during missions.

Enhanced Payload Capacity: The aircraft's design may include an increased payload capacity, enabling it to carry a diverse range of weapons and equipment for different mission requirements.

Modern Materials and Manufacturing Techniques: Like other advanced fighter aircraft, the TEDBF may incorporate modern composite materials and manufacturing techniques to enhance structural integrity, reduce weight, and improve overall performance.