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by Paul Mead
13 Mar 2006 12:08
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Radar thread - specs & discussions
Replies: 328
Views: 121192

You can also mix modes together with a mechanically scanned or passive phased array. You do this by interleaving the two modes. The radar does the two different modes one after the other in quick succession, and the radar computer interpolates the data for each mode separately. This is how Bars, RBE...
by Paul Mead
05 Mar 2006 03:00
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Radar thread - specs & discussions
Replies: 328
Views: 121192

The Janes Avionics picture is direct from Ferranti, and is also found in Bill Gunston's "Modern Combat Aircraft 13: Harrier". Its a very lightweight (84kg) frequency agile I band pulse (monopulse) radar derived from the Seaspray. Predicted MTBF of 120h, but nearer 300h (according to Gunsto...
by Paul Mead
04 Mar 2006 21:19
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Radar thread - specs & discussions
Replies: 328
Views: 121192

Blue Fox definitely uses a planar array antenna. I've got a picture from Janes on my disk somewhere.
by Paul Mead
20 Jul 2005 00:45
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Radar thread - specs & discussions
Replies: 328
Views: 121192

Kopyo clarifications

n India Kopyo-21I radar is well known. It is installed on MiG-21 Bis UPG aircraft. Tactical characteristics of this radar, validated in flight trials, allow to relate this station to generation 4 + and to ascertain as follows: Kopyo-21I radar meets all the requirements to radars for advanced light m...
by Paul Mead
08 Jul 2005 23:10
Forum: Military Exercises Archive
Topic: Exercise Garuda-II: Istres AFB, France
Replies: 91
Views: 52654

he obviously meant the N001 Myech radar is inferior to the RDY on 2000-5. I believe the RDY-2 was onlee on the UAE M2K-9 (aka 2005-mk2). just raw range and power isnt the only yardstick, sophistication also counts and in this the leading western radars have always been better - one of the reasons w...

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