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Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Raveen » 11 Nov 2009 06:31

This thread was created for BR members to share valuable links. This thread will also serve as a repository for such informational links and can be used by other members in the discussion threads as source material. Please restrict discussion to discussion threads and links to this thread. It is not necessary to include an expansive write up with the links, but a short description of name, type, country of origin, etc. would be appropriate.
Since this thread is to serve it's purpose as a repository, please realize there might not be any continuity in successive posts (in contrast to the discussion threads).

As per BRAdmin instructions:

1. Restrict posting to things related to India.
- Use this thread to post links about anything technical related to the Indian armed forces.
- Weapon information, technical images of weapons, techincal information and articles are welcome here as long as the topic of discussion/link is relevant to the
Indian armed forces (Weapons either in service or soon to join service).

2. Also, spare the other threads for that kind of posts.
- Don't post links that are not conducive to ongoing discussion in the discussion threads.
- Discussion threads are meant for discussion; this is the thread meant to serve as a link and knowledgebase repository for those interested in such things.

Please follow the rules laid out by the BRAdmins (elaborated by me to the best of my abilities, open to being edited by the BRAdmins).
Thanks, enjoy!

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Postby Rahul M » 11 Nov 2009 07:05

thanks a lot raveen. good elaboration of the object of this thread.

@ baldev, this is primarily for your kind of posts. may I request you to tag(missile seeker, AGAT, AAM etc etc) and add an appropriate title and number ('cruise missiles-1' say ) to your posts here, so that it is easier to locate the info ?

also bunch info on similar systems in one post and do not mix them up.
TIA.

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Postby Baldev » 11 Nov 2009 21:06

Shipborne radar MR-310
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/mr-310.JPG

Features:
Operating wavelength decimetre

Field of view:
In range, km 180
on bearing, deg. 360
in elevation, deg. 55

Number coordinate units. 3
Speed antenna rpm. 6.12
Total weight, t 10

Two-coordinate shipboard radar "Positiv-E
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/pozitiv-e.JPG

Features:
Frequency range X
Number of simultaneously tracked targets, to 8
Field of view:
Azimuth, deg. 0-360

In range, km 128
in elevation, deg. 40

Mode:
functioning work control
work automatic, semi -

Weight, tons:
devices underdeck part 3.1
antenna post 0.8

Shipborne radar detection of air and surface targets MR-352
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/mr-352.JPG

In range, km 128
in elevation, deg. 40
Weight, t 3.5

Shipborne radar detection of air and surface targets MP-800
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/mr-800_02.JPG
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/mr-800.JPG

Features:
Operating wavelength decimetre

Field of view:
In range, km 500
on bearing, deg. 360
in elevation, deg. 55
The number of measured coordinates pc. 3
Speed antenna rpm. 3.12
Total weight, t 43.5
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SAM systems

Universal anti-aircraft missile complex "Wave-M
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/volna-m.JPG
http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NAVY/Images/Kashin16.jpg

Features:
Area defeat:
In range, km 3,5-24
height, m 10-18000
Maximum target speed, m / s 600
The number of simultaneously fired targets, ea. 1
Reaction time, with 16-18

Universal anti-aircraft missile complex "Storm"
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/shtorm.JPG
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wo ... /eqp19.jpg

Features:
Area defeat:
In range, km 7-32
height, m 1-22000
Maximum target speed, m / s 700
The number of simultaneously fired targets, ea.1
Reaction time, with 25

Ship autonomous air defense missile system "Osa-M"
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vmf/images/osa-m.JPG

Features:
Area defeat:
In range, km 1,2-10
height, m 25-5000
Maximum target speed, m / s 600
The number of simultaneously fired targets, ea. 1
Reaction time, with 20

MANPADS such as "Needle"
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vsk/imag ... trelec.JPG
Optoelectronic station Omnidirection (OESKO) "Phoenix"
http://www.rusarmy.com/pvo/pvo_vsk/images/oesko.JPG

Features:
Field of view:
in elevation, deg. -10 to +60
Azimuth, deg. 360

Spectral range, m 8.12

Target detection range, km:
cruise missiles, UAVs 5.7
helicopters 8.9
Aircraft 15-18

The field of view in elevation, deg. 18
Redraw rate, Hz 0.5
Number of simultaneously detected purposes 50
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Postby Baldev » 12 Nov 2009 03:27

COMPOSITION OF SAM system on RAJPUT CLASS ships

YATAGAN fire contol system
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wobb/m1/m1_rls.jpg
http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NAVY/Images/Kashin15.jpg
http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NAVY/Images/Kashin18.jpg

Each Antenna System Yatagan "had five antennas. Two small antennas implemented the so-called "rough" tip-off missiles at the target, one antenna to function as a transmitter operator commands,

The disadvantage of this radio command system - its single-channel, as well as the sharp decrease in firing accuracy with increasing distance to the target

http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wobb/m1/zona.jpg

launcher
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wobb/m1/shema.htm
Original Equipment missile cellar - 15 combat and 1 training missile. Serial production of PU-101 mill was established at the plant "Barricades" in Volgograd.

After the PU-101 mill was set up dual installation ZIF-102. Principal difference between the new IP has been feeding conveyor-type missiles, instead of the drum. As a result of ammunition one PU increased from 16 to 32 missiles.

Full range of M-1 to PU ZIF-101 were armed with 20 ships pr.61, 61 M and 61 MPs (one for Poland), 4 ships pr.58; one pr.56K, 8 pr.56A and 5 ships, etc. 61ME (built for India). Complex M-1 to PU ZIF-102 were 4 ships, etc. 1134, three - project 56U, and eight - Project 57A.

this means each launcher has 16 missiles in RAJPUT clas ships

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Postby Baldev » 12 Nov 2009 04:14

Description of AA-2 heat seeking missile

seeker
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wobb/r3c/giro.gif
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... _Atoll.jpg

Specifications
Maximum range capture objectives (such as IL-28) at an altitude of 15 km at angle 0 / 4, m 7600
Threshold sensitivity max 0.03mkvt/sm2
field tracking, in which the support of the selected target (a cone with apex angle) 50°
Full rotation axis TGSN ±28°
Field capture of the head (a cone with apex angle) 3°30'

The speed of the rotor of the gyroscope, on / c
At power 72 ± 5
Through the 21s from power on least 50

Continuous operation TGSN, min
- When the supply from external sources 120
- When powered from the onboard generator about 6

Focal length of the optical system, mm 84.3
Weight, kg 5.2

Dimensions, mm
- Diameter 127
- Length 320

for full reading
http://translate.google.com/translate?p ... ry_state0=

driver, which includes steering control RP-310a, turbo BP-13V3 and fuses I-107
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wobb/r3c/2-ots.gif
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wo ... rul-pr.gif

for full reading
http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... -ots.shtml

proximity fuse
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wobb/r3c/pim.gif
for full reading
http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... -ots.shtml

solid motor
http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... -ots.shtml


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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby VijayKumarSinha » 12 Nov 2009 09:44

AIRCRAFT WEAPON LOADING TROLLEY - 1

Bheema 1000 - It is an aircraft weapon loading trolley developed by Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) in association with with Centre for Airborne Systems (CAS)(1)

This link shows a picture of Bheema-1000 with some specs:
http://www.bemlindia.com/documents/Prod ... rolley.pdf

This link states some of its salient features:
http://www.drdo.org/pub/nl/may2001/rece ... pments.htm

Source:
(1) http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/2002 ... 500500.htm
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Postby Rahul M » 12 Nov 2009 09:56

baldev, which part of :

may I request you to tag(missile seeker, AGAT, AAM etc etc) and add an appropriate title and number ('cruise missiles-1' say ) to your posts here, so that it is easier to locate the info ?


and

also bunch info on similar systems in one post and do not mix them up.

is difficult to understand ?

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Postby Baldev » 12 Nov 2009 18:17

MOSS AEWACS

http://legion.wplus.net/guide/air/m/tu126-3.jpg
http://legion.wplus.net/guide/air/m/tu126-6.gif

After a detailed definition of the technical aspect of TU-126 and clarified its performance. According to the conceptual design, the maximum speed reached 825 km / h, cruising speed - 650-700 km / h, the practical range with refueling - 11000 miles

Selected for installation on the aircraft radar "Liana" at that time was considered as a wonder of technology. According to the data, it can detect aerial targets at ranges from 100 to 350 km (depending on their size) and sea targets such as the cruiser - at a distance of 400 km. On-board data communication equipment was supposed to transfer the information to command posts of Defense and Navy, located at a distance of up to 2000 km. To ensure all-round view, the antenna system radar "Liana" required to set above the fuselage on the pylon height of 2,6 m and rotated in the process of working with speed of 10 revolutions per minute. This led to great difficulties in establishing the aircraft. It was suggested that the two design-layout solutions radome-antenna system: rotating antenna inside the fixed fairing as set forth on the pylon, and an antenna that rotates along with the fairing on the same pylon. The latest idea put forward Based on the results of detailed work, he argued that the second option is easier and more straightforward in constructive terms. First Tupolev did not accept this proposal, and his argument was very compelling - where to get the bearing diameter of 1200 mm? Only after a sufficiently rapid exchange of views, the head of the OKB became an active supporter of this idea, and personally, using his enormous influence, "struck" in the government decision to manufacture superpodshipnika for Tu-126. Thus was the world's first aircraft AEW with a rotating mushroom fairing radar, which has become a real technical innovation borrowed later by the Americans.

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... i5Rr2YMRsA

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Postby Baldev » 14 Nov 2009 08:11

OPTICAL SYSTEMS for battle tanks

«AGAT» PNK-4SR AIMING/SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
http://pics.ukrspetsexport.com/goalfiles/124.pdf

TANK THERMAL IMAGING AIMING COMPLEX «BURAN-KATRIN»
http://pics.ukrspetsexport.com/goalfiles/125.pdf

«BURAN-Е» TO1-KO1 E TANK NIGHT AIMING SYSTEM
http://pics.ukrspetsexport.com/goalfiles/126.pdf

1K13 SIGHTING DEVICE
http://pics.ukrspetsexport.com/goalfiles/127.pdf

«TANDEM» INFANTRY COMBAT VEHICLE ARMAMENT CONTROL SYSTEM
http://pics.ukrspetsexport.com/goalfiles/128.pdf

"OTS-20" TV SIGHT & FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR UNIFIED COMBAT MODULE OF LIGHT ARMOURED VEHICLES
http://pics.ukrspetsexport.com/goalfiles/211.pdf

«ZASLON» ACTIVE PROTECTION SYSTEM
http://pics.ukrspetsexport.com/goalfiles/214.pdf

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Postby Baldev » 14 Nov 2009 08:20

80K6 3-D AIR SURVEILLANCE RADAR

http://www.iskra.zp.ua/ver2_angl//Radar/80k6/80k6.htm

Basic technical characteristics of 80K6 radar
Operating frequency range S
Radar operation limits in range:
* minimum,km 6
* maximum, km 400
* in azimuth,deg 360
* in elevation,deg 0-35
* in altitude, km 40

Scanning interval, s 5 или 10

Target detection range, RCS=3-5 m
At P=0.8 F=10'6,km
* At flight altitude 100m 40
* At flight altitude 1000m 110
* At flight altitude 10...30km 300-350

Clutter suppression, dB >50
Simultaneously track capability 150-200
IFF equipment built-in
Number of transport units 1 + 1 with a power station
eployment/closing time, hour <0,5

1l220-U RADAR COMPLEX

http://www.iskra.zp.ua/ver2_angl//Radar ... 1l220u.htm

Basic technical characteristics of 1L220-U
FP reconnaissance range, km:
* Artillery 30
* Mortars 30
* MLRS 30-40
* Tactical missiles 55

Range of firing adjustment, km:
* Artillery 30
* MLRS 40-50
* Tactical missiles 80
Throughput, targets\minute 50

Surveillance sector, deg 60
Number of transport unis 1
Crew, men 3
Deployment/closing time, min 5/3

http://www.iskra.zp.ua/ver2_angl//Radar/80k6/index.htm
http://www.iskra.zp.ua/ver2_angl//Radar ... /index.htm


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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Baldev » 17 Nov 2009 08:59

some info on missile seeker based on AESA tech
http://publications.drdo.gov.in/gsdl/co ... ir/doc.pdf

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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Baldev » 17 Nov 2009 09:31

Precision Guidance Kit (PGK)
http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2009fuze/IIIApergolizzi.pdf

Guidance Integrated Fuze (GIF), System Development & Testing
http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2009fuze/IIIAworrell.pdf

AURORA A Next Generation Fuzing System
http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2009fuze/IIIAturner.pdf

M759 30mm Fuze Sensitivity Improvements
http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2009fuze/IIIAgeaney.pdf


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Postby Baldev » 18 Nov 2009 01:07

The German Hard Target Fuze
http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2002fuze/muthig.pdf

Thales Missile Electronics Fuzing
http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2002fuze/turner.pdf


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Postby Baldev » 18 Nov 2009 20:41

THALES DUMAS missile seeker
http://www.qinetiq.com/home/newsroom/ne ... Thales.jpg

The Thales Group would supply a missile-seeker technology demonstrator known as DUMAS (Dual Mode Active IR and Imaging IR Seeker), under the terms of a GBP4.1 million contract from the Western European Armaments Organization (WEAO). DUMAS technology combines an active IR scanning laser and passive IR detector that used in conjunction with sophisticated algorithms, detects, images and identifies targets.


http://www.faqs.org/abstracts/Military- ... ystem.html

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Postby Baldev » 19 Nov 2009 22:06

MPA RADAR
http://www.pit.edu.pl/pub/oferta/ars880_en2009_druk.pdf

TRS19 has got 200km detection range and search upto 30km altitude
http://www.pit.edu.pl/pub/oferta/trs19_en09_druk.pdf

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Postby Craig Alpert » 20 Nov 2009 05:15

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SELEX Delivering Marte Mk2 Radar Seekers to UAE
Finmeccanica subsidiary SELEX Galileo recently announced [PDF] a EUR 26 million (about $38.7 million) contract for SM-1S radar seekers, as part of an MBDA contract for the provision of Marte MK2/N anti-ship missiles to “a Middle East customer.” The SM-1S integrates a new digital processor developed to enhance processing of the missile’s radar data, in order to improve detection and accuracy in environments that include near-shore’s high clutter levels.

The Marte Mk2/N anti-ship missile was introduced in 2006 as a naval variant of the helicopter-launched Mk2/S. The customer in this case is almost certainly the UAE, which became the Marte Mk2/N missile’s first customer when it contracted for 24 refit and new-build Ghannatha class 26.5 meter patrol boats at IDEX 2009. Some of these boats will carry the Mk2/N missile, while at least 6 will carry Patria’s 120mm Nemo automatic mortar turret instead, creating a flexible form of naval fire support that mirrors similar efforts in Finland

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Postby sumshyam » 20 Nov 2009 17:21

was looking for missiles..found something on Anti Tank Missiles.


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_o ... 74e4a#sec3

Results showed that changes to ATGM performance from observed field damage are extremely sensitive to the location of damage. Vertical mid-body wing damage had little effect on performance while damage to horizontal and adjacent mid-body wings resulted in significant failures. The failure mode demonstrated was not a large increase in CEP but rather seeker failure due to excessive roll and yawing of the airframe. This highlights that the seeker and seeker gimbal performance are significant factors in an ATGM’s ability to tolerate field handling damage.

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Postby sumshyam » 21 Nov 2009 19:08

Recently....I have been trying to design some aircraft mostly UAVs...on CATIA..but i don't have much dimensional input...i mean my design is totally arbit....can someone give me some details in terms of specific dimensions, if possible contours....!

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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby VijayKumarSinha » 21 Nov 2009 19:41

Hi sumshyam,

I can't contact you through private messages so I am putting a message here - What I meant was that I can't contact you because when I try to do so it says I am not allowed to.

I am also interested in building a UAV - a real, vtol micro-UAV along this line.

These are some of the links that I have been looking at:
http://mavionics.de/index.php?option=co ... lang=en_EN
http://www.jamartech.com/files/RAC_Plus_Brochure.pdf
http://www.microdrones.com
http://www.procerusuav.com/developer.php

Here is a website of a Karachi based company that develops UAV's: http://www.idaerospace.com/dvds.html
The name is obviously a rip-off of 'General Dynamics'. It seems to me that they have been buying toy planes and putting the telemetry control hardware in it to make the UAV's.

Some of the rough requirements that the Requirements specification document of the UAV would contain:
- The UAV should be able to perform a gps position hold.
- Their should be a collision avoidance mechanism in the UAV
- It should be able to orient itself against low speed cross winds.
- It should have a lost link mode in it.
- I should have a DDL(Digital Data Link )
- It should have a kill switch on it.
- It should be able to provide a video and audio feed


Feel free to contact me through my emal posted on my account page.
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Postby sumshyam » 21 Nov 2009 20:21

VijayKumarSinha wrote:Hi sumshyam,

I can't contact you through private messages so I am putting a message here.

I am also interested in building a UAV - a real, vtol micro-UAV along


First of all...Thanks for the information...and Yes you can contact me through private massage..!

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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby VijayKumarSinha » 22 Nov 2009 08:59

Combat Helicopters - 1

AH-64D Apache Longbow - The longbow is the AH-64D Apache with a fire control radar on top of it.

A document providing some specs of the AH-64D Apache Longbow: http://www.boeing.com/rotorcraft/milita ... erview.pdf

Some information about the longbow from this page of the lockheed Martin Website:

The radar-equipped AH-64D Apache Longbow features numerous enhanced capabilities, including:

    Longer-range weapons accuracy and all-weather/night fighting
    Detection of objects (moving or stationary) without being detected
    Classification and threat-prioritization of up to 128 targets in less than a minute
    Integrated sensors, networking, and digital communications for situational awareness, management of the combat arena in real time, and digital transmission of images and target locations to joint operations battlefield commanders

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Postby Baldev » 23 Nov 2009 21:38

ADAC Mk 2 active missile seeker

ADAC Mk 2 was the latest known version of the active seeker that is used in the MBDA Missile Systems Exocet anti-shipping missile. As such, it is electronically and mechanically interchangeable with its predecessor (ADAC Mk 1) and incorporates enhanced electronic counter-countermeasures provision. Functionally, ADAC Mk 2 becomes live after a passive flight phase, carries out a target scan and initiates automatic tracking if an assigned or preprogrammed criteria matching target is detected. Having locked on to a target, ADAC Mk 2 then generates steering commands for its host missile. The final part of the attack profile is conducted at surface skimming altitudes

http://www.janes.com/articles/Janes-Rad ... ional.html

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Postby sumshyam » 28 Nov 2009 12:51

Someone..please explain this to me....!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbqHERKdlK8

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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Baldev » 01 Dec 2009 07:15

Control system for Diesel Submarines

Palladij-M
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/Palladiy.jpg

Pirit M
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/Pirit.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/132/002003010/2/

AUTOMATED INFORMATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR DIESEL-ELECTRIC SUBMARINE
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/BIUS.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/145/004010/2/

Simulators for Nuke and Diesel submarines
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/tren3.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/tren4.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/tren1.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/tren2.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/tren0-1.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/tren0-2.jpg
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/1.jpg?&sub=1
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/2.jpg?&sub=1
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/3.jpg?&sub=1
http://www.avrorasystems.com/SiteImages/4.jpg?&sub=1

full reading
http://www.avrorasystems.com/127/005010/2/

Representative office in India
Opening of representative office of the Concern Avrora Scientific and Production Association JSC in India is actually in progress.
The aim of the representative office creation is to organize the sales of the Concern’s products in India, as well as to improve the efficiency of its business activities in this region

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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Baldev » 02 Dec 2009 07:22

KIEV RADAR PLANT 9B-1101K SARH seeker description

http://radar.net.ua/UserFiles/Image/pro ... 101K/3.jpg

It provides for:

- target lock-on in the altitude range 0,02-25 km with maximum exceeding (reducing) 10 km under targets’
speed up to 3500 km/h and overload 8 units;

- target lock-on range with electronic paramagnetic resonance –3m2 - 25 km ;

- time of inertial pointing with radio correction under maximum moving
away from the carrier up to 25 km - 30 s;

- simultaneous launch of two missiles aiming at two targets;

- development of the law of missile control at the inertial zone and in the self-homing mode;

- readiness for use in 2 s after receipt of the target designation from the fire control
system of the carrier of the MIG-29, SU-27 type.

- Airframe diameter, mm - 219;

- Length from the radome nose, mm - 1173;

- Weight, kg, not more than - 33,5.

http://radar.net.ua/catalogue.php?lang= ... =2&item=29
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Postby Baldev » 02 Dec 2009 07:24

”OSMINOG-E” SEARCH AND SIGHTING SYSTEM
http://radar.net.ua/includes/services/c ... d0cd7e.jpg
http://radar.net.ua/UserFiles/Image/pro ... hoto19.jpg

“OSMINOG-E" search and sighting system is installed in KA-28 naval helicopter and designed to accomplish tasks of search, tracking and transfer of information to systems for the destruction of detected targets being submerged or surfaced, as well as radar-visible targets.

The System includes radar station to observe surface and for navigational problems, as well as sonar dipping by self-supporting cable for detection of underwater objects.

Detection range of submerged objects up to 8 km.

Detection range of surfaced objects up to 30 km.

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http://radar.net.ua/catalogue.php?lang= ... =2&item=28

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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Baldev » 02 Dec 2009 07:35

Ukrainians Present New AAM Seekers

The late-9/08 AviaSvit (Aviation World) exhibition, held in Kiev, Ukraine, served as the venue for Arsenal Design Bureau and Kiev Radar (KR), both based in Kiev, to showcase new seekers intended to upgrade the R-27 (AA-10) AAM. Arsenal displayed the MR-2000 IR seeker for R27T, while KR presented a new, modernized variant of the Agat 9B-1101K semi-active RH seeker. Potential customers for the new seekers include China and other nations that still operate older versions of the Su-27SK and MiG-29 fighters whose nose-mounted N001 and N019 radars have not been modernized to fire the RVV-AE (AA-12) active-homing AAM.

http://defense-archive.teldan.com/Artic ... sID=440481


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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Baldev » 02 Dec 2009 22:02

Radar Podberyozovik-ET2
http://www.smp-salyut.ru/images/salyut/pod2.jpg

this radar has 500 km search range altitude upto 40 km is competitive against FREGAT M2EM,EL/M2238 and other AESA radars

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http://translate.google.ca/translate?hl ... 26hs%3Dd5r
and this company produces FREGAT family radars


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Postby Baldev » 04 Dec 2009 05:21

AKULA submarine sonar

http://military.tomsk.ru/blog/201/306/IX1fjx7kpY.jpg

The PLA pr.971I (K-152 "Seal") is set GAK MGK-400EM "Rubicon-M" / "Irbis" SHARK TEETH (EM - Export version), developed by CSRI Morphyspribor "(St. Petersburg) . The complex MGK-400EM includes, besides digital processing of acoustic signal processors (probably Ajax), a control panel.

interface devices, power systems, communications devices and systems for work, the following passive and active stations:
- CEO SHARK TEETH - home passive antenna (in the fore part of the case PL) with a separate antenna radiating infrasound and sound conductivity of the radiating antenna connection is made in a titanium casing.

Number of rays emitter (active) - 540 pcs?
The area of the working sector antenna - 7.5 m
Detection range (active?) - Up to 200 km
Detection range in passive mode - no less than 16-20 km (PL) and 60-80 km (ships)
Range tracking of targets in active mode - no less than 16-20 km
Range underwater communications and data - at least 20-25 km and 60-80 km (depending on mode)
CEO shumopelengatsii no worse than the MG-512 (recognizes the change in sound pressure of 0.05 N / m
at frequencies of 10-30 kHz),
CEO of determining the speed of sound in water is not worse than the MT-553 (accuracy of 6 m / s)
CEO minoiskaniya probably MG-519E "Harp-E (range of detection of mines not less than 1500 m).

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Re: Technical Information & Link Repository

Postby Baldev » 07 Dec 2009 06:49

Sighting complexes for armoured vehicles from russia

http://www.zenit-foto.ru/index.php?show=cat&raz=38&m=5

Tank sights from belarus

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... OLi2MSJICQ

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