manjgu wrote:KaranM ... 1) i am working on point 1 !! hopefully soon will get it from horses mouth. 2) Does the map display in the cockpit tell the pilot if LOC has been crossed?? i mean does a shallow ingress of 1 to 5 km inside enemy airspace show up on the map display inside the cockpit or a 3rd party tells?? just curious.
It most definitely should, if the aircraft has a digital map generator which is interfaced with a mission system, with proper navigation set. However, I can't find a depiction of the Bison having a Digital Map Generator or a Moving Map display.
https://www.bharat-rakshak.com/IAF/airc ... ig-21.html
The upgrade consists of Phazotron NIIR's Kopyo multimode X-band pulse Doppler radar, New nosecone, new canopy, single-piece windshield and new canopy made of stressed acrylic composites, Sextant's TOTEM RLG-INS with NSS-100P GPS embedded GPS receivers, El-Op HUD Sextant MFD-55 LCD display, Autopilot, DRDO's Tarang radar warning receivers (RWR), digital flight data recorder, new liquid air cooling system, HOTAS controls, a SURA helmet mounted sight, stores management system, digital air data computer system, short range radio navigation system, new HF/VHF/UHF radios, twin conformal Vympel flare dispensers (26mm, 120 rounds) and a new electric power supply system. Reportedly the new RWR to be fitted, is an indigenous system developed by DRDO and goes by the name Tarang. A modified version of this RWR will be used aboard the Su-30MKI.
[Edit]I did find some references that it has a DMG
, but not confirmed.