Tuesday, November 16, 2010

DTN News: Chinese Military Will Be Able To Familiarize With Su-35 Fighter And Radar Irbis-E

Defense News: DTN News: Chinese Military Will Be Able To Familiarize With Su-35 Fighter And Radar Irbis-E
* Китайские военные смогут ознакомиться с возможностями истребителя Су-35 и локатора "Ирбис-Э"
Source: DTN News - - This article compiled by Roger Smith from reliable sources Sukhoi
(NSI News Source Info) MOSCOW, Russia - November 16, 2010: Chinese military experts will be able to get acquainted with the technical characteristics and combat capabilities multipurpose fighter Su-35 on the opening tomorrow in Zhuhai (China) International Exhibition Airshow China-2010.

Sukhoi demonstrates here in the Russian exposition Rostechnologii and corporate stand of the United Aircraft Corporation its two priority projects: the Su-35 and mid-range passenger jet Sukhoi Superjet 100. Here is a model established on the fighter radar control system (RCS) Irbis-E, which allows detection of targets in the "air-to-air missiles at a distance of over 400 kilometers, and in the" air-to-surface missiles - up to 10 m. This greatly exceeds that faced by armed aircraft.

RCS phased array with long-range detection of air targets with an increased number of simultaneously tracked and engaged targets developed for the Su-35 NIIP them. VV Tikhomirov.

Sukhoi is actively promoting its military and civil products to markets in the Asia-Pacific region. 10-13 November, the company took part in an international exhibition of defense technology "Indo Defence 2010" in Jakarta (Indonesia), where he demonstrated Su-35 and Su-30MK2. Was presented and the Sukhoi Superjet 100. Fighters brand Su are in service with the Air Force of the country. Indonesian regional carrier Kartika Airlines signed last summer, a contract to supply 30 passenger planes Sukhoi.

*This article is being posted from Toronto, Canada By DTN News ~ Defense-Technology News, contact: dtnnews@ymail.com
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