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  • bring_it_on
    2005-year of the RAPTOR!!
    • Jun 2004
    • 12480

    #61


    Lockheed has also upgraded its TPS-77 family to GaN and it is the first US GaN radar to be exported
    Last edited by bring_it_on; 8th February 2017, 13:23.
    Old radar types never die; they just phased array

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    • Marcellogo
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Jun 2014
      • 1829

      #62
      Originally posted by lukos View Post
      What about when processing technology becomes powerful enough to link a dozen fighter radars several miles apart and create a virtual array, something that's already been done outside of real-time with telescopes.
      You are referring to what the MiG-31 are actually doing for decades? Or are you instead describing the way any ESA radar work, combining the emissions of a whole array of transceiver in a single wave front?

      Seems me you make confusion between the overall number of emission point and the overall emission power.
      Twelve radar emitting together would cover a way greater area but there would not be a single beam twelve time more powerful...
      Last edited by Marcellogo; 8th February 2017, 15:40.

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      • FBW
        FBW
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Dec 2011
        • 3291

        #63
        Originally posted by Marcellogo View Post
        You are referring to what the MiG-31 are actually doing for decades? And hundreds of km apart, not just miles.
        Check date of post... I doubt you are going to get a response. I believe lukos was banned a few months ago.

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