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Long range air-to-air missile K-37 / Р-37 / РВВ-БД

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The long-range air-to-air missile K-37 / Р-37, known today as RVV-BD, was created by experts of the Vimpel State Machine-Building Design Bureau named after I.I. Toropov, who specializes in the development of various aviation weapons. Nowadays, this design bureau is part of the Tactical Missiles Corporation. The RVV-BD missile was officially put into service in the 2014 year and today it has the maximum launch range among all air-to-air guided missiles in the world.


At one time, one of the outstanding achievements of the Vympel design team was the creation of the first Russian long-range air-to-air guided missile P-33. The rocket was specially designed for arming the MiG-31 interceptor fighter. It was adopted by the Soviet Army 6 in May 1981 of the year and is used in the armed forces of our country to this day, helping to strengthen the defense capability of the state and participating in combat duty to protect the airspace of the Russian Federation. The P-33 rocket (K-33, according to the NATO AA-9 Amos codification) ensures the defeat of various air targets flying at speeds up to 3 000 km / h at the maximum distance to 160 km.

Most of the constructive technical solutions implemented in the P-33 rocket were fulfilled at the level of inventions and strings allowing for the modification of the product in the future. The design bureau employees actively used the potential laid down in the long-range missile design, which allows the creation of new long-range air-to-air missiles for various aircraft carriers. New samples of such weapons equipped with more advanced electronic digital equipment and propulsion systems, modern battery-powered power supplies and powerful combat units. One of the new missiles of the Vympel design bureau was the RVV-BD rocket, which was officially put into service in 2014 and sent to mass production. The rocket became a worthy successor to the Р-33, inheriting from it not only some elements of the external appearance and size, but also the best qualities. The new rocket fits well into its niche and can be used on all types of MiG-31 interceptor fighter (B, BS, BM), as well as other modern MiG and Su fighters.

Rocket R-33

Work on the new rocket started at the beginning of the 1980-ies after the adoption of the P-33 rocket. The development of a more sophisticated rocket similar to the P-33 (K-33) rocket for arming the MiG-31M interceptor fighter was launched by Vimpel 8 XB on April 1983 after the appearance of the corresponding decree of the USSR Council of Ministers. In the same year, the conceptual design of the rocket, which received the designation K-37, was protected. The "K" index in the name means the weapon system that is under development. The tests of the rocket started in the 1988 year, when 10 autonomous ballistic missile launches without a control system were performed. In 1989, the 4 launch was also performed, software missiles without a guidance system took part in the tests — they flew under the control of an autopilot according to a given program. In the same year, tests took place on the long-range missile with a guidance system, a total 2 launch.

For the first time, a new development of domestic engineers was presented in public as part of the Minsk show of the new aviation equipment, which was held in March 1992. Missiles were demonstrated on the ventral suspension of the MiG-31M interceptors (6 missiles on AKU-610 holders under the aircraft fuselage). Even then, it was noted that the missile adopted many of the features of its predecessor - the R-33 / K-33 missile. In April 1994, Russian President Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin congratulated the creators of the new missile on the successful destruction of an air target at a record distance of 304 km.

Further tests of the rocket continued until the 1997 year. This year, most likely due to the violation of cooperation with Ukrainian enterprises that were involved in the creation of guidance systems for the new rocket, it was decided to develop a guidance system using exclusively Russian components. Such a situation imposed on the difficult economic situation of the country significantly slowed down the work on creating a new rocket, which in the process of development managed to transform into a RVV-BD rocket, which is almost the complete analog of the P-37 rocket. According to the NATO codification, the RVV-BD missile is known as AA-13 ARROW (Strela). As an export version, it was first demonstrated at the MAKS-2011 air show.


According to the developer, the RVV-BD rocket is a long-range air-to-air guided missile. It is designed to hit various air targets (aircraft, cruise missile, helicopter) at any time of the day, at all angles, including in the conditions of electronic countermeasures (REB) from the enemy, against the backdrop of the earth and water surfaces, including multichannel firing on a shot-and-forget target. The announced launch range for the export version is 200 km, the warhead weight is 60 kg.

The RVV-BD missile target guidance system is inertial with radio correction and active radar homing, which is activated in the final part of the rocket’s flight path. As the propulsion system used dual-mode solid fuel engine. Radar active proximity sensors and contact sensors of the target are used as an explosive device. The warhead of the missile is high-explosive. The suspension of the RVV-BD rocket on the carrier aircraft is carried out with the aid of an aircraft ejection device; two models, AKU-410-1 or AKU-620, are used.

Rocket K-37 was performed according to the normal aerodynamic configuration with a wing of small elongation, but with a large chord. The rocket stabilizers are in the folded position until launch. Compared to the K-37, the RVV-BD rocket is smaller in size, in particular, a shortened head compartment with a radio transparent fairing. The length of the rocket has become less by 140 mm. At the same time, when placed on an aircraft carrier, the RVV-BD guided missile, in contrast to the K-37, consists only of the upper stabilizer wheels.


The designated service life of the RVV-BD rocket is 8 years. The assigned resource for making an unlimited number of take-offs from the runways with a concrete coating is 50 flight hours (20 take-offs from metal and unpaved runways). The time of continuous operation of the equipment of the rocket in flight while under the aircraft carrier is 3 hours.

According to experts, RVV-BD missiles are intended primarily for hitting enemy long-range cruise missiles, as well as their direct carrier aircraft, at long range. Due to the design features that are required to ensure a huge missile flight range, it has less maneuverability capabilities than short-range and medium-range missiles. At the same time, its maneuverability is significantly better than that of its predecessor - the P-33 rocket (overload of the targets hit - 4g). The use of missiles RVV-DB can at least significantly disorganize the enemy, disrupt the military formations of aviation. The use of such missiles significantly expands the capabilities of the Russian military aviation, allowing you to successfully hit enemy cruise missiles from a long distance, as well as providing the possibility of hitting DRLO aircraft and air command posts located at a considerable distance from the front line and covered by enemy fighters.

It is clear that the effective range of such a missile at targets of the fighter class is significantly lower than the stated maximum values, but in any case it significantly exceeds the range of existing medium-range air-to-air missiles that exist today. The range of capture of the active homing head of the RVV-BD missile targets with an effective reflective surface 5 m 2 is estimated at 40 km.


The complex with long-range guided missiles RVV-BD includes the following types of training and training missiles:
- RVV-BD-UD - training version of the rocket, designed for ground training of aerodrome technicians on how to prepare missiles for use, operation, transportation and storage;
- RVV-BD-UL - training and flight version of the rocket, designed to train flight personnel in combat use of missiles without making actual launches;
- RVV-BD-UR - training and split version of the rocket, designed to study the technical and flight personnel of the rocket device;
- RVV-BD-GM - overall mass model of the rocket, designed to assess the performance characteristics of the aircraft carrier with missiles located on the suspension nodes.

Tactical and technical characteristics of RVV-DB (from the site ktrv.ru):
Overall dimensions: length - 4,06 m, diameter - 0,38 m, wingspan - 0,72 m, steering wheels - 1,02 m.
The launch range is maximum in the forward hemisphere for some targets - up to 200 km.
The height of the targets hit - 0,015 - 25 km.
Overload of targeted targets - up to 8g.
Missile launch mass - no more than 510 kg.
The mass of the missile warhead - 60 kg.
Target angle - ± 60 °.

Information sources:
http://rbase.new-factoria.ru/missile/wobb/r37/r37.shtml
http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-106.html
http://dfnc.ru/aviazcia/rossijskoe-aviatsionnoe-upravlyaemoe-oruzhie-nastoyashhee-i-budushhee/
http://www.ktrv.ru
http://vympelmkb.com
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  1. Nemesis
    Nemesis 10 November 2017 10: 00 New
    +2
    What new long-range air-to-air missiles are doing is correct, but it’s not worth relaxing, NATO is also on the alert. The author of the article in vain painted a fighter of a potential enemy with a missile capable of hitting only 100 km ... It is enough to recall the American AGM-54 ,, Phoenix '', with a launch range of up to 184 km. Developed by AGM-47 and AGM-155. There are also serious long-range missiles there.
    1. PPK
      PPK 10 November 2017 12: 31 New
      +4
      Here the problem is rather not how far the rocket can physically fly away, but in the range of target detection. Modern targets have become inconspicuous, for 200km Mig-31 will not be able to detect a missile the size of a Tomahawk or Caliber. Targets with EPR 5sq.m. these are 4th generation fighters and strategic bombers that are fading into history. All others shine many times less. And if you don’t find the target beyond the same 100km, then what's the point of making the rocket heavier and more expensive? It’s easier to take less long-range in larger quantities on board, it will be more effective.
      It seems that we are preparing for the past war.
      1. Nemesis
        Nemesis 10 November 2017 13: 43 New
        +3
        MiG-31 was just created to deal with Tomahawk cruise missiles
        1. PPK
          PPK 10 November 2017 14: 17 New
          +3
          Yes. Only now the Radar Barrier at a distance of 200 km is capable of detecting only bombers with EPR 19kv.m. The detection range of the target with the EPR Tomahawk against the background of the earth he has at best 20 kilometers. This was even written about in VO already right there. Accordingly, long-range missiles are simply not needed to solve this problem.
          1. Nemesis
            Nemesis 10 November 2017 14: 20 New
            +2
            Well, all the characteristics of the radar, especially since it has been seriously modernized now, no one will say to Military Review, this is a state secret. In the USSR, there were also not really stupid people, and no one would create a useless plane.
            1. PPK
              PPK 10 November 2017 14: 25 New
              +1
              This state secret is openly hanging on the site of NIIP Tikhomirov. The modernization consists in replacing the computer complex, the interference filtering is improved. But fundamentally nothing has changed there. It will be not 20km but 40km, in the best case, in the absence of electronic countermeasures. All the same, this distance is more than covered by medium-range missiles. So it’s probably better to carry more light missiles with you?
              1. Nemesis
                Nemesis 10 November 2017 14: 31 New
                +3
                Even according to official figures, the on-board electronics performance has increased by 9,3 times .... This is compared to the original version of the radar ... And believe me, not everyone uploads to websites.
                1. PPK
                  PPK 10 November 2017 15: 04 New
                  +3
                  The performance of on-board electronics does not cancel the laws of physics in any way, well, the radar works better in interference conditions. If the EPR target is 60 times lower than a huge bomber, then at least you crack, at least don't spread everything, the detection range will decrease by almost 3 times. And against the background of the earth still an additional 2-3 times.
                  1. Nemesis
                    Nemesis 10 November 2017 17: 59 New
                    +1
                    When adopting the MiG-31, back in the USSR, conducted training missile firing at a target simulating a Tomahawk cruise missile and fired far from 20 km ... The defeat of the target was successful ...
                    1. PPK
                      PPK 10 November 2017 19: 57 New
                      +1
                      Quote: Nemesis
                      conducted training missile firing at a target imitating a Tomahawk cruise missile and fired far from 20 km ... The defeat of the target was successful ...

                      if you have any reliable data, please provide in order not to be unfounded
                      1. Nemesis
                        Nemesis 11 November 2017 01: 09 New
                        +2
                        There are documentaries about the MiG-31, you have the Internet, look.
                    2. PPK
                      PPK 11 November 2017 14: 42 New
                      0
                      Specifically, can you provide information on the defeat of cruise missiles at long ranges? So far you have made an unfounded statement and have not backed it up with anything.
                      1. Sedoy
                        Sedoy 11 November 2017 16: 01 New
                        0
                        Quote: PPK
                        about the defeat of cruise missiles at long range


                        here the chip is somewhat different, I think ...

                        based on what the military said about the tomahawks attack in Syria, the detection of missiles at a flight altitude of 20-30 meters above the ground, for the s-400 (see picture) is 60 km ...
                        so to speak "direct visibility"

                        those. with an increase in the "height" of the radar, the detection range increases in a certain proportion, say from a height of 100m it is no longer 60km, but 100 - it’s conditionally eat-but ...

                        Based on this, one can also judge the detection range from an airplane ...
                        eating but adjusting for its radar, because he is clearly weaker than the s-400 radar

                      2. Nemesis
                        Nemesis 12 November 2017 10: 19 New
                        +1
                        Do you understand Russian? I wrote to you in Russian - Open a documentary about the MiG-31 and look, everything is intelligibly told there, including the interception on the MiG-31 of a target simulating a Tomahawk cruise missile ... The missile was successfully detected and intercepted ...
                      3. PPK
                        PPK 12 November 2017 14: 51 New
                        +2
                        Quote: Nemesis
                        It turns out that you are a very lazy person, prone to empty words

                        I confirmed my words with facts, but on the contrary you came up with a certain film (still unknown who made it, I hope not REN-TV) and refuse to say at least its name. So which of us is idle talk?
                    3. PPK
                      PPK 12 November 2017 14: 18 New
                      +3
                      Quote: Nemesis
                      Do you understand Russian? I wrote you in Russian - Open the documentary about the MiG-31

                      So give a link to this movie and tell me at what minute to watch. Is it really that hard?
                      1. Nemesis
                        Nemesis 12 November 2017 14: 40 New
                        +1
                        I don’t need it, I watched this film and I remember its essence. You need it, so look, spend 10 minutes of your time, find the film and watch it.
                    4. PPK
                      PPK 12 November 2017 14: 46 New
                      0
                      Quote: Nemesis
                      I do not need it,

                      it turns out that you just invented everything yourself and nothing more?
                      1. Nemesis
                        Nemesis 12 November 2017 14: 48 New
                        +2
                        It turns out that you are a very lazy person, prone to empty words. You think that everything around you should ... Nobody owes you anything ... If you are interested, I told you where to find, but not interesting, so do not look.
                  2. venik
                    venik 10 November 2017 19: 14 New
                    0
                    Quote: PPK
                    The performance of on-board electronics does not cancel the laws of physics in any way, well, the radar works better in interference conditions.

                    =========
                    Do you even KNOW WHAT this radar has "resolution"???? DO NOT KNOW ??? Well, that's better and"grind into a straw"....... So" you "are right EVERYTHING and" laid out "!!!
                    1. PPK
                      PPK 10 November 2017 20: 00 New
                      +5
                      Do you know what the notorious resolution, can you answer what it depends on and how is it related to the detection range? It seems to me not.
          2. sgrabik
            sgrabik 10 November 2017 17: 07 New
            +1
            Do not talk nonsense, on the upgraded version of the MiG-31 BM it is completely replaced by a new entire radio-electronic filling of the aircraft, the new Zaslon-M radar sees more than three times further small targets (such as the Tomahawk CR) not to mention fighters.
            1. PPK
              PPK 10 November 2017 20: 00 New
              0
              Quote: sgrabik
              Radar Zaslon-M more than three times farther sees small targets (such as CR Tomahawk) n

              Three times it is 60km (in fact, there is a maximum of 2 times, but not the point). What is the point of rockets with a range of 200 km?
              What is the point of firing rockets with a maximum overload of 4g at maximum range?
              1. NN52
                NN52 10 November 2017 22: 46 New
                +7
                90 km

                and 8g overload for esport ...

                and read what the p 33 was originally designed for ...
                1. PPK
                  PPK 11 November 2017 00: 14 New
                  +2
                  90km is the average range, using a RVV-DB for this is the same as burning the stove with banknotes.
                  Quote: NN52
                  and read what the p 33 was originally designed for ...

                  This is exactly what I am driving at. Not at all for the destruction of the Kyrgyz Republic. I just thought people here could have guessed themselves, but no.
              2. Sedoy
                Sedoy 11 November 2017 16: 06 New
                +1
                Quote: PPK
                What is the point of rockets with a range of 200 km?


                well ... let's say this ...
                as stated about the mission of the MiG-31 "against cruise missiles and their carriers" ...
                so, you can calculate a certain B-52 from a decent distance ...
                1. PPK
                  PPK 11 November 2017 16: 08 New
                  0
                  About that and speech. For the B-52, such a missile is still justified.
                  1. AlexKP
                    AlexKP 11 November 2017 22: 35 New
                    +2
                    Mig 31 fighter interceptor air defense. Does this tell you something? Apparently not, otherwise there would be no question why such long-range missiles.
                    1. PPK
                      PPK 12 November 2017 14: 19 New
                      0
                      Have you ever read what was originally discussed in this discussion?
              3. Turist1996
                Turist1996 11 November 2017 20: 13 New
                +1
                That’s what I’m sure of, is that the data that you know from the Barrier and Barrier-M have nothing to do with the actual characteristics. Otherwise, I do not envy you. The second "Belenko" I definitely do not need.
          3. mvg
            mvg 12 November 2017 17: 27 New
            +1
            Tomogavk, against the background of the earth, with an EPR of 0.1 m2, he will detect when he is informed from the ground that Tomogavk has “arrived”.
            And an ESR of 5 m2 for a modern aircraft, a fighter class - this is a lot, not to mention the Kyrgyz Republic. So we are going to shoot, at best, at bombers or AWACS. So who will launch the carrier at a distance of 200 km? And 200 is polygon conditions.
        2. arkadiyssk
          arkadiyssk 12 November 2017 21: 25 New
          +1
          MiG-31 and the fight against the Tomahawks? Very funny. A cruise missile is a means of massive attack. Therefore, please describe how a fighter with 6 missiles will fight a salvo of 50 axes, for example, at AB Shairat in Syria?
          1. Nemesis
            Nemesis 13 November 2017 00: 26 New
            +1
            Fighters do not fly on tasks one at a time. You ask such questions because you don’t understand basic things. MiG-31 is part of the air defense system, and not the entire system. A volley of 50 tomahawks can only be given by a destroyer, or a submarine, and such targets, still on the way, will be attacked by domestic submarines and naval aviation ... Only Papuans can hit with cruise missiles from afar, war with a technically developed country will lead to electronic warfare systems were used, part of the navigation satellites of the enemy will be destroyed ... In this situation, the enemy will use his aircraft, which will have to come relatively close to the targets, in order to hit them using their own airborne guidance systems, but against B- 52, each of which carries 12 Tomahawks, the MiG-31 pair is quite in place. In addition, exercises were held during which the MiG-31 was used as a leader aircraft that aimed Su-27 fighters
      2. Phoenix_L'vov
        Phoenix_L'vov 16 November 2017 09: 21 New
        +2
        This rocket is for the destruction of Avax and bombers, not fighters.
      3. iouris
        iouris 28 February 2018 13: 29 New
        0
        Quote: PPK
        we are preparing for the past war

        They just work for us on a personal plan: "They look down on the bourgeois."
  2. Ryabtsev Grigory Evgenievich
    Ryabtsev Grigory Evgenievich 10 November 2017 10: 17 New
    +1
    Quite a decent “present” for the adversary. True, in my opinion, for "products" reaching the domestic market, the launch range (maximum) and the upper boundary of the affected area will be larger than those given in the article.
    1. Nikolaevich I
      Nikolaevich I 10 November 2017 14: 46 New
      +1
      Export option P-37M-200 km ....... for own consumption-300 km
  3. dvvv
    dvvv 10 November 2017 12: 04 New
    +1
    only the reflected surface of the targets in 5m is somehow embarrassing. All new or modern airplanes will not be within her power, but I generally keep silent about the Kyrgyz Republic ...
    1. Vlad.by
      Vlad.by 10 November 2017 13: 14 New
      +2
      Do you think that the inclusion of AGSN will only be from the 0th angle in relation to the goal?
      Search angle - 60 gr. and already at the angle of 10 gr. the same F-22 will have an EPR greater than 3 m2.
      Do not bother with advertising characteristics.
      1. dvvv
        dvvv 10 November 2017 14: 13 New
        +1
        is it that the rocket will fly like a minesweeper with tacks to notice it, and the F-22 will hang on a rope at this time?) That’s all rubbish! It remains to believe that getting closer to 10km will have time to capture and hold the target and, perhaps, even hit this target. For AWAKS, the missile will be more interesting if the interceptor can get close enough, or even drive it away and interrupt the work of AWAKS.
        1. Vlad.by
          Vlad.by 10 November 2017 16: 24 New
          +1
          And here is a minesweeper and a rope? A long-range missile is launched into the target location area and is aimed at the point of the assumed target location by the inertial guidance system.
          Assume that by the time the AGSN is turned on, it will be STRICTLY at a zero angle from the stealth only with a very large share of imagination. And from a non-zero angle, any stealth has a very decent EPR, much larger than in brochures. Accordingly, the probability of detecting and capturing the target's AGSN will be much more than 50%.
          So the rope can only fit as a loop on the neck.
      2. mvg
        mvg 12 November 2017 17: 29 New
        +2
        the same F-22 will have an EPR greater than 3 m2.
        Who are the tsiforki secretly said? And why not 50 m2. Cheers patriotism is playing?
        1. Vlad.by
          Vlad.by 12 November 2017 23: 46 New
          0
          Yes, even 0,5. Although, when irradiated from the side, I suppose it will be closer to three.
          But this is not important - it’s important, that the AGSN will capture.
  4. Nikolaevich I
    Nikolaevich I 10 November 2017 15: 25 New
    +2
    The K-37, KS-172 missiles were conceived when "the grass was greener and the water was clearer." If the enemy has radars with AFAR, IR scanners and, in the near future, air-based anti-ballistic missiles (and in a slightly more distant future, and laser "guns"), the efficiency that was dreamed of when creating the RVV database was no longer possible, after a short time. But this, if you "think" about the destruction of bombers, multi-role fighters of a high-tech enemy. But to destroy the KR using the MiG-31BM, as flying air defense platforms; K-37, KS-172 with the possibility of an aeroballistic flight path, come in handy. The Chinese later than in Russia, they began to work on the RVV database and this can explain the somewhat greater perfection of Chinese missiles before Russian ones (for example, ARGSN with AFAR). I think that after a short time the air-to-air missiles are not only long-range, but also medium P It is also necessary to equip with units of "super maneuverability" for evading interceptor missiles ...
    1. Vlad.by
      Vlad.by 10 November 2017 16: 11 New
      +2
      Airborne anti-missiles will include RVVs with multiple or tandem striking units, one or more of which will operate with electronic warfare. And then what will “super-maneuverable” anti-missiles do?
      And then, where does the information about the great perfection of Chinese missiles come from? From promotional materials?
      So they already have fifth-generation fighters in these avenues and are "significantly" more perfect than American and Russian ...
      Do not read Chinese newspapers in the morning. Thank God there are still newspapers without hieroglyphs. laughing
      1. Nikolaevich I
        Nikolaevich I 11 November 2017 05: 15 New
        +2
        Quote: Vlad.by
        Airborne anti-missiles will include RVVs with multiple or tandem striking units, one or more of which will operate with electronic warfare. And then what will “super-maneuverable” anti-missiles do?

        There was such a thought: about the "divided parts" .... But measures of any counteraction are rarely "lonely" ... most often. They try to apply complex measures .... and this is where the block of "super maneuverability" will not hurt .

        Quote: Vlad.by
        Where did the information about the great perfection of Chinese missiles come from?

        If the word "perfection" is used, then this does not always imply a qualitative factor .... a constructive "can take place" ..... The latest Chinese RVV database: ARGSN with AFAR and electronic scanning; satellite correction, the ability to interfere with the ARGSN of American missiles. Russian RVV DB (K-37M, K-100): ARGS (AFAR absent, mechanical scanning); inertial system + radio command correction (no satellite correction) ......
        Quote: Vlad.by
        Do not read Chinese newspapers in the morning. Thank God, there are still newspapers without hieroglyphs

        The advice is probably wrong .... a potential adversary needs to be studied (including through newspapers ...) And still .... perhaps the time has come when it is necessary (at least, gradually) to part with the old stereotypes: " all Chinese is r .... in ........ oh! " After a relatively short time, this stereotype will not be relevant.
    2. Sedoy
      Sedoy 11 November 2017 16: 13 New
      0
      Quote: Nikolaevich I
      equip also with blocks of "super maneuverability" for evading interceptor missiles ...


      but for me they need to be equipped with warheads with electromagnetic pulsed radiation ...
      I really don’t know if there are already such or not
      but for the "simple" rockets already exist, well, if you believe the internet ... :)
      those. in case of explosion at a certain height - disables all electronics in a radius of 3.5km
      no need to really aim anywhere - "just show with your hand" ... :)
      and in the area of ​​this explosion, all equipment, planes, tomahawks, etc. immediately becomes "iron" ...
      1. Nikolaevich I
        Nikolaevich I 11 November 2017 17: 04 New
        +1
        Something really began to hope for "warheads with electromagnetic pulsed radiation"! Like a sign of the cross before evil spirits! How not to make a mistake ........ when reality will not correspond to what you want. After all, this “wishful thinking” was not checked not only “in battle”, but also in “exercises” ... there are no serial prototypes, there are no organizational measures, tactical instructions - there is no clear understanding of how EMR weapons can be used and what will happen .
        1. Sedoy
          Sedoy 12 November 2017 16: 17 New
          0
          Well, why not ...
          here the question of secrecy is most likely ...
          new chip ....
          data doesn’t really shine ...
          limited to general words ...

          but judging by the fact that the paddle Saxons, on both sides of the ocean, talk about it “fearfully”, there is reason to believe that our foggy statements are not just show off

          nobody began to hope, just a goal worthy of embodiment in full ...
  5. sgrabik
    sgrabik 10 November 2017 16: 54 New
    0
    Our super-long-range missile KS-172-1, the lead developer of OAO OKB Novator named after im. Lyuleva L.V. (Yekaterinburg city). Guaranteed missile range is 400 km.
  6. da Vinci
    da Vinci 10 November 2017 20: 09 New
    0
    If this rocket were in low orbits! repeat
  7. Pan_hrabio
    Pan_hrabio 10 November 2017 21: 23 New
    +2
    Say what you like, but with all its advantages, the RVV-BD is much inferior to the European Meteor with a ramjet engine.

    After Meteor’s climb to an altitude of 20–25 km and speeds of the order of 3800–4000 km / h, the ramjet engine switches to an economical mode of operation with minimal fuel consumption, the rocket moves at a 3,5-fly speed and minimal ballistic drag in the stratosphere. Upon reaching a distance of 90 - 110 km from the launch point, the ramjet moves to medium or maximum thrust, and the rocket accelerates to 4 - 4,5M. As a result, at the final section of the flight (120 - 150 km), the MBDA Meteor has sufficient energy qualities to intercept targets maneuvering with overloads of up to 11-12 units. Moreover, the pursuit of the goal can occur both in the stratosphere and in the lower layers of the troposphere. Today, not a single Russian or American long-range air-to-air missile possesses such qualities.


    https://topwar.ru/114996-opasnost-zamorazhivaniya
    -proekta-pryamotochnoy-rakety-rvv-ae-pd-v-polzu-t
    radicionnogo-izdeliya-170-1.html
  8. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 11 November 2017 13: 06 New
    0
    "inertial with radio correction and active radar homing, which is included in the final section of the flight path of the rocket" /////

    How can she hit a moving target? Inertial - does not help. Radio correction - how is it? After all, an aircraft with its relatively weak radar does not see the target at maximum launch distances. What does the message get on the radio: "the b-52 turned to the left, the course is so-and-so, correct the rocket." And the active location is when the rocket itself has already captured the target.
    In my opinion, getting to the maximum distance is possible only by chance. In a certain bomber of the enemy, which flies at a constant rate at a constant speed.
    1. NN52
      NN52 11 November 2017 15: 49 New
      +8
      Masterpiece written ...
      If, as you write, a weak sight does not see the target, then how will it launch?
      Why do you think such a missile range was made, 300?
      I will explain, because the sight at 31 sees "slightly" away ....

      Your view is wrong >>>
      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 11 November 2017 19: 33 New
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        "how then will he launch?" ////

        Only for external target designation with a strong ground-based radar. The fighter plane itself does not see the enemy, but it sees the ground radar. And transfers the course and speed of the bomber to the fighter. He launches an explosive rocket at an approximate calculated meeting point. Actually blind. But there is a chance to intercept.
  9. ROM1077
    ROM1077 12 November 2017 09: 31 New
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    if you put a nuclear charge on it, then not 1 plane of the 5th generation will go away
  10. Angry
    Angry 3 May 2020 21: 54 New
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    It is necessary to make light RCC from it. Speed ​​6M! Range 300 + km. BCh-60 kg. Weight - 500 kg. Yes, she has two times less warheads compared to the X-35 .... But we also know cases with Sheffield, and Stark, which were disabled by RCCs in which the warhead did not explode at all. And with such a mass, it can easily replace Uranus on pylons of at least helicopters, even of planes. Any corvette frigate, crane harmful pill. Moreover, it is reaching the target at a speed of 2km / s! And any Su can take them with a dozen, and Mig-29K all 6? And the Ka-52/29 will probably be able to carry a pair. And a link can do very much with such a load. And if you put a launch accelerator on it and put instead of the X-35 on the BNK, at least on the same RTO pr.1234 there are also 16 pieces .... This is a terrible force! Yes, and on new frigates with Onyx and Zircons, it would also come in handy ... Not all goals deserve heavy RCC. In addition, all ship anti-submarine Ka-27 would be good to re-equip them .... Everything happens in life. And so, another 200 of its flight ranges will be added to the helicopter’s own radius of 300 km, so any of our corvettes will be able to attack the target for 500 km, that is, outside the scope of their X-35 anti-ship missiles.