NI linked the OSNOD system with an increase in the radius of use of Russian fighters


Representatives of the American magazine The National Interest are not tired of sharing their thoughts on Russian military equipment. Literally daily, the pages of this publication publish materials that contradict each other in terms of assessing the characteristics of the Russian weapons. This time the material turned out to be dedicated to Russian aviation, in particular, the question of what will allow Russian-made fighters to increase the radius of their use.


The author of the material (Charlie Gao) writes that OSNOD, a unified system of communication, data exchange, navigation and recognition, can help Russian fighters in this regard.

The NI pages report on the Russian OSNOD, "resembling the Link-16 data exchange network", which is used in the NATO environment. It is also added that it acts as the Russian analogue of the American CEC - a kind of combat information system.

Recall that earlier in Russia there were announced plans to equip the OSNOD fighter Su-30SM (modernization to Su-30SM1) and Su-57. This system allows you to coordinate the actions of aircraft (helicopters) when performing combat missions. The OSNOD option for the Su-57 is distinguished by constant cryptographic protection of data during their exchange, as well as increased noise immunity. Such a system is characterized by a high data processing speed, which allows the pilot to receive a wide range of protected information in real time.

It is not entirely clear how OSNOD is directly related to the fighter combat range characteristics.
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  1. Victor_B 25 February 2020 06: 55 New
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    It is not entirely clear how OSNOD is directly related to the fighter combat range characteristics.

    Something I also do not catch up with, how can communication systems increase the combat radius?
    Well, let's optimize maneuvering, speed up the passage of commands.
    Well, it will give UNITS of percent to range.
    1. Tusv 25 February 2020 07: 27 New
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      Something I also do not catch up with, how can communication systems increase the combat radius?

      Well, flight optimization by 5% is an extra 75 km. Well, if you take into account the maneuver when approaching the target, let's say go into the rear hemisphere undetected, the savings can be all 10%
      1. seregatara1969 25 February 2020 07: 53 New
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        Butter
      2. Private-K 25 February 2020 07: 59 New
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        Quote: Tusv
        Well, flight optimization by 5% is an extra 75 km. Well, if you take into account the maneuver when approaching the target, let's say go into the rear hemisphere undetected, the savings can be all 10%

        Probably so.
        Usually we measure the range purely for fuel.
      3. hydrox 25 February 2020 08: 33 New
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        If we add to this the optimization of the operating mode of the engines and the optimization of the choice of the route online when taking into account the weather (course and level - wind and humidity) when approaching the target, this may exceed the possibilities indicated by you.
    2. svp67 25 February 2020 08: 11 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Something I also do not catch up with, how can communication systems increase the combat radius?

      Apparently the characteristic should sound like a "radius of effective combat use" ...
      1. Victor_B 25 February 2020 08: 16 New
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        Quote: svp67
        Apparently the characteristic should sound like a "radius of effective combat use" ...

        To be honest, I misunderstood you ...
        Enlighten.
        In my understanding, the "combat radius" value is different depending on the task.
        One-way and backward flight to hit a ground target - more.
        One-way and vice versa flight for duty in the barrage zone - less.
        1. svp67 25 February 2020 08: 34 New
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          Quote: Victor_B
          To be honest, I misunderstood you ...
          Enlighten.

          I’ll try to explain, a group of aircraft, using such a system, and even a protected one, has more chances to remain under control and perform necessary maneuvers in a changing tactical environment than without it. This also applies to a single aircraft. What is the use of an airplane sent to the maximum combat radius if you cannot control it ... but if the situation has changed while it was flying, you need to redirect it or adjust it
    3. lucul 25 February 2020 08: 19 New
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      Something I also do not catch up with, how can communication systems increase the combat radius?

      It is written
      This system allows you to coordinate the actions of aircraft (helicopters) when performing combat missions.

      That is, in fact, the beginning of network centric. The aircraft can receive data from all sources and from drones and other aircraft. That will allow you to fly directly to the goal - bypassing its search.
      1. hydrox 25 February 2020 08: 46 New
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        Namely, that not directly, but taking into account the obstacles, dangers and conditions of approaching the target: keep in mind that goals are not only airborne, but taking into account the work on the target and other actors, with other means, then there’s no reason to fly there headlong , but it is possible to save fuel and the resource of stay in the active zone of a theater of operations.
    4. Vladimir_2U 25 February 2020 11: 20 New
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      The wires have become wireless, which means it’s easier!
  2. Sofa expert 25 February 2020 06: 59 New
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    It is not entirely clear how OSNOD is directly related to the fighter combat range characteristics.


    From the stashes took out an old tube quantum computer
    1. Victor_B 25 February 2020 07: 01 New
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      Quote: Divan expert
      From the stashes took out an old tube quantum computer

      Well, QUANTUM is, on the contrary, from the future!
      You, apparently, meant ANALOGUE. So they are the size of a closet!
      1. Sofa expert 25 February 2020 07: 07 New
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        Soviet scientists and not so developed wink
    2. g1washntwn 25 February 2020 07: 06 New
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      Quote: Divan expert
      It is not entirely clear how OSNOD is directly related to the fighter combat range characteristics.

      The logic of British scientists is as follows: if a new communication system was needed, then the radius of combat use of aircraft became larger. About network centric for them is too difficult.
      1. KAVBER 25 February 2020 07: 55 New
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        Logic ... British scientists .... I do not see the connection. They are paid for citation, not for logical connections.
  3. Mountain shooter 25 February 2020 07: 00 New
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    Noteworthy is how often NI prints all sorts of stuff about Russian military equipment. This means that readers of the "electorate" of the magazine WANT to know about it. He is interested ... The editors are working out how they can ... only where can she find competent experts? Let them turn to VO! laughing we are even more competent ...
    1. hydrox 25 February 2020 08: 51 New
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      And if NI also published samples of comments at least once every 2 weeks, grouping them by topic, they could make very good money by selling a printed version of such a publication
  4. Thrifty 25 February 2020 07: 20 New
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    Why not understand? Aircraft around their own aircraft, hyperslight lol , and the farther the plane flies away, the faster these waves run, because they are bored in the air without their plane. ... crying
  5. CBR600 25 February 2020 09: 06 New
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    I believe that we are talking about the use of explosives for 300 km. Those. the indicated system will make it possible to identify and direct missiles beyond the scope of its own aircraft radar, given that the performance characteristics of domestic missiles are always classified, which is what they fear. Therefore, they consider such a hypothesis. And it pleases me. For f35 slowly turns into trash.
  6. iouris 25 February 2020 11: 55 New
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    Quote: It is not entirely clear how OSNOD is directly related to the fighter combat range characteristics. The end of the quote.
    From the point of view of NATO, the range of combat employment of fighters is determined not only by the range of flight, but also by the borders of combat control. Beyond the borders of the combat control zone, it makes no sense to conduct combat operations. Something like this.
  7. orionvitt 25 February 2020 16: 40 New
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    I agree, combat effectiveness will increase. Moreover, such systems were introduced during the Soviet Union, starting in the 70s. There is experience. But here is the range, in terms of combat radius? Are they adding fuel to the tanks? All this is very relative.