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Su-35: fighter "in the wings"

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The external differences between the Su-35 and Su-27 fighters are small: the keels of the first are shorter than those of the Su-27 (although there are more steering wheels), and there is less “sting” between the engine nacelles. On the new plane there is no large air brake, available in the Su-27, to reduce the speed it uses different angles of deflection of the rudders. A nose strut chassis has two wheels, instead of one from its predecessor.



But inside the plane everything has changed a lot. It is equipped with two engines with variable thrust vectoring AL-41Ф1С (“product 117С”), with a pull at each afterburner in 142,2 kN, which is 16% more than Su-27. The new fighter is equipped with an auxiliary power unit TA14-130-35 to power its onboard systems. In its design used new materials. The fuel supply in 11,5 tons by 22% exceeds the volume of Su-27. Inside the cockpit, the pilot has an electronic flight control system consisting of two 380x290 mm multifunctional monitors MFI-35, as well as three small screens, and a display system on the windshield with a large IKSH-1M viewing angle. On the Su-35 mounted electrical remote control system with a fourfold redundancy. Oxygen is produced by an onboard generator, which avoids charging oxygen cylinders after each flight. Sukhoi Design Bureau also introduced a service form for many systems “by state”, as opposed to replacing them with resource indicators, which increases the maintainability of the fighter.

Improved radar and EW system

Major changes also affected the Su-35 onboard electronic systems. The main target detection system is Sh135, which consists of the Irbis H135 radar and the Khibiny electronic warfare system. Radar Н135 was developed NIIP them. Tikhomirov, and mass production is conducted at the Ryazan State Instrument Plant. The radar is a development of the НХNUMXМ “Bars” system, which is installed on board the Su-011MKI fighter jets, developed on the order of the Indian Air Force, and like its predecessor, the radar is equipped with a passive phased array antenna. The Irbis has several Barça modules, including a synchronization system, low- and ultra-high-frequency receivers, and a power amplifier. The original Indian PCBM, which stands on Bars, was replaced by Russian systems. Solo-30 is responsible for receiving the signal, and Solo-35.01 is responsible for information processing and radar control, instead of the Indian processors RC35.02 and RC1, standing in Barça.

Compared to Bars, Irbis uses a wider set of operating frequencies (thereby increasing resistance to interference), has a larger horizontal viewing angle +/- 125 °, an increased detection range and higher resolution. The radar can accompany up to 30 air targets, of which eight can be almost consistently accompanied with an accuracy sufficient for their simultaneous attack by medium-range air-to-air missiles with active seeker. Two targets can be fired at the same time with rockets from a semi-active GOS, and this requires the radar to highlight targets. In air-to-ground mode, the radar can detect four ground targets. The average output power is 5 kW, and peak power can reach 20 kW. This gives the radar the ability to use the “early warning” mode (limited by the 100 ° x100 ° sector), which allows detecting fighter targets at a distance of 350-400 km in the forward hemisphere, or up to 150 km when viewing the rear hemisphere. During normal search modes (covers the 300 ° x300 ° sector), the radar can detect fighters at a range of 200 km in the absence of clouds or 170 km in the viewing mode of the underlying surface. Radar "Irbis" can also classify targets ("large", "medium" or "small"), as well as sort them by type, for example, "helicopter", "cruise missile" or "fighter", comparing them with the memory library purposes.

The Khibiny-M EW complex is manufactured by the Kaluga Scientific Research Radio Engineering Institute. The complex consists of a reconnaissance unit that captures radiation from an air-based radar or air defense, as well as an electronic countermeasure unit. A part of the system operates at the most popular high frequencies (H and J waves) and is built into the airframe. If necessary, containers can be suspended on the Su-35, which enhance the capabilities of the system by adding the ability to operate on medium waves (from E to G). The Su-35 also has blocks for shooting traps HC-50 on 14 ammunition., Which are located on the “sting” in the rear part of the fuselage.

Passive Detection Systems

Optical-location station OLS-35 for Su-35 was developed by the Scientific-Production Corporation “Precision Instrument Engineering Systems” (NPK SPP). This is an unusual choice for Sukhoi design bureaus, which focused on the products of the Ural Optical-Mechanical Plant, installed on other types of design bureaus, including the T-50 fighter under development. OLS-35 has an infrared and electro-optical camera, which use a common optical unit, as well as a laser rangefinder and a target light. The system is mounted in the bow of the Su-35, its auto-tracking zone +/- 90 ° in azimuth, - 15 ° / + 60 ° in elevation. An air target of the size of a Su-30 can be detected at a distance of 90 km in the rear hemisphere or from 35 km in the front. OLS-35 can accompany four air targets at the same time, while not sending any signals that can warn them about exposure. The Su-35 pilot is also equipped with an on-target targeting system, although its type has not yet been made public.

SPK SPK also manufactures an air-to-ground sighting container for the Su-35, which is equipped with electro-optical, infrared and laser channels, as well as a laser target designator, which allows the fighter pilot to direct aviation weapons of destruction on targets highlighted by a third party. A container can accompany up to four ground targets at a time.

Su-35 is equipped with a more sophisticated airborne defense complex, also produced by SPK SEC. The infrared missile warning system consists of six sensors located in the front of the fuselage to provide a full coverage. The system can record the launch of MANPADS missiles at a distance of 10 km, air-to-air missiles - 30 km, and large surface-to-air missiles - from 50 km. Two sensors detecting laser irradiation are located on the sides in the nose of the fuselage. They can detect laser rangefinders at a distance of 30 km.

The radar detection system for the Su-35 consists of the L150-35 “Pastel” system developed by the Omsk TsKBA company, which stands on modern Russian combat aircraft. L150 also provides target coordinates for anti-radar missiles.

Increased ability to hit targets

Su-35 will be able to use all types of tactical missiles that are in service with the Russian Air Force, or that will be adopted. For the first time, the guided missile was launched from the Su-35 27 July 2012. Although no details were made public on this launch, it appeared that it was an air-to-air missile of medium-range P-73. New types of missiles that are currently being introduced into production in Russia include the P-77-1 medium-range missile and the P-74М short-range missile. Subsequent versions, known as K-77M and K-74М2, are in development. It is believed that the Su-35 will also be able to use the K-37M long-range missile, which is currently being tested. Equipping the fighter with the K-100 rocket developed by the Novator Design Bureau, with which the aircraft was publicly exhibited, is not planned, and the development of the rocket has since been discontinued.

Of the air-to-surface missiles, the Su-35 can use X-31PM and X-58US anti-radar missiles, X-31АМ, X-35У and X-59МК anti-ship missiles, X-38М universal rocket with various GOS, as well as guided bombs caliber 250-, 500- and 1500 kg. 2005 advertising materials of the year contained information that Su-35 can be equipped with heavy anti-ship missiles Caliber-A and Yakhont.

Russian "additional" fighter

The Su-35BM program was launched 10 years ago with the aim of producing an aircraft for export. It was funded solely by Sukhoi and its partners, the model of the new aircraft was shown at the Dubai Air Show 2003 in November. It was expected that the Su-35 would be ready in 2007, and it was viewed as a “transitional” type of fighter, allowing the company to save prior to the production of the 5 generation fighter PAK FA / T-50. But its prospects and the role within the company have radically changed compared to the original plans.

The requirement of the Russian Air Force to equip 30 squadrons, each of which should have X-NUMX T-12 fighters, is now considered as unattainable, primarily because of the cost of the fifth-generation fighter. If the Air Force wants to have 50 squadrons, they need a simpler and cheaper aircraft as a supplement to the T-30. The second aircraft must also meet the requirements of the Russian Air Force, including a range of 50 km, which excludes the possibility of purchasing a light fighter. The evolution of Russian plans affected the fate of the Su-3000, which was chosen as an addition to the T-35, and this paved the way for large domestic orders.

When UAC President Mikhail Pogosyan was recently asked about the future of the Su-35, he confirmed that he would be upgraded and produced for many years along with PAK FA as his cheaper alternative. Pogosyan refused to clarify the price difference between the two aircraft, but according to him, the fifth-generation fighter will “cost no more than 100 million dollars,” while Su-35 should be “cheaper to maintain competitiveness in the market.”

The concept of a mixed fleet of expensive / cheap aircraft led to the fact that in August 2009 of the Russian Air Force ordered 48 Su-35, which should be delivered to 2015, worth 1,4 billion rubles. (45 million dollars) each. The contract was followed by complaints from the aviation industry that the price of the aircraft was below its cost. In accordance with the State Armaments Program, another batch of 48 Su-35, which should be supplied in 2016-2020, will be ordered a little later.

Test pilot Sergei Bogdan made the first flight on the Su-35 (w / o "901") 19 February 2008 from the KnAAPO take-off field. The second aircraft (“902”) started the 2 test on October 2008, followed by the third (“904”, the aircraft with the number “903” was used for static tests), but on 26 on April 2009 it burned down on the runway . This event was a serious blow to the program, as the b / n "904" was the first fully equipped instance, and its loss slowed down the tests for many months.

3 in May 2011 on Su-35-1 took off at KnAAPO. This third instance of the Su-35 was the first aircraft in the configuration ordered by the Russian Air Force. Su-35-1 b / n "01" was sent to the test center in Akhtubinsk 28 in May 2011, with the aim of passing state tests. The second board (Su-35-2 "02") took to the air 2 December 2011, followed by 17 January 2012, followed by Su-35С-3 (b / n "03") and Su-35С-4 (" 04 ”) 19 February 2012 g. The first four copies of the Su-35 are used for testing, the aircraft“ 01 ”and“ 04 ”are currently in Zhukovsky, and the second pair are in Akhtubinsk. Each carries a camouflage that includes three shades of gray and blue. The 100 flight of the Su-35 program was 23 March 2009, 300 th - 19 September 2010 and 500 4 April 2012. By the beginning of 2013, the planes made 1000 flights.

Another six Su-35 were formally transferred to the Air Force in December 2012 and migrated to Akhtubinsk at the end of January (“06”, “07” and “08”) and mid-February (“09”, “10” and “11”) 2013 d. They were painted in dark gray camouflage with light gray undersides. Some of them should be sent to the center of combat use and training of flight personnel in Lipetsk.

By the end of April, the 12 Su-35 was released, including two prototypes and ten production Su-35Cs. In 2013 and 2014 KnAAPO must produce 12 aircraft per year, plus 14 in 2015, in order to fulfill the initial contract for 48 machines.

Export sales

Despite the success of the Su-35 in the domestic market, it has not yet entered service outside of Russia. He was offered to China since 2006, and China was considered by the manufacturer as a starting customer, but he showed no interest in new purchases of large batches of Su-27 variants (taking into account the start of production of its own, unlicensed versions of Su-27). Instead, the Chinese wanted to buy a small batch of aircraft - four or six cars, or even some of the systems installed on them, for example, the Irbis radar or the AL-41FS engines. The Russian side said it was ready to sell at least 48 aircraft to China.

China’s interest in the aircraft was considered lost until 25 in March 2013, when it became aware of the signing of a contract for the supply of 24 aircraft to the PRC. This surprised the Russian side, which stated that only the “framework agreement” for the supply of fighters was signed. First news about the contract appeared in the Chinese media, while information about previous deliveries of Su fighters to China usually came from Russian sources. It is possible that with the help of such a leak, China is trying to put pressure on Russia by insisting on selling 24, and not 48 aircraft.

Negotiations with Libya for the supply of 12 Su-35 reached an advanced stage in 2009, when the fighter was introduced to the Libyan delegation. But the regime change in the country has reduced the chances of a contract. Su-35 was also excluded from the Brazilian tender for the purchase of a new multi-purpose fighter.

In 2013, the city of Sukhoi and UAC intensified efforts to sell Su-35 for export. According to their representatives, negotiations are underway with representatives of 10 countries, and the appearance of the aircraft at the Farnborough air show can be considered as the beginning of a new international marketing campaign.

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  1. Su-9
    Su-9 23 October 2013 08: 52 New
    +9
    The plane is cool. One to one competitor only F22. I hope the Ministry of Defense will somehow decide on the heterogeneity of the park (in the direction of reducing the number of types in service), and the SU-35, together with the new 5th generation aircraft, will serve together.
    1. Civil
      Civil 23 October 2013 09: 10 New
      +6
      30 squadrons of 12 PAK FA airplanes .... 360 airplanes .... oh, they probably won’t even reach the mixed fleet ..... I mean modifications
      1. Su-9
        Su-9 23 October 2013 09: 52 New
        +5
        The cost of operation is very important. in principle, if the T-50 is done correctly, then it should be several times smaller than the old Su-27. On this and save. Plus, effective basing (given that Teshka can be quickly deployed) you do not need to keep expensive permanent shelves in the north, but only bases.
        So 360 aircraft - should be able to.
        1. MilaPhone
          MilaPhone 23 October 2013 10: 41 New
          +6
          Quote: Su-9
          The plane is cool. One to one competitor only F22.

          In my opinion, as a competitor to the Su -35, the F-15SE Silent Eagle (Silent Eagle) fighter of the 4 ++ generation is more suitable.
          1. Basileus
            Basileus 23 October 2013 12: 21 New
            +1
            Judging by the vertical keels, this is not SE. By the way, I wonder why, when designing the Su-35, we did not take the opportunity to slightly correct stealth with such geometric methods? A pair of faces could be parallelized, and the keels rejected.
    2. Zerstorer
      Zerstorer 23 October 2013 12: 28 New
      0
      Quote: Su-9
      One to one competitor only F22.

      Well, we will not forget Eurofighter and Rafal.
    3. aviator65
      aviator65 14 December 2013 20: 17 New
      0
      What kind of "reduction in the number of types in service" can we talk about when the supply of new equipment is estimated at several dozen machines?
  2. Airman
    Airman 23 October 2013 08: 54 New
    +9
    Nevertheless, this is a modification of the SU-27, which turned out to be an excellent machine. For 30 years of operation, technologies and materials have changed that have improved the characteristics of the aircraft.
    1. vlad0
      vlad0 23 October 2013 09: 20 New
      11
      This is also the case with the T-72 tank. They created a successful tank, and all subsequent ones are its deep modernization. And the Su-35 is certainly cool. I saw a flight on the MAX. The Bernoulli equation is no longer valid. Other principles of piloting. I hope it becomes the basis of the Air Force.
  3. PLO
    PLO 23 October 2013 09: 26 New
    +2
    interesting article, although there are a couple of questions

    medium-range missile R-77-1 and short-range R-74M

    Is there really any new R-74M rocket or was it a scratch request

    Of the air-to-surface missiles, the Su-35 can use X-31PM and X-58USH anti-radar missiles, and X-31AM anti-ship missiles

    I wonder what kind of indices X-31AM / PM? can the internal indices AD / PD request


    It turns out that for Su-35S its own hanging container is being developed by SPK SPK plus one for Su-30SM from UOMZ. good or bad xs request
    1. Civil
      Civil 23 October 2013 09: 48 New
      0
      Exactly, who would clarify the situation with hanging containers?
    2. Nayhas
      Nayhas 23 October 2013 11: 44 New
      0
      Quote: olp
      It turns out that for Su-35S its own hanging container is being developed by SPK SPK plus one for Su-30SM from UOMZ. good or bad xs

      And who are such NPK SEC?
      1. PLO
        PLO 23 October 2013 11: 49 New
        +2
        And who are such NPK SEC?


        only NPK "SPP"
        the article turns out

        Scientific and Production Corporation "Precision Instrumentation Systems"
        http://www.npk-spp.ru/
        1. Nayhas
          Nayhas 23 October 2013 15: 17 New
          +1
          Quote: olp
          only NPK "SPP"
          the article turns out

          Yes, I went around the site, there are no hints of the container, which is typical of UOMZ, too. It looks like all this is another fiction, such as with Sapsan.
          1. PLO
            PLO 23 October 2013 16: 08 New
            +4
            Yes, I went around the site, there are no hints of the container, which is typical of UOMZ, too. It looks like all this is another fiction, such as with Sapsan.

            this is not an indicator, a lot of things do not happen on sites
            1. Nayhas
              Nayhas 24 October 2013 01: 43 New
              0
              Quote: olp

              this is not an indicator, a lot of things do not happen on sites

              The container 101KS-N was lit up at MAKS 2011, also at MAKS 2013, UOMZ does not say anything detailed, but the previous scandal with Sapsan, as it were, provokes distrust in the next layout, which they carry around exhibitions ...
              PS: it seems they wrote about the possibility of licensed assembly of the French Thales Damocles, which was already integrated on the Su-30, on UOMZ. But to see something did not grow together.
              1. Alex 241
                Alex 241 24 October 2013 01: 49 New
                0
                05.07.2013/XNUMX/XNUMXAircraft sighting container developed by the Ural Optical and Mechanical Plant (UOMZ), equipped with a thermal imager, a laser range finder and high-resolution optics, detects targets in bad weather conditions day and night. Suspended under the fuselage or wing of the aircraft, it transfers the picture to the display in the cockpit. The pilot can only choose a target and destroy it. According to experts, the new container will not only become a sniper scope for pilots, but will also return to Russia a shaky position in the international military market.


                - Now UOMZ is conducting factory tests of a new aiming container. The work should be completed by the end of the year, after which the product will be handed over for testing to the Air Force, ”an informed source in the military-industrial complex told Izvestia.


                According to the interlocutor, the container will be delivered not only to the domestic air force, it is also expected to be exported to countries that are armed with Russian aircraft. Previously, due to the lack of serial sighting containers of Russian design, combat aircraft were offered to foreign customers with French counterparts.
                1. PLO
                  PLO 24 October 2013 03: 29 New
                  0
                  oh, I wouldn’t trust this yellow article of news of authorship of the red-faced Mikhailov.

                  in their articles, a grain of truth is always mixed with a bunch of nonsense, and other sources are needed to distinguish one from the other. request
              2. PLO
                PLO 24 October 2013 03: 19 New
                0
                and that
                unlike Sapsan, which by the way was strongly advertised about this container, there was little information.
                In addition, since the time of the peregrine falcon, the LPS of the Su-34 was quite successfully completed and cooperation with Thales developed, which could completely solve the problems encountered with the peregrine falcon.
                and the dates are indicated quite adequate (end of the year), so the result will not be long in coming.
  4. Black Colonel
    Black Colonel 23 October 2013 10: 00 New
    +7
    "Oxygen is generated by the onboard generator, which avoids recharging oxygen cylinders after each flight."
    They wiped the nose of the Americans with their oxygen generator on the Fu-22 laughing
    1. Nayhas
      Nayhas 23 October 2013 11: 45 New
      +2
      Quote: Black Colonel
      They wiped the nose of the Americans with their oxygen generator on the Fu-22

      Wiped off with what? What finally did what the Americans have been exploiting for many years?
      1. Avenger711
        Avenger711 23 October 2013 14: 54 New
        +2
        Well, while the plane turned into a gazenvagen only with amers. HZ is there an oxygen generator on the Su-30MKI.
        1. Nayhas
          Nayhas 23 October 2013 15: 19 New
          +1
          Quote: Avenger711
          Well, while the plane turned into a gazenvagen only with amers.

          the oxygen station is ON ALL US Air Force combat aircraft, on the A-10 probably only not, and he doesn’t need it ...
  5. user
    user 23 October 2013 10: 14 New
    +1
    Cool aircraft if not naked, i.e. in normal configuration
  6. Russ69
    Russ69 23 October 2013 11: 16 New
    +1
    The plane is good, even taking into account those flaws that have not yet been eliminated, they will still fix it. And most importantly, it is being purchased and will be purchased.
  7. indiggo
    indiggo 23 October 2013 11: 22 New
    +4
    really nice bird, but so far with it is not certain. Earlier, it was precisely 35 that was supposed to be the basis of the Air Force, but now all the same they decided to make support on the T50 and that’s right. but with the sale to China, I would be careful. China does not just want to get these planes, it needs technologies that are in 35.
  8. ikrut
    ikrut 23 October 2013 12: 17 New
    +7
    Quote: Nayhas
    Wiped off with what? What finally did what the Americans have been exploiting for many years?

    "exploited" is yes. Here are just not going to bring to mind "for many years." Because of these "long-term" systems, they have already lost 2 f-22s, and the pilots refused to fly them due to problems with the supply of the breathing mixture (as they wrote). They are still adjusting the system. So, that still a little "wiped off". IMHO.
    1. Nayhas
      Nayhas 24 October 2013 01: 46 New
      0
      Quote: ikrut
      So, that still a little "wiped off". IMHO.

      The whole ficus was that on all planes the oxygen system worked without problems and only on the F-22 went inconsistency. But the problem has already been solved.
  9. lotar
    lotar 23 October 2013 12: 20 New
    +2
    The concept of a mixed fleet of expensive / cheap aircraft led to the fact that in August 2009 the Russian Air Force ordered the 48 Su-35, which should be delivered by 2015, costing 1,4 billion rubles. (45 million dollars) each. The contract was followed by complaints from the aviation industry that the price of the aircraft was below its cost.
    I am confused by the information on the cost of the Su-35, as I dug through the Internet and found out that the average cost of this aircraft in the export version is in the range of 85 million dollars for each side. If we assume that the aircraft entering our Air Force is equipped with more advanced equipment and this is most likely true), then the cost can exceed the bar in 90 million dollars. So, the difference is not so high compared to the cost of T-50. Considering that 50 billion dollars was spent on the Olympics, then the money is not that big.
    1. evil hamster
      evil hamster 23 October 2013 12: 44 New
      +5
      Quote: lotar
      I am confused by the information on the cost of the Su-35,since digging through the Internet revealed that the average cost of this aircraft in the export version is in the range of $ 85 million for each side.If we assume that the aircraft entering our Air Force is equipped with more advanced equipment (and this is most likely so), then the cost can exceed the bar by $ 90 million, so the difference is not so high compared to the cost of the T-50. Considering that 50 billion dollars was spent on the Olympics, the money is not that big.


      Wrong conclusions come from the wrong assumptions. Not a single Su 35 has yet been sold abroad, while only conversations are talking. So where did you get this number is completely not clear. In addition, 100 ml. - then what is planned for the T50 with the planned series, and what will be there in fact is not yet clear. But what is typical in no country in the world has happened so far so that a new fighter is cheaper than the old one, but more expensive or many times more expensive - these are many examples, please. We are not unique in this regard.
    2. URAL72
      URAL72 23 October 2013 17: 46 New
      +3
      If we assume that the aircraft entering our Air Force is equipped with more advanced equipment (and this is most likely so), then the cost can exceed the bar by $ 90 million, so the difference is not so high compared to the cost of the T-50. Considering that 50 billion dollars was spent on the Olympics, the money is not that big.

      1) If we assume that the aircraft entering our Air Force is equipped with more advanced equipment, then the cost should be lower than cheap French, Swedish, South African (both firms belong to BAE systems) systems. We will take into account that our export is traditionally overpriced in order to cover losses from the underestimated price for the Russian Defense Ministry smile and R&D).
      2) Considering that 50 billion dollars was spent on the Olympiad, it should be understood that we spent on OWN infrastructure, which is very very buzzing. What are only road rail tunnels to the coast - it is not only an economic effect, but also military communications with less vulnerable tunnels. Bullshit, but nice.
      1. Avenger711
        Avenger711 23 October 2013 21: 07 New
        0
        IN OUR, not in Ukrainian.
  10. Walker1975
    Walker1975 23 October 2013 12: 53 New
    +1
    So all the same ... In some articles - what cool Su, and in others - what cool MIGs. So what, after all, is planned to be in service? How many fighter models at the same time?
  11. stalker
    stalker 23 October 2013 12: 53 New
    +3
    Export, export, staff our Air Force for a start, because it’s logical, the plane is ready, and the T50 still needs to be brought to mind
  12. Migari
    Migari 23 October 2013 14: 00 New
    +1
    The plane is really very good, preferably it needs more in its own aircraft, and only the T-50 after entering the series only for itself, until the Air Force is completely updated.
  13. w2000
    w2000 23 October 2013 15: 06 New
    -1
    Something the article is a bit old - with 2012 data. To date, the contract for the supply of Su-35 unfortunately frozen until 2016.
    1. Avenger711
      Avenger711 23 October 2013 15: 50 New
      +1
      Where is the proof? I’m silent about the aircraft workshop.
  14. Avenger711
    Avenger711 23 October 2013 16: 17 New
    +1
    I don’t know where the info about 30 squadrons comes from, but the Russian Air Force now has 38 fighter squadrons, I won’t discuss how much they are truly equipped and operational. If 30 Squadrons (i.e. 360 pcs) of only heavy vehicles, the application was actually quite serious, for the whole time they produced about 800 aircraft of the Su-27 family. It is unclear what will happen to the Su-30, while they are ordered even more.
  15. nod739
    nod739 23 October 2013 16: 46 New
    0
    something they messed up with monitors 380x290 mm - this is the size of a smartphone 3,8x2,9 cm, probably meant 38x29 cm - this is a monitor
    ... people often numbers greater than 10-30-100 are very poorly represented. here bloopers creep in, and so the article is good
    1. evil hamster
      evil hamster 23 October 2013 17: 23 New
      +8
      Quote: nod739
      something they messed up with monitors 380x290 mm - this is the size of a smartphone 3,8x2,9 cm, probably meant 38x29 cm - this is a monitor

      wassat wassat wassat if, then in CM exactly 10 MM
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    2. Shturmovik
      Shturmovik 26 October 2013 21: 24 New
      0
      considers quickly .... but not exactly)))) laughing
  16. Avenger711
    Avenger711 24 October 2013 13: 24 New
    0
    The second aircraft must also meet the requirements of the Russian Air Force, including a range of 3000 km, which excludes the possibility of purchasing a light fighter.


    This is quite obvious and has long been established, the Su-27 has long been dragging the country's air defense, but it’s much easier to blame everything on Poghosyan.
  17. radio operator
    radio operator 24 October 2013 14: 39 New
    0
    The Khibiny-M electronic warfare complex is produced by the Kaluga Scientific Research Radio-Technical Institute. The complex consists of a reconnaissance unit that records radiation from airborne or air defense radars, as well as an electronic countermeasure unit. Part of the system operates at the most popular high frequencies (H and J waves) and is integrated into the airframe. If necessary, containers can be suspended on the Su-35, which expand the capabilities of the system by adding the ability to work on medium waves (from E to G).

    So my office was lit up. "Khibiny M" is a good station.