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Ukraine is carrying out modernization of radiohydroacoustic buoys for anti-submarine naval aviation

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Specialists of the Kiev Research Institute of Hydraulic Instruments (SRI GP) and 10 Saki aviation brigades of the Ukrainian Navy (metro Novofedorivka) carried out work on updating the sonar buoys (RSL) for anti-submarine aircraft of the Navy.


Ukraine is carrying out modernization of radiohydroacoustic buoys for anti-submarine naval aviation


At the beginning of February, 2013 under the direction of the chief engineer of the Scientific Research Institute Hydropribor Melenki Yu.Ya. and with the participation of engineers from Diona and Modul-98 enterprises, field tests of the updated RSL helicopters were held.

The anti-submarine helicopter Ka-XNUMHPC (board 27 yellow) and the diver's ship Pochayev (State Research Institute of Ukraine "State Oceanarium" Sevastopol) were involved in the tests. The test procedure consisted in installing two RSLs in a helicopter, and further dumping them at a distance of several kilometers from the coast. The receiving station of the helicopter was supposed to receive the signal of the RSL and transfer the tablet computer installed in the helicopter for further processing, recording and analysis.



At this time, under the leadership of Melenka Yu.Ya. On board the vessel Pochaev, the process of dumping the RSL was recorded and a further “selection” was made to verify the correctness of the operation and operation. All tasks were completed successfully. Also, during work, we checked the reliability of the communication channel between the RSL and the Ka-27PCh helicopter.

Also, successful tests of the updated RSL for the anti-submarine aircraft Tu-142 for the armed forces of India were carried out, namely, checking the operation of the radio channel (RSL is the receiving system of the aircraft). These tests were conducted on the territory of the Academy of the Navy. P.S. Nakhimov in Sevastopol, where there is a receiving system installed Tu-142 aircraft.

Engineers at the Naval Research Institute Gidropribor in Goa, India have tested several new RSLs for the Tu-142 and Il-38, as part of a contract with the state-owned enterprise BharatElectromics of the Ministry of Defense of India.

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  1. Nayhas
    Nayhas 9 January 2014 08: 18
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    Engineers at the Naval Research Institute Gidropribor in Goa, India have tested several new RSLs for the Tu-142 and Il-38, as part of a contract with the state-owned enterprise BharatElectromics of the Ministry of Defense of India.

    And the hell does Indians need this if they buy Poseidons from the USA in exchange for the old Tu-142? Together with the Poseidons, they and the American RSL purchase, so I absolutely see no prospects in Ukraine’s attempt to shove its handicrafts of India.
    1. sledgehammer102
      sledgehammer102 9 January 2014 08: 39
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      Quote: Nayhas
      And the hell does the Indians need this if they buy Poseidons from the USA instead of the old Tu-142?


      The Hindus generally have a peculiar approach to the formation of the Army and the procurement of equipment. Just look at the tenders of recent years. From unification they go towards the diversity of the fleet and suppliers of other weapons.

      Therefore, most likely, both the Anglo-Saxon Poseidons and the Soviet Carcasses will be in service. So that it doesn’t work out like with Iraq, at the most inopportune moment, all Western equipment refused to work
      1. Nayhas
        Nayhas 9 January 2014 11: 22
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        Quote: sledgehammer102
        Therefore, most likely, both the Anglo-Saxon Poseidons and the Soviet Carcasses will be in service.

        The Tu-142 is a flying dinosaur with the microscopic capabilities of a PLO, we even do not have them in service. To compare it with Poseidon, that Zaporozhets is eared with Infiniti, there is absolutely no sense in keeping it, expensive and inefficient. It is doubtful that the Indians consider these machines to be promising and will invest in them; Ukrainian developers most likely give out what they wish for reality.
  2. makarov
    makarov 9 January 2014 08: 23
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    Quote: Nayhas
    Engineers at the Naval Research Institute Gidropribor in Goa, India have tested several new RSLs for the Tu-142 and Il-38, as part of a contract with the state-owned enterprise BharatElectromics of the Ministry of Defense of India.

    And the hell does Indians need this if they buy Poseidons from the USA in exchange for the old Tu-142? Together with the Poseidons, they and the American RSL purchase, so I absolutely see no prospects in Ukraine’s attempt to shove its handicrafts of India.


    It's all about dumping! Low price dictates demand.
    1. tronin.maxim
      tronin.maxim 9 January 2014 08: 35
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      Quote: makarov
      Low price dictates demand.

      Probably they will compete with the Chinese!
  3. Same lech
    Same lech 9 January 2014 08: 54
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    The Ukrainian military-industrial complex needs to somehow survive, so they take up everything that is possible, business is nothing personal.
  4. alone
    alone 9 January 2014 21: 26
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    About each order, the military-industrial complex of Ukraine needs to be rejoiced. Because if there is an order, it means there is work and earnings for workers. And as for India, what difference does it make for Ukrainians what they intend to do with buoys. These are exactly the problems of India, not Ukraine.