Su-35S demonstrator with exposed Irbis-E phased mfs by the numbers pdf. The now well established trend in Russian sensors for BVR combat is increasing range performance and countermeasures resistance. This sustained growth in basic technology has been reflected in ongoing growth in the capabilities of the various radars deployed in Russian Air Force and export variants of the Sukhoi Flanker fighter. This analysis will survey the basic radar types available, summarise the data, and include a cardinal parametric analysis.
Representative Western radar performance will be compared, with a focus on Beyond Visual Range air combat regimes of operation. This is for several good reasons. The design parameters of most interest to analysts and competing radar designers in this area are those which determine the ultimate limits on the detection range of the radar against representative airborne target types at long ranges. These are all contained in the most basic forms of the radar range equation, and the physics of radar performance it describes. It is limited mostly by the transmitter technology employed, and to a lesser extent, the antenna design. In general, the higher the peak power emitted, to the first order, the better from a range perspective.
The bigger the aperture gain in a radar, to the first order, the better from a range perspective. It is a parameter used by designers to gauge the relative performance of different radar designs. To the first order, the radar with the higher Power Aperture Product or PA will achieve better range, detection and jammer burnthrough performance. Receiver noise figures are generally similar for given generations of radar technology, reflecting the radio frequency transistor types, and antenna configurations used. In practical terms, to maximise detection range and jammer burnthrough performance, the biggest radars in terms of power and antenna size win over those with smaller antennas and less power. Leaving detection and tracking range performance aside for a moment, other radar parameters and attributes are also relevant in a combat environment.
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Unfortunately these capabilities and parameters are often not so easy to compare parametrically, and in many situations are less important than the range and burnthrough performance. Sidelobe performance is important in rejecting ground clutter when pursuing low altitude targets, and in providing good resistance to jamming. Jammers are often designed to inject false targets into a victim radar via its sidelobes. Bandwidth is also important for many modes which require wide bandwidth modulations in the signal. Data processing performance will impact the radar’s ability to track large numbers of targets, manage multiple missile engagements, control multiple missiles in flight, and perform other functions important to the managment of the radar’s operation.