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Old 02-15-2018, 05:41 PM   #851
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DCS: F/A-18C Hornet - Hornet Mini-Updates

Under the category of small details, we implemented differential engine modeling this week. Rather than each engine underlying modeling and IFEI indication for RPM, EGT, FF, and OIL PSI being the same, they are now modeled as separate, dynamic entities. While this may seem like a rather small thing, it has required quite a bit of work, but we feel it will provide a much more realistic modeling of the F-404 EPs. In the end, this was a must-do.


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DCS: F/A-18C Hornet - Hornet Mini-Updates

Over the past several months there has been a lot of work going on behind the scenes that has been confined to code… nothing visible to really show. More recently, more and more of this work is now being tied together and integrated into the larger simulation. The included screen shot shows some of this work:

- Air Combat Maneuvering (ACM) modes. The Hornet has several ACM modes that include boresight acq, vertical acq, wide acq, and long range auto acq. In the image, you can see vertical acq selected, illustrated on the HUD and attack display. Much of the radar effort is currently focused on Single Track Target (STT) logic.

- Not as obvious in this image, but target aging is also now implemented. Unlike our current implementation of air-to-air radar that is based on target IDs, the Hornet moves us to a much more realistic air-to-air radar model that faithfully simulates the radar beam.

- On the Azimuth Display (aka RWR scope), we now have detection logic working that uses a much improved simulation of radar detection. In a related matter, the Control Indicator Panel is also now function that allows the Azimuth Display and DDI EW page to tailor the displays. This also includes the correct BIT.

- On the left DDI you will note that waypoint data is now displayed on the HSI with the ability to select one of five sequences. You may also notice TACAN and ADF information is also displayed.

In the second image, you can observe some improvements we are making to the reflective properties of the displays.


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Old 03-05-2018, 11:01 AM   #858
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figata.

l'unica cosa che pare proprio fuori posto è l'effetto "doppia vaporella".
ma tanto è wip!
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Old 03-05-2018, 08:40 PM   #859
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domanda: l'f18 ha un sistema di terrain avoidance?

non mi è chiara la differenza tra l'AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR dell'hornet ed il lantirn >_<
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...l'f18 ha un sistema di terrain avoidance?
Si, il TAWS (Terrain Awareness Warning System).

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non mi è chiara la differenza tra l'AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR dell'hornet ed il lantirn...
Sono entrambi sistemi di navigazione aerea a bassa quota e di identificazione (anche notturna) dei bersagli.

il LANTIRN (Lockheed Martin) consiste in due diversi POD: AN/AAQ-13 navigation pod e AN/AAQ-14 targeting pod. La versione sviluppata per il Tomcat è una versione modificata che consiste in un singolo POD (in sostanza si tratta di un POD senza le funzioni di navigazione ma solo di targeting)

ATFLIR (Raytheon) è più recente e sofisticato e consiste in un singolo POD che include tutte le sopracitate funzioni.


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