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Old 08-25-2019, 08:47 AM   #771
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One has to keep in mind that the rapid advances in electronics and computers occurred mainly on one side of the world.

Nonetheless, I feel the comparison to the APG-63 and APG-66 is fair, as 1) these systems were installed in contemporary aircraft, with the MiG-23MLA remaining in production through 1982, 2) more important, the MiG-23 of various versions encountering hostile aircraft equipped with these radars in combat.

Then, what is the point of it all? As said, I think the MiG-23MLA module will most likely shine in the Cold War MP servers instead of the general servers, given the relative obsolescence already affecting certain systems when the aircraft was only just rolling of the assembly line. Notwithstanding the previous statement, I do look forward to adding this plane to the stable.

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Old 08-25-2019, 10:16 AM   #772
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I know this discussion and I know Mr.Detonator, we had lot of interesting discussions about MiG-21 and 23 on polish forums ( he is from Czech ). You only picked up one of this discussions points of view: which terminology is more correct - Western or Soviet, because in many cases both sides use the same words for differents things. According Soviet terminology RP-23 is a coherent pulse-doppler radar with external coherency. It's uses doppler filters to analyze/process signal, some people says that only radars with internal coherence can be called pulse-doppler but this is only matter of terminology. Technically this radar use doppler techniques only implemented different way, but without those techniques wasn't possible achieve development targets and because doppler filters playing here main role so radar is doppler-pulse.
Many MTI radars rely on the principle of doppler.. That doesn't make it pulse doppler.

Pulse Doppler radars are radars that measure doppler.

The soviets threw around whatever propaganda they wanted to try to convince the world they're on par with the west..

I dont care what the USSR called it. It does not, and cannot measure doppler.

MIT Lincoln Lab states:


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Old 08-25-2019, 11:13 AM   #773
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The soviets threw around whatever propaganda they wanted to try to convince the world they're on par with the west..
Soviets didn't have to and what is more important didn't wanna to convince anybody because till today docs about those old radars are secret. For sure they wanted keep in secret almost all theys achievments because then is much easier suprise and defeat people/nations thinking stereotypes. They get the same goals with different way.
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I dont care what the USSR called it. It does not, and cannot measure doppler.

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Well, that your right to do this, and I'm sure that NIIR ( S-23 creator) have the same way of thinking about Lincolns Lab theorems. They called this radar: doppler-pulse with external coherency and I respect this, especially that in DCS is impossible to catch differences between radar with external and internal coherency due game engine limitations.


Do you have any technical description of S-23 radar ( no important which variant) ?
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Old 08-28-2019, 12:06 PM   #774
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What is the pod name used in the Kh-23 configuration?

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Old 08-28-2019, 12:14 PM   #775
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What is the pod name used in the Kh-23 configuration?



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Old 08-28-2019, 12:22 PM   #776
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It is used for? As I did think the radar itself have a mode for Kh-23 missiles.
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Old 08-28-2019, 12:41 PM   #777
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Х-23 similar AGM-12 Bullpup
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Old 08-28-2019, 12:51 PM   #778
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Х-23 similar AGM-12 Bullpup
I know. I am talking about the pod use for? Anyway I am thinking the Mig-23 radar have not such a fix work mode to do that guidance. That’s why the need for that pod. By the way Also useful for the bomber variants.

I hope we can make such guidance from a second air unit as well.
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Х-23 is not radar guided, she is radio-comand/ control missile,
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Old 09-07-2019, 06:42 PM   #780
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when can we expect the release of mig-23?
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