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The RWR has been updated. It now works as closely as possible to the real device.

The RWR identification codes have changed as well as the sound warnings.

Attached you will find the RWR code library

M-2000C RWR Threat Codes.pdf

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The RWR has been updated. It now works as closely as possible to the real device.

The RWR identification codes have changed as well as the sound warnings.

Attached you will find the RWR code library

 

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Awesome work! Do you guys have any intention of fixing the whole magic RWR issue of it being like perfectly accurate?

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You are to be congratulated for the excellent work on the Mirage 2000C. I'm looking forward to updating the internal and external sound.

 

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Great work :thumbup:

 

- Will the .lua modification pass integrity check ?

- Why KJ-2000 symbol Q is common with JF-17 instead of ° for AWACS ?

- SA-2 is missing and "2" is used by SA-12 not available in game.

- SA-3 is missing (easy, "3" isn't used :D)

- Maybe I'm wrong, but as far as I know, there isn't much difference between Tornado IDS (B) and Tornado GR4 (T) radars.

 

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Thanks

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Merci beaucoup !

Thanks for keeping working on 2000, so exciting and challenging in BVR vs Fox3-trucks :pilotfly:

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Holly cow, that's great but it will take a bit of time to get used to those codes :smartass:.

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between Tornado IDS (B) and Tornado GR4 (T) radars.

I'm wondering the same. AFAIK they have the exact same radar. The GR.4 is just a modernised baseline IDS (GR.1), but a better radar wasn't part of the upgrade AFAIK. :huh:

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Well there are small differences between the Su-27S and MiG-29A/S radars. Not a lot, but some. If that is enough to distinguish IRL with M2000C I don't know. Its sikrit ;)

 

But, if this is based on the AdA input in 2020 I guess the radars on Su-27SM2 and Su-27SM3 would be very different beasts from old MiG-29A/S. Making it easier to distinguish between Su and MiG. Threat library tends to be upgraded with time and I guess that is also true for M2000C RWR.

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differences are not small, Migs and Flankers don't share radars

 

two completely different radars of different class, from two different manufacturers (rivals at that time)

 

but they operate in similar frequencies - similar enough for highly sophisticated western RWRs like ALR-56 to not tell one from another

 

but third party developers think otherwise ... I remember Gazelle could tell a 33 from 27 even though they share same radar, lol

 

p.s.: Su-27, Su-27SM, Su-27SM3 (what's Su-27SM2 btw?) share same radar - N001, the latter flankers have a slightly updated version with A-G modes (N001VEP), but signal power, processor and antenna are still same

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Su-27SM2 uses Irbis-E radar. N036. Don’t know about the SM3 radar.

But yes, you are most likely right that it would be difficult to distinguish, at least comparing the Su-27S, MiG-29A/S and Su-33.

 

Again secret tech... I would not be surprised if IRL Su-27SM2 and SM3 are detected as Sukhoi and older Su-27S identified as MiG ;)

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Su-27SM2 uses Irbis-E radar. N036. Don’t know about the SM3 radar.

jesus...where did you get this ...

 

the only plane that uses Irbis-E is Su-35S, and it's N035

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jesus...where did you get this ...

 

the only plane that uses Irbis-E is Su-35S, and it's N035

 

The internets :D

 

Seems like Irbis-E was at least flight tested on Su-27SM2. Other ”sources” claim SM2 and SM3 uses it:

 

https://militarywatchmagazine.com/article/capabilities-of-the-su-27sm2-sm3-the-enhanced-flanker-forming-the-backbone-of-russia-s-fighter-fleet

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi_Su-27

 

https://www.google.se/amp/s/nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/russias-new-su-35s-fighter-really-better-old-su-27-81146%3famp

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The new RWR is cool, but we need SA-2 and SA-3 in the library or a procedure to add it please.

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Rift S too.

 

I would say that the problem isn't that much between F-16 and AWACS, but between F-16 and F/A-18A.

These symbols: */ °/ . are quite smalls compared to the letters.

Maybe their size could be increased to allow better readability :smartass:

 

(zoomed view)

 

I started to edit the SERVAL library by the way, clockwise from the left:

- E-3

- Tomcat

- F-16CM50

- SA-2

- SA-3

- KJ-2000

- F/A-18A

- Tornado GR4

- E-2D

 

SA-2 and SA-3 being displayed as U is a problem. But since FA-18C can identify these SAM, there is probably a solution :smilewink:

We need the Chinese HQ-7 too.

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Wow, this is going to take some getting used to.

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