Russian government certification tests of the communication systems for the fifth generation fighter jet Sukhoi-57 will be over by year end.
"S-111 provides radio telephone communication and encrypted data exchange among various aircraft and also command centers (ground and sea-based and airborne). Its effective range of operation is up to 1,500 kilometers," a spokesman for the Roselektronika was quoted as saying by TASS Wednesday.
"The system’s reliability is guaranteed by the multiple redundancy of the main functions and cutting edge technical solutions, as well as a wide range of radio channels."
The communication system is based on modular priniciple allowing it to build a number of channels and the range of functions performed and for using it on any aircraft, including helicopters Ka-52 Alligator, Mi-28NM, Ka-50, PSV, military transport planes (Ilyushin-76, Ilyushin-112, Antonov-124, PAK VTA), jet fighters and frontline aviation planes (T-50, MiG-31, Sukhoi-34), long-range planes (Tupolev-22M3M, Tupolev-160M, PAK DA) and drones, the report said.
The fifth generation PAK FA (Perspective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation) fighter jet (T-50), completed the first stage of the state trials. "Today is an historic event - a preliminary conclusion has been signed at the MAKS airshow on the state joint trials of the first stage of the T-50 aircraft prototype
Russia's Sukhoi Aviation Holding will produce two modifications of the T-50 (PAK FA) fifth-generation fighter aircraft in 2017. "The works on the PAK FA are at the final stage
Russian United Aircraft Corporation has started flight tests of a new next-generation integrated avionics suite of T-50 (PAK-FA) fighter aircraft. The integrated structure of the board of the aircraft T-50 equipment replaces the system ‘Baguette designed in 2004
Russia is testing stand-alone elements of its sixth-generation fighter on fifth generation PAK-FA fighter jets. Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET) is currently working on electronic warfare systems for the sixth-generation warplane
Russian fifth generation fighter aircraft, PAK-FA is set to complete government tests in 2016 and will start regular production in 2017. “The eleventh T-50 aircraft is on berth and is 60-70 per cent ready
Russia will equip its fifth generation fighter PAK-FA with an advanced Radio-Optical Phased Array Radar (ROFAR). KRET will be developing the new electronic systems for the aircraft, deputy general director of concern Radio-Electronic Technology (KRET) Vladimir Mikheev was quoted as saying by Sputnik news daily Wednesday
The new engine of Russias fifth generation fighter jet Sukhoi-57 is scheduled to begin flight tests by this year end, local media reports. The engine for the Su-57, developed under the Prospective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation program (known by Russian acronym PAK FA), will be tested on board a flying lab in the fourth quarter of 2017, a United Engine Corportation (UEC) spokesperson told
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