China's DWL002 passive radar system will render the F-22 and F-35 “obsolete”

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  1. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    While Americans have/will spend trillions of dollars developing and buying the 5th gen fighters, China has defeated them using the technology developed in the Eastern Europe in the late 1950s.

    Despite such brilliance of China's anti-stealth radars, Americans are undeterred and will continue their stealth programs. Apparently, after spending years in Middle East, suicidal tendencies are now a part and parcel of US military which have been rubbed on to them by the suicidal jihadis.

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    The DWL002 came to light in recent years and has been pitched by Chinese sources repeatedly as a credible counter to conventional stealth military aviation. The DWL002 is an emitter locating system (ELS) which partially iterates on innovations found in older Russian designs, including the KRTP Tamara series and ERA Vera-E. The DWL002 is a more advanced ELS compared to China’s YLC-20 system (which is itself based on the KRTP-91 Tamara). The United States and other Western European countries have abandoned the use and development of passive-detection radar systems, citing poor accuracy.


    http://thediplomat.com/2014/10/how-effective-is-chinas-new-anti-stealth-radar-system-really/
     
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    Dream on! Dream on China's!!!
     
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    Jealousy & butthurt detected .. :rofl:
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    This is not news to me. Even some radars developed around the WWII that have a wavelength that more or less exceeds the wing edges can detect the F-35.

    The F-35 vs. The VHF Threat

     
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    From what I read, these radars are good for detection but provide low scan rates and thus cannot track or target the bogey. Hence scrambling a jet is your only option. I guess........?
     

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