Discussion in 'China' started by cir, Apr 16, 2012.
So rumors turned out to be true.
What engine does this beauty have?
This is the helo going to be effective in Southern China..
some latest pix from some military forum...
But I prefer WZ-10.
someday in 2013,PLA helo base,WZ19 on show..
India Media:is this WZ19 for sale?
PLA Officer:um..i think it could be a choice.
the following day,headline of India newspaper:
PLA Wants To Sell WZ19 to India
What is this., attack helo?
It's not a attack helo in the same sense as the WZ10 or the tiger or Apache's and the like... Its a dedicated scout helicopter, smaller and with better stealth shaping than the WZ10 but a smaller weapons package (lower max weight carriage) and lack of a chain gun)...
Beauty? Seriously it looks like a bit of cut and paste from here and there. Not a mean looking machine.
Anyways. Good for the Chinese.
you have poor imagination capabilities.......
this happened on WZ9 one month ago.
China offers home-made, though outdated, copters to India
Great imagination of india media....
Longbow style mast-mounted millimeter wave radar for Z-19 ...
something about his MMW Radar :
Developer: Najing 1X institute...
Radar system : AESA
the first pic of this MMW Radar on a Z9 Testbed
Z9WZ with MMW Radar in the air
another model of MMW Radar from 6XX institute...but the looser in the PK....LOL
TurbomÃ©ca Arriel 2C, same as the Z9.
Longbow style mast-mounted millimeter wave radar(AESA) for Z-19 ...today's shots...
Z19 is a light weight Attack/Recon helicopter, with a MMR ,it might be more fit for its role
copy/paste the pic's link for larger image...
Balancing a watermelon on top of the helo's rotor mast is not difficult. What is difficult is to protect the electronics from vibration so that they are not shattered in the first five minutes of flight. Of course - Chinese electronic goods really come into their own after five minutes of use. So I guess the radar displays will be the same color as the watermelon thing on the mast.
what is this in red
Airspeed And Direction Sensor ( AADS )...with this keyword, you might be able to learn more about it via the search engine...
and the IAF's coming AH64 has two of them on both sides...
We have it on our navel fighters jets too...
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