- Dec 29, 2010
“ The IAF are good enough to be able to tell the difference between a luneburg lens and the J-20 signature”Yet the IAF chief and others have gone on record that the J-20 was tracked by Indian SU-30MKI radar. The IAF are good enough to be able to tell the difference between a luneburg lens and the J-20 signature, regardless of what Chinese Communist Party propaganda states. It's much more likely that the J-20's RCS is too great to avoid detection by modern radars because PLAAF does not have the materials technology to create a true stealth fighter yet (the J-20's radar is still visible to enemy radar from the front).
Do they really tell the difference between anything and an aircraft?
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