- Apr 10, 2010
1. Yes, I said again. the Name is known. Information about is NOT.B-2s Radar is already known (APQ-181 radar). And nobody gives you RCS in public. What is there in open source in not always true but one can get ball-park RCS based on an Aircrafts design characteristics.
Where does it mention specs?
Can you give me it's weight, and it's range.---So far, the B-2's still seems useless to me as i'm following your "Show me the picture, or it doesn't exist".
And no, i asked for the listing about it's RCS, don't tell me you can speculate. That's not released information, and there's no proof. Also, you cannot speculate it's RCS since many angles and parts of the B-2 aren't released also.
The Jf-17's radar is based on the KLJ-710 for the J-10.
Does that prove anything? (no)
Actually, no there is no difference, because who knows about the capabilities of the F-22, and the B-2. F-22 is intended to never be seen. Go to lockheedmartin.com and find me the RCS, no you won't find it. Find me how it was made stealthy. It will tell you, we made the airframe stealthy, we added composite materials. PERIOD.The problem with JF-17 is that it is still not known that what Radar, weapons system, avionics will go into it in the future (if you know give me the links). There is a difference between not knowing specifications of already existing bell and whistles and not knowing what bells and whistles are present or going to be present.
You are changing your words from what you said first. Rudely, I only got "Give me the picture, otherwise it doesn't exist."
We don't know the B-2's radar, weapons system, and avionics also.
(btw, the Jf-17 is done with development.. it's in production phase. So I don't know what you mean by in the "future". The Super Jf-17 crap is a rumor (deleted from Wikipedia now).