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Discussion in 'Air Force' started by Jeff Head, Apr 6, 2015.

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    Any radar lock can be broken if sufficient burn through can be achieved. Typically a 7 to 10 dB advantage is needed and that is easily achieved with the J-10 RCS profile (relative) of at least 10 dB. Conversely if the SU-30MKV had AESA that could be a different story as that would have given the SU-30 anywhere between 8 to 30 dB due to antenna gain and efficiency.

    I don't think anyone else besides the French is into active cancellation and even that is probably a marketing gimmick than a serious tool. There are significant practical issues and questionable utility against modern AESA radar with frequency agility, spread spectrum and LPD.
     
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    That "picture" is not new.
     
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    Stupid fake !

    https://twitter.com/RupprechtDeino/status/1108714345779904512
     
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