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Those stripe shaped arrays sandwiching the main array of 346 were claimed to be beacon antennas rather than illuminators in that post.
I suppose this time it was first brought up by 酒色财气吕洞宾.
The "Sino-Meteor missile" is now in the final stage of competition. Only the design from the 8th Institute of SAST shares similar features with...
I am not sure what question are you referring to:oops:
Look at the second picture you posted in #3738. It is in the first row of backward set.
The latest image on Google Earth was taken on December 28th. You will see nothing but another commercial ship.
However this is the canister of YJ-18A. You could tell that by looking at where it was being loaded or measuring the length of the tube.
It is true that all PLAN's hot-launch UVLS are circular concentric, but the concept you brought up is also being investigated by CASC.
It is just undergoing common maintenance and upkeeping.
COGAG with high power cross-connect gear transmission.
The same as the radar on 892, it is another design of the 8th Institute.
The radar is designed by the 8th Institute of CSSC, and as it is known to all, 346 is from the 14th Institute of CETC. The radar that has been...
CGT-25M (formerly known as GT25000) is the major powerhouse of PLAN destroyers.
Some changes have also been made on the navigation light before commissioning --
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QD/QC series were developed by 606 Institute while the CGT series were developed by 703 Institute.
The circled one is the 22nd, the 23rd was built in DSIC, and the one on the left is the 24th.
It's a 054A. The images were not taken on the same day.
DSIC will launch its next 055 within half a year or so.
A reasonable number should be 2-4 DDGs per year.
Sorry for the wrong image. I mistook Inmarsat-5 F4 built by Boeing for SJ-20. Here's the real one;)