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F-15E Strike Eagle_Radar AESA_SFP1 Y SFG


F-15E Strike Eagle by Kaiser1

 

ESPAÑOL

 

Versión del F-15 adaptado a cazabombardero todo tiempo, cuando entró en servicio en la USAF, los F-15E fueron dotados de un radar AN/APG 70 del tipo multimodo (impulsos Doppler+banda X), después de servir en varios escenarios de combate, la USAF pidió una modernización en su aviónica a Boeing, el cual junto con Raytheon, remplazaron los APG 70 por radares tipo AESA de barrido electrónico activo, los AN/APG 82 V1, que contaban con varias cualidades superiores que sus antecesores.

 

Esta versión del F-15E esta desarrollada sobre la base de la versión F-15E Strike Eagle V1.3 de Dave con permisos otorgados, intentando mejorar la aviónica de los F-15E y dotarlos de una cabina propia y correspondiente.

 

El F-15E proporciona las siguiente mejoras:

  • 3 pantallas MFD con la información necesaria para el piloto virtual.
  • Versión de radar lo mas fiel al AN/APG 82 V1.
  • Identificador IFF (Amigo-Enemigo), en la pantalla del radar los enemigos aparecen de color AMARILLO y los amigos de color AZUL (solo en modo TWS-Track While Scan).
  • El APG 82 tiene una ventana de escaneo de 120° y un rango de alcance de 160.
  • Versatilidad de armamento tanto aire-aire como aire-superficie.
  • Muestreo de rangos para misiles AA de radar activo y semiactivo.


En fase de pruebas de combate consiguió victorias contra J10A y MiG-35 Fulcrum F.

 

Agradecimientos a Dave y el equipo de trabajo del F-15E V1.3, a CombatACE, al grupo Strike Fighters Series y sus modeladores.

 

INGLÉS

 

Version of the F-15 adapted to fighter bomber all time when he entered service in the USAF, the F-15E was fitted with an AN / APG 70 radar multimode type (pulse Doppler + band X), after serving in various scenarios combat, the USAF ordered a modernization in its avionics to Boeing, which together with Raytheon, replaced the APG 70 radar AESA type of active electronic scanning, the AN / APG 82 V1, which had several superior qualities than their predecessors.

 

This version of the F-15E is developed on the basis of the version F-15E Strike Eagle V1.3 Dave, trying to improve the avionics of the F-15E and provide them with a corresponding own cabin.

 

The F-15E provides the following improvements:

  • 3 screens MFD with the information necessary for the virtual pilot.
  • Radar version as faithful to the AN / APG 82 V1.
  • ID IFF (Friend or Foe), on the radar screen enemies appear yellow and friends of BLUE (TWS-only mode Track While Scan).
  • The APG 82 has a scanning window of 120 ° and a range of range of 160.
  • Versatility both arms air-air and air-to-surface.
  • Sampling AA missile ranges for active and semi-active radar.


In combat test phase got victories against J10A and MiG-35 Fulcrum F.

 

Thanks to Dave and the team of F-15E V1.3, to combatace, the group Strike Fighters Series and modelers.


 

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