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terrygedran

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Unread post01 Nov 2017, 03:52

swiss wrote:
terrygedran wrote:
swiss wrote:
When i remember correct, the Range for the ibris-e in volume search is maximally 200 km for a 3m2 target. Or 152 km for 1m2



Tell me what is the probability of detection ?


In volume search?


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Unread post01 Nov 2017, 15:55

terrygedran wrote:
Tell me what is the probability of detection ?




I don't know what the claims are, from the russian Manufacturer of the ibris-e. As far as i understand the probability of detection in volume search is 50%.
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Unread post02 Nov 2017, 00:21

ricnunes wrote:
charlielima223 wrote:90km maximum detection range (and most likely those are at its highest power output, narrow beam, and no electronic interference) against a 0.01sqm target. Still wont be that meaning full of detection range against VLO aircraft like F-22 and F-35...


I'm not sure that you actually mean but the F-35 RCS is not 0.01 sqm target but instead it is 0.001 sqm target (there one more zero between the 0 and 1 in decimal places). That makes all the difference and as such there's no way that an Ibris-E can detect a F-35 at a distance of 90 km.


Obviously the (I know) F-35's quoted optimal RCS is much much smaller. I was merely using his 0.01 sqm target as a reference before the diagram.
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