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RSAF-G2 wrote:it also depends on the F/A-22's radar capability, how many targets it can simultaneously guide the AMRAAMs to....if it is able to track, say 2, 4 or maybe 8 targets simultaneous and provide guidance of AMRAAM to these targets seperately, then its very unlikely the F-16s can survive..
RSAF-G2 wrote:but can it provide simultaneous guidance to all 8 targets? all mere tracking? The F-16's radar can also do tracking in TWS mode, but may not guide as many missiles at the same time.
assume the A/F-22 must activate its radar to guide them to each of the targets, so that will give him away as well
KarimAbdoun wrote:assume the A/F-22 must activate its radar to guide them to each of the targets, so that will give him away as well
The F/A-22's radar is manufactured in a way, still confidential, by which the Raptor could send signals of radar without being detected be enemy radar, F-16 is no exception.
RyanCollins wrote:Can really one F/A-22 win vs four F-16...? I don't think so...'cause the F/A-22 have to use his radar to shoot down th F-16, so it can be detectable...and maybe the other four can shoot down the F/A-22...if they carry the AIM-120 AMRAAM...
Are you sure than the F/A-22 can survive...?
Timmer wrote:My guess is :
As long as the F-22 can stay undetected, it's got a good shot...
If the F-16's manage to pick him up on radar and trance him, in a dogfight it might be tricky for the Raptor to stay alive, altough I think the vipers will have 1 or more losses...
Best way is to put them up there and see who wins
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