How difficult to detect AESA and LPI radars?

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Unread post20 Oct 2018, 14:07

Great story!

I can also recall reading accounts of Victor Blenko's Mig-25 radar being able to "fry a rabbit at 100 yards", or some such claim. Wouldn't doubt it. It makes me wonder about the SU-35's PESA, and staggering claims of its radar's power...
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Unread post20 Oct 2018, 14:47

mixelflick wrote:Great story!

I can also recall reading accounts of Victor Blenko's Mig-25 radar being able to "fry a rabbit at 100 yards", or some such claim. Wouldn't doubt it. It makes me wonder about the SU-35's PESA, and staggering claims of its radar's power...


That was in the book, "MiG Pilot". :)
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