This list is to better inform me on both aircraft. I am looking for advice on specs, updates I am not aware of, and the rest. Because I have missed a
couple of things in the past for example I thought the F-35 only had firewire instead of a fibre optics channel......I know this list could be longer
but bare with me to see what I missed or have to change?
SU-57: Uses fiber optics for data transfer rate of more than 8 gbps
F-35: uses fiber optic channel for 2 gbps. However I heard that Harrison is going to increase the data throughput by how much I dont know which is why
I started this list.
Su-57: K-77M has a 200km range and can create lock on 40 miles or more, made back in 2013
Than it has mentions of
digital arrays for its AESA which is something I have not heard about and would like a detailed explanation to what the hell that is?
Its operational since they have sold these missiles to China
Here is a picture of it.
F-35 would be the JNAAMs which uses GaN MMICs which of course speaks of similiar technology
Test fire 2018 deployment date late 2020s.
SH-121 radar uses GaN MMICs.
last report was in 2009 that it was uses GaAS MMICs but from that source the MMICs have more than likely been replaced with GaN MMICs instead by just
looking at phazatrons image www.ato.ru...
ROFAR said to
recognize a human face from 400km along with similiar tech being put on the mig-41 is a different story. Testing 2018 production 2020.....I have yet
to see updates on this in the future. Current radar azimuth is 240 degrees. But because of MIRES and like the F-35 ECM arrays can change roles with
the radar arrays. ECM arrays are located on the back of the aircraft making me think its a possible 360 degree radar azimuth
F-35 is using GaAS MMICs
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coverage is 140 degrees.
Su-57 engines went from a 3,500 to an above 5,000km range giving it a 42% increase in range or more, the new engine is 30% lighter, less compression
stages, less heat, and going from 33,000lbs to 41,887 lbs is a 27% increase in afterburner thrust. New engine 1st tested in dec-5 2017 expected in
replacements in 2020s. Current batch will be 12 su-57s with old engine
F-35 engines www.globalsecurity.org...
A: 1200 nm, B: 900nm, C: 1400nm. ADVENT is 30% increase so A:
1560nm, B: 1170nm C: 1820nm.
-"Pratt & Whitney recently completed
performance tests of an early version of the system, called the fuel burn reduction demonstrator engine, which proved that the upgrade could improve
thrust by up to 10 percent and reduce fuel consumption by up to 6 percent, he said. Reporters got to see the prototype in action during a May 30
demonstration at the company's test rigs. " The new configuration is not funded through current joint strike fighter program of record, but if the
F-35 joint program office approves it, the engine could be ready for the second round of upgrades under the Block 4 modernization effort, Bromberg
said." They said possibly in the 2020s the engine will come out
Uses smart skin
F-X will use smart skin as well
Laser jammer is expected until prototype stage of SU-57 ends by 2019.
Block 5 Laser jammer is expected in the early 2020s However Block 4 is yet to be completed once block 3f is completed by 2018
"“Each such plane becomes a computer center which is able to decide
exactly what type of arms and ammo it needs for a specific combat mission. In the UAV mode, the plane can reach its target much faster with overloads
of up to 15 G, while the maximum overload a pilot can endure does not exceed 10 G,” said Viktor Pryadka, the CEO of the Avintel Aviation
F-22s and other fighter jets will soon use improved “artificial intelligence” to control nearby drone “wingmen” able to carry weapons, test
enemy air defenses or perform intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance missions in high risk areas, senior Air Force officials said."
They both sound the same but this is what is throwing me off. 1st F-35 "Air Force Chief Scientist Gregory Zacharias said that technology was
progressing quickly at the Air Force Research Lab - to the point where much higher degrees of autonomy and manned-unmanned teaming is expected to
emerge in the near future." SU-57 " In an interview with Sputnik, aviation expert Viktor Pryadka said that the Su-57 is a computerized
multifunctional complex capable of flying on its own." So this means that the SU-57 can fly on its own what about the F-35? I have not found it any
info if the F-35s computer allows it to fly on its own without fly by wire which of course is limited to 8g or something like that?
SU-57 SU-57: OLS-50M sputniknews.com...
uses QWIP technology. OLS-35 had a 90km range seeing a
targets back and seeing a targets front at 50km. However no new info on OLS-50M
F-35: EOTS www.deagel.com...
third generation FLIR, a laser, and a CCD-TV.
including short-wave infrared, high-definition television, an infrared marker and
improved image detector resolution. No new info on F-35s detection range either.
Without looking at stealth RCS figures in which case some exagerrated and some not. The F-35 is still more stealthy than the SU-57 because smaller
size and 10% more composites. Some argue about the RCS of the back of the SU-57 being stealthy or not but lets take a look at this image to better
explain my next question.