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    Aquí dice que son 200 los blancos traqueados ...como "mínimo"

    Lo dice su propia web

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    Default Al menos le estan brindando mantenimiento

    Espero que el SELEC sepa con quien este trajando. Trate de encontrar la empresa en google, pero no la encontre, al menos con ese nombre en Houston Tx: "Williams Aerospace".


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    Buenos radares estarían compitiendo para la FAP :


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    IAI Presenta su Sistema de Control Aereo y Guerra Electronica, en SITDEF:

    The Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) conformal airborne early warning and control (CAEW) aircraft was first unveiled in public at the UK’s 2008 Farnborough Air Show. The prime contractor, system developer and system integrator for the CAEW is Elta Systems Ltd, a subsidiary of IAI.

    The CAEW aircraft is based on the G550 airframe from Gulfstream Aerospace of the USA. The operationally proven G550 CAEW aircraft is the third generation of airborne early warning and control systems developed by IAI Elta since the mid-1980s.

    Conformal Airborne Early Warning Aircraft programme
    Gulfstream was awarded a contract for four (plus two options) G550 modified aircraft in August 2003. First flight of the modified aircraft was in May 2006 and it was delivered to Elta for the installation of the mission systems in September 2006. The first and second CAEW aircraft were delivered to the Israel Air Force in February and May 2008 and since then have been in operational use.

    In Feburary 2009, the Singapore Air Force recieved four CAEW aircraft from Elta Systems. The aircraft, worth $1bn, will replace four aging Northrop E-2Cs currently in service with the air force.

    “The CAEW provides improved performance in terms of higher operating altitude, longer range and increased time on station.”
    The Singapore Air Force has also ordered a number of CAEW aircraft to be delivered during 2009 and 2010.

    CAEW modifications on Gulfstream G550
    The CAEW provides improved performance in terms of higher operating altitude, longer range and increased time on station. The main AEW performance advantages result from the capability to point the radar beams in any direction in space at any time, with the beam’s parameters controlled by the radar computer. The CAEW aircraft is based on the Gulfstream G550 airframe, which is an upgraded variant of the Gulfstream V-SP with improved aerodynamic performance. The aircraft is manufactured at the Gulfstream business jet production centre in Savannah, Georgia, USA and transferred to IAI Elta Systems Ltd in Ashdod, Israel.

    Compared to the original G550, the CAEW redesigned aircraft has an increased zero-fuel weight, a modified structure, additional cabling, three (instead of one) power generators and a liquid cooling system to accommodate the mission equipment. One particular specification is the aircraft’s low drag aerodynamic profile.

    IAI’s Bedek Aviation is contracted to provide the maintenance and logistic support for the Israeli CAEW aircraft.

    CAEW cockpit
    The baseline G550 aircraft uses a Honeywell Primus Epic avionics suite and the two-man flight deck has a Gulfstream PlaneView cockpit. The CAEW flight deck provides the pilot with real-time 360°, three-dimensional AEW information.

    Mission systems
    The AEW system has six multi-purpose, Windows-based, operator stations with 24in colour monitors that are installed in the rear half of the main cabin. The forward section of the main cabin behind the cockpit accommodates the electronics.

    The Elta AEW system provides rapid target acquisition and target information with total 360° coverage. Avoiding host aircraft obstruction is achieved by using the placement of a number of conformal antennae combined with dynamic beam allocation to the targets. The multiple conformal antennae provide the coverage without the need for a large mushroom-shaped radar system installed on comparable aircraft.

    The aircraft is equipped with the Elta EL/W-2085 AEW system which includes a phased array airborne early warning radar, an identification friend or foe system, electronic support measures (ESM), electronic intelligence (ELINT) and communications intelligence (COMINT) systems.

    The system is highly automated and uses advanced multi-sensor data fusion techniques to cross-correlate data generated by all four sensors – the radar, IFF, ESM / ELINT and CSM / COMINT. The data is combined with an automatically initiated active search by one sensor for specific targets that have been detected by other sensors.

    “The Elta AEW system provides rapid target acquisition and target information with total 360° coverage.”
    The phased array airborne early warning radar, an active electronic steering array (AESA), operates in L and S bands (1GHz to 2GHz and 2GHz to 4GHz) and provides 360° azimuthal coverage. The system has high-accuracy three-dimensional tracking, low false-alarm rate, flexible and high target revisit time, electronic counter-countermeasures and programmable search and track modes of operation.

    The modes of operation include track initiation, extended detection range mode with long dwell time, and target verification. When a target has been identified as a priority the radar switches to a high scan rate tracking mode with optimised beam to target characteristics.

    The forward-facing hemisphere radar array and the weather radar are mounted in the nose radome. The lateral arrays are housed in conformal radomes along the sides of the forward fuselage. The radome located on the tailcone houses the aft facing hemispherical array.

    The information friend or foe system uses the radar’s receive / transmit modules and antennae and provides target interrogation, decoding, target detection, location and target tracking.

    The electronic support measures and electronic intelligence systems use multiple narrow and wideband receivers. The ESM / ELINT also provides the radar warning receiver function and supports the aircraft’s self-protection system. The antenna pods are mounted under the wingtips. An electronic support measures antenna is mounted in a fairing above the nose cone which houses the weather radar. The direction finding function uses differential time of arrival.

    The automated communications intelligence system covers the high (HF) to very-high (VHF) frequency bands from 3MHz to 3GHz.

    The aircraft’s communications suite provides network-centric operations capability and is interoperable with air force, navy and ground force assets and includes U/VHF, HF, satellite communications, voice over internet protocol (VoIP), secure voice, secure data link and intercom.

    “The CAEW aircraft is powered by two Rolls-Royce BR710C4-11 turbofan engines.”
    The aircraft is fitted with a robust jam-resistant full duplex EL/K-189 satellite communications and datalink. The satellite communications operates at Ku band, 12.5GHz to 18GHz. The satellite antenna dish and one planar array are housed in the vertical tail surface top fairing and another planar array is housed in a ventral blister radome. The antennae are dual axis stabilised with pointing capability. The carrier link can provide voice, data and compressed video.

    The aircraft can be fitted with the data link specified by the customer country.

    CAEW countermeasures
    The aircraft is fitted with an integrated self protection suite with 360° radar warning receiver (RWR), missile approach warning system (MAWS), chaff and flare decoy dispensers and directed infrared countermeasures (DIRCM).

    Rolls-Royce BR710C4-11 turbofan engines
    The aircraft is powered by two Rolls-Royce BR710C4-11 turbofan engines rated at 68.4kN and fitted with full authority digital engine control (FADEC). The engines are fitted at the rear of the fuselage. The integral wing tanks have a fuel capacity of 23,400l and the fuel system is equipped with an automatic fuel distribution system to accommodate the changing fuel load during flight.

    The aircraft is equipped with a Hamilton Sundstrand electrical power generation system and the CAEW aircraft also has power generators mounted on the engines providing 240kW of power.

    Gulfstream was responsible for the design and supply of the liquid cooling system to accommodate the high power consumption of the airborne electronics.

    The CAEW can fly at a maximum speed of 1,084km/h. It has a range of 12,501km and a maximum endurance of nine hours.
    Hay hombres que luchan un día y son buenos; hay otros que luchan un año y son mejores; hay otros que luchan muchos años y son muy buenos. Pero están los que luchan toda la vida y esos son imprescindibles. Bertolt Brecht

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    Predicción de seísmos por perturbaciones en la ionosfera

    La Conida revisa en Tailandia el diseño del proyecto Terremoto Fase II

    Efectos del terremoto y tsunami del 11 de marzo de 2011 en Japón. Foto: Armada de Estados Unidos

    18/11/2019 | Lima

    Peter Watson

    La agencia espacial del Perú, Conida, ha decidido enviar un representante a la reunión de revisión preliminar de diseño del proyecto Terremoto Fase II que se lleva a cabo entre el 19 y 21 del presente mes en la ciudad de Pattaya, Tailandia.

    Terremoto Fase II (Earthquake Phase II) es un proyecto de investigación de la Organización de Cooperación Espacial del Asia-Pacífico (Apsco), que tiene como objetivo principal la identificación de perturbaciones ionosféricas relacionadas a eventos sísmicos de camino a una eventual capacidad para predecir terremotos.

    Entre el 14 y 16 de mayo pasado, la Apsco sostuvo la reunión de lanzamiento de la Fase II del proyecto Terremoto. La temática central del evento fue el análisis de métodos de integración de datos captados por satélite y en tierra sobre los precursores y señales de eventos sísmicos. Asistieron representantes de Bangladesh, China, Mongolia, Pakistán y Perú.

    Nueva fase aprobada

    En dicha reunión, se aprobó el lanzamiento de la siguiente fase del proyecto, parte importante de la denominada Visión de Desarrollo al 2030 de la Apsco. Asimismo, los países miembros presentaron sus respectivas locaciones candidatas para la instalaciones de magnetómetros que se integrarán en la plataforma SOAP (Stereoscopic Seismic-ionospheric Observation Application Platform).

    Uno de los logros de la Fase I del proyecto Terremoto es la plataforma de intercambio de información GIMI, Ground-based Ionospheric Monitoring and Information, un sistema que permite actividades conjuntas de investigación en el campo de la sismología.

    Conida ha designado al doctor en ciencias y aplicaciones especiales Rodolfo Moreno Santillán, investigador de la Dirección de Geomática de la agencia espacial, como su representante en la reunión de este mes del proyecto Terremoto.

    La ionosfera es una capa de la atmósfera terrestre que es ionizada por la radiación solar y cósmica, está ubicada entre 80 y 1.000 kilómetros sobre la superficie de la Tierra. Cuando un terremoto sacude la superficie genera ondas atmosféricas que se propagan hacia la ionosfera y modifican la densidad de electrones, dichos cambios son detectables por los sistemas satelitales de posicionamiento global. Algo similar ocurre con los tsunamis, las ondulaciones de sus olas comprimen y expanden el aire superior, generando ondas gravitacionales que alcanzan la ionosfera y pueden ser detectadas por los satélites.

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