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Does Tejas have BVR?
“Trials were also aimed to validate enhanced capability of already integrated Derby Beyond Visual Range (BVR) AAM on Tejas. The test firing at Goa completed a series of missile trials to validate its performance under extremely challenging scenarios,” a DRDO statement said.
Is AMCA and Tejas Mk2 same?
According to the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), LCA Tejas-Mk2 will be rolled out in 2022 and the first flight in early 2023. Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) will be rolled out in 2024 and first flight in 2025.
What is Tejas RCS?
The TEJAS is reported to have a 0.5 m2 RCS, mainly due to composite material structure, making its detection at BVR ranges substantially difficult!
Is India making stealth bomber?
The AMCA is currently the only fifth generation fighter under development in India, expected to get Ministry of Defence approval in 2022….HAL AMCA.
|Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft
|Stealth multirole fighter
|Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
Will the Tejas Mark-IA have a combat effectiveness problem?
This could pose a problem for the combat effectiveness of the Tejas Mark-IA, an upgraded variant of the Tejas Mark-I featuring various upgrades including an AESA radar system, an EWI suite, and an externally refueling capability.
How many Tejas LCA Mark-I have been produced so far?
The Indian Ministry of Defense (MoD) has ordered 40 Tejas LCA Mark-I with HAL. 16 Tejas LCA in initial operational configuration — 12 fighters and four trainers — have been produced so far. Notably, the the aircraft maker has failed to meet the eight aircraft per annum quota.
Will the Tejas LCA be armed with Meteor?
While the Tejas LCA is slated to be armed with the I-Derby BVRAAM, manufactured by Israeli defense contractor Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, the IAF stipulated in 2017 that the upgraded variant of the Tejas LCA must have the Meteor as well as MBDA’s Advanced Short Range Air-to-Air Missile (ASRAAM).
Will the IAF buy the meteor radar for Tejas Mark-IA?
“Choosing an Elta AESA radar for the Tejas Mark-IA, therefore, rules out the Meteor and, with it, any hope that the IAF will buy the Mark-IA in significant numbers.” The IAF already is procuring the Meteor BVRAAM for its 36 Dassault Rafale fighter jets.