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Zhuhai Airshow 2016

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    J20
    A Fighter for the 21st Century

    The J-20 fighter has a powerful radar (both in the nose and at leading edges around the fuselage for 360 degree coverage), an infrared search and tracking sensor in a stealth housing under the nose, a series of cameras distributed around the fuselage to feed data to the pilot, missile warning systems, and electronic warfare equipment


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    J-10B

    The J-10B medium fighter has a strong surface attack capability, as seen displayed at Zhuhai 2016 with a wide range of smart bombs and anti-ship cruise missiles, while remaining strong in aerial combat thanks to its AESA radar.



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    JF-17

    Airframe number "13-149", of the Pakistani Air Force's No. 2 Minhas squadron, arrives in Zhuhai as China and Pakistan attempt to drum up more interest in the light fighter.



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    KLJ-7A
    Developed by the Nanjing Electronics Technology Research Institute, the KLJ-7A AESA radar is powerful despite its small size, with a range of 170km, and enough processing power and capability to track fifteen targets, while targeting four. Its addition to the JF-17 fighter will make it a much more attractive export prospect.

    Developed by the Nanjing Electronics Technology Research Institute, the KLJ-7A AESA radar is powerful despite its small size, with a range of 170km, and enough processing power and capability to track fifteen targets, while targeting four. Its addition to the JF-17 fighter will make it a much more attractive export prospect

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    AVIC unveiled a full-sized mock up of the YINGS III model 330 airborne targeting pod at Airshow China 2016. (IHS/Kelvin Wong)
    The YINGS III - which stands for Ying Sun III (Hawk III) - targeting pods are developed and manufactured by the company's Luoyang Electro-Optical Equipment Research Institute located in the central province of Henan, with the product portfolio presently comprising three variants with diameters of 330 mm (Model 330), 360 mm (Model 360), and 390 mm (Model 390).

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    http://www.popsci.com/chinas-new-fl...ow-displays-future-chinese-warbots-and-swarms
    CHINA'S NEW FLEET OF DRONES: AIRSHOW DISPLAYS THE FUTURE OF CHINESE WARBOTS AND SWARMS
    ZHUHAI 2016 SURPRISES WITH NEW DRONES, LIKE THE STEALTHY CLOUD SHADOW ATTACK DRONE, HELICOPTER-LAUNCHED MINI DRONES, A PREVIEW OF A MASSIVE DRONE SWARM

    By Jeffrey Lin and P.W. Singer posted Nov 4th, 2016 at 11:27am

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    Cloud Shadow


    The Cloud Shadow, China's first stealth UCAV, is offered for export, and to sweeten the pot, it comes with long range attack options like light cruise missiles (center), and smart glide bombs (to the left and right of the cruise missile).

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    The Cloud Shadow, a single-engined version of the Sky Wing UAV, has stealthy features including canted vertical stabilizers and serrated panel edges, though its lacks an internal weapons bay (for now).
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    CH-5

    The CH-5 has a flight time of 60 hours and 6,500 km range greater than some reported figures for the MQ-9 Repear. Its massive weapons load of one ton, along with electronic warfare, multi-sensor surveillance and communications has reportedly landed big export orders at Zhuhai 2016.
    CH-5's programming and datalink allows its controllers to link up with other UCAVs, like the CH-3 and CH-4, to conduct joint, multi-drone missions.

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    CH-805
    Stealth Target Drone RCS of 0.01 square meters indicates its role as a target for simulating stealth aircraft to Chinese fighters and air defense missile

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    CK-20
    supersonic target drone concept in the advanced stages of development. A 5.5-ton, single-engine aircraft roughly the size of a jet fighter trainer, it can fly at an altitude of 18 km, reach speeds of up to Mach 1.8.

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    SW-6

    The SW-6 UAV, with its folding wings, can be neatly fitted onto a hardpoint, or dropped en mass from cargo chutes, transforming even the smallest helicopter or largest cargo plane into a drone mothership that can use the SW-6s to scout for enemy targets, threats and even possibly conduct support-like communications relay or jamming on future versions.

    Unmanned/manned "centaur" combinations between Chinese manned systems and drones would reduce the risk to Chinese pilots by allowing unmanned systems to take on more dangerous roles. The SW-6 is another AVIC UAV that fits into this approach. While it has twin folding wings and a weight of around 30-50 pounds, it is a "marsupial" drone that can be attached to the hard points of helicopters like the Z-11WB, riding along until releases like a missile or bomb. A helicopter (or other aircraft, even a large drone) could carry, deploy and operate multiple SW-6s to scout ahead and around for targets or hazards like enemy air defenses (and in a pinch, crash the SW-6 onto a soft target).

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    CH-500

    The CH-500 is a coaxial small helicopter drone, but packs a very hefty punch in the form of two anti-tank missiles.
    Its small size makes this robot helicopter suitable for use by smaller formations like battalions and companies
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    CETC

    Drone Swarm

    CETC partnered with Tsinghua University to build a swarm of at least a couple dozen drones, which were shown flying in formation, and then going into improvised, network-generated flight patterns, marked by interdrone communications and coordination to reach their destination. The video then showed the drone swarm conduct a wide area search of their surroundings. While the CETC-Tsinghua drone swarm is unarmed
     
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    H-6K

    The H-6K is currently the only bomber undergoing production in the world. While descended from a 1950s Soviet design, its updated engines, and modern avionics and weapons make it a very formidable foe for any surface target in the Western Pacific

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    DH-10 at rest

    Seen here is a DH-10 cruise missile being towed for arming a H-6 bomber. The DH-10's flexibility, large payload and long range make it one of China's most important strategic weapons.

    The PLAAF also displayed a H-6K bomber, airframe number "11098". This bomber is an updated version of the Soviet Tu-16 bombers, with digital avionics, airframe improvements and engines that increases its combat radius and payload to 3,500km and 12-15 tons. While older H-6 bombers were exported to Egypt and Iraq in the 1980s, China is unlikely to export such a strategic platform. Displayed around "11098" were multiple air launched CJ-20 cruise missiles, with a range of 2,000-3,000km, though "11098" had two older KJ-63H cruise missiles mounted to its wings. In addition to hunting enemy ships with supersonic cruise missiles like the YJ-12A and its massive radar, the H-6K can strike ground bases beyond the Second Island Chain of Guam and the Japanese volcanic islands.

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    Z-11WB

    The Z-11WB scout helicopter, despite its small size, has a wide range of armament choices, including smart bombs, laser guided anti-tank missiles, jamming pods and machine guns.

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    SW-6

    The SW-6 UAV, with its folding wings, can be neatly fitted onto a hardpoint, or dropped en mass from cargo chutes, transforming even the smallest helicopter or largest cargo plane into a drone mothership that can use the SW-6s to scout for enemy targets, threats and even possibly conduct support like communications relay or jamming on future versions.

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    Flying Centuars

    "Centaurs" made of pairing manned platforms with unmanned systems, like this combo of the Z-11WB helicopter carrying a SW-6 drone like a missile, could be the future of aerial combat as pilots and crew rely on distributed networks to locate the enemy and prepare the battlefield while avoiding danger.

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    Z-10K

    China's primary attach helicopter, the Z-10K has additional firepower and armor, compared to the original.

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    Z-19E

    The Z-19E, China's light attack helicopter, was developed from the Z-9 helicopter (itself a licensed copy of the French Dauphin). While less protected than the heavier Z-10 (and lacking an autocannon), it nicely fills the gap between the Z-10 and Z-11 scout.

    Finally, a trio of combat helicopters were displayed. Making its public debut was the Z-10K attack helicopter. Its upgrades over the Z-10 include

    However, it was the little, single engine Z-11WB scout helicopter that packed the biggest punch. While weighing only 2.2 tons, the Z-11WB was surrounded by multiple payloads, including HJ-9 and HJ-10 anti-tank missiles, rocket pods, a gun pod, a mast-mounted radar, FT-9 laser guided bombs and a KG-600 jamming pod
     
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    new lightweight SPH

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    Airshow China 2016: J-20 cameo generates more questions than answers

    The first public showing of the Chengdu Aircraft Corporation (CAC) J-20 'fifth-generation' fighter was one of the most anticipated moments of the Airshow China 2016 exhibition, which took place from 1-6 November in Zhuhai, southern Guangdong Province.

    However, those hoping to see a demonstration of the capabilities for which the aircraft has become famous through various Chinese online blogs and other open sources came away disappointed.

    While two J-20s actually flew at the show during the opening ceremony, neither performed a complete flight routine. The two aircraft, which flew in from an aerodrome in the nearby city of Foshan, initially made a high-speed flyover that looked like the beginning of a two-aircraft demonstration flight.

    However, after flying in front of the show's reviewing stand, one of the two aircraft pulled into a short vertical climb for an abbreviated set of manoeuvres and then turned away on to a flight track exiting the aerodrome's airspace.

    This J-20 then pulled in behind the second aircraft, which had simply continued on a straight and level course away from the show site after conducting only one fly-by.

    The sense of deflated enthusiasm was palpable among the crowd of onlookers as they waited for the aircraft to return, but they did not.

    There are believed to be 10 J-20 prototypes, all of which seem to carry out different functions for the J-20 programme. Most recently one of the aircraft was seen conducting a series of tests at a site in Tibet to validate its performance in high and hot climatic conditions.

    This has generated a number of questions as to why the aircraft made a rather timid cameo appearance at China's one and only national air show.

    "Lack of experience with the aircraft and therefore concern about a mishap cannot be considered a valid reason," said a Russian aerospace executive at the show.

    http://www.janes.com/article/65276/...0-cameo-generates-more-questions-than-answers
     
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    Please tag other members too

    Btw there is a lot of armoured vehicles, MANPADS, arms are there,if possible please post here
     
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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    People gather around a VT-5 tank at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT
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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT
     
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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    Ground military vehicles show off their capabilities at the 11th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province, on Thursday. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

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    @Gessler, sir AbRaj is here, unfortunately I forgot my password & can't be able to reset it. Need help sir
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