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MessageSujet: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Sam 10 Mai 2008 - 22:53

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Le constructeur suédois Saab a présenté son nouveau démonstrateur Gripen, surnommé Gripen Demo. La société française Thalès participe activement au développement de cet appareil remanié.

Parmi les nouveauté donc, ce chasseur possédera un moteur plus puissant, un nouveau radar et un nouveau système d'avionique. En outre, cet avion aura une charge utile plus importante et un plus grand rayon d'action.

Cette plateforme sera utilisée pour introduire de nouvelles fonctions et de nouvelles technologies sur le Gripen.

Saab est un constructeur populaire pour les nations n'ayant pas les moyens de s'acheter un Eurofighter Typhoon, un Rafale ou un appareil de Dassault bien chers et désirant se séparer du grand frère américain. Le Gripen, bon marché par rapport aux autres chasseurs, bien que moins bien équipé et moins performant, répond à leurs attentes.
http://www.aeroweb-fr.net/actualites/04-2008,saab-gripen-demo-nouveau-chasseur-suedois-presentation.php
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Sam 10 Mai 2008 - 23:57

le JAS-39N , non ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Dim 11 Mai 2008 - 1:46

MoroccanWing a écrit:
le JAS-39N , non ?

c'est le "JAS 39 NG", "SuperGripen", "Gripen NG", "Gripen Demo".
Il s'agit d'un Gripen légèrement élargi, avec une capacité d'emport suplémentaire en carburant carburant et en armement, nouveau moteur, une nouvelle avionique dont un radar AESA.

Sur la base de cette nouvelle version SAAB a formulé son offre finale pour l'armée de l'air de l'Inde "Gripen IN", et à la norvège.






Avant:


Après:


Les principales améliorations:
Points d'emports: 10 (8 )
Poids a vide: 7000Kg (6800Kg)
40% de carburant suplémentaire.
Poussée du moteur: 22000Lbs (18000Lbs)
Poids maxi au décollage: 16T (14T)
Charge maxi: 6T (5T)

Radar AESA dérivé du RBE2 AESA de Thales, avec une adaptation de Ericsson (maintenant SAAB Microwave) et Selex, pour l'antenne et ses modules.



les LCD 16/9 Wide, avec une superposition des fenêtres a la windows.


Le Moteur:
L'ancien était le Volvo RM12 un dérivé F-404 du F/A-18C Hornet est remplacé par le nouveau Gripen dispose du F-414G du F/A-18E SuperHornet, avec une puissance supérieure, capable de "supercruise"


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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Dim 11 Mai 2008 - 14:11

le Gripen NG est un bel oiseau de guerre, voici quelques photos avec des configurations très interessantes:

Gripen IN en mode air-air avec 2x python V + 6x Derby BVR




Gripen IN en mode Multi-roles avec 2x python + 4x Derby BVR+ 4x GBU-12 LGB + Pod de désignation Laser + 2x réservoirs de 300 galons




Gripen IN en config air-sol avec 2x python + 8x GBU-12 LGB + Pod de désignation Laser + 2x réservoirs de 300 galons




Gripen Norway proposé à la norvège 2x ASRAAM + 2x Meteor + 4x missiles de croisière??? + pod de désignation



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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Dim 11 Mai 2008 - 14:51

trés bon chasseur avec de bonne capacité d'emport meme si a la traine vis a vis de ces principaux concurent , helas on ne le verra peut etre jamais voler au couleur de la rmaf meme si elle est en adequation avec nos besoin
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Mar 13 Mai 2008 - 0:11

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Saab displays new flying test platform for Gripen


Gripen Demo, a new flying development platform for current and future generations of Gripen, is unvealed today for the first time. One of the new features is a completely new radar, that Saab is developing in collaboration with the French company Thales.

23/04/2008 | "We have equipped this aircraft with a new stronger engine and a completely new modular avionics system. The aircraft will have a greater payload and a longer range. In addition, Saab, together with Thales, will develop a completely new type of radar. The development will mean that Gripen will be able to maintain its position at the cutting edge of development for the next 30 - 40 years. Gripen Demo will fly for the first time during 2008," says Åke Svensson, CEO of Saab.

The flying test platform, Gripen Demo, will be used to introduce new technology and functions to Gripen. The new capabilities could be the basis for a totally new version and will be completely or partially integrated into current versions of Gripen.

The development of Gripen is done in collaboration with some of the world´s leading companies within the aircraft industry: General Electric, Volvo Aero, Rockwell Collins, Honeywell, APPH, Terma, Martin-Baker and Meggitt. The latest in the line is Thales, which means that two of the world´s leading radar developers are now collaborating to equip Gripen with the most advanced AESA radar technology (Active Electronically Scanned Array).

Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents and constantly develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers´ changing needs.

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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Mar 13 Mai 2008 - 0:47

admirez l'impressionnante configuration du gripen en photos!!! 2 AIM 132 ASRAAM + 4 Meteor + 4 GBU-12 LGB + 2 missiles de croisière?? + pod de désignation lazer Twisted Evil


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Gripen proposal to Norway delivered


On behalf of the Swedish Government, FMV (Swedish Defence Materiel Administration) today handed over Sweden’s proposal regarding Norway’s Future Combat Aircraft.


28/04/2008 | The 48 Gripen fighters that Sweden has offered to Norway meets all the requirements that Norway has specified in the request documentation for the Royal Norwegian Air Force Future Combat Aircraft.

The Gripen fighter for Norway is a true swing-role, next generation combat fighter to meet Norway’s needs for the defence of its national territory, including surveillance of the high North, and participation in international, multi-national forces. Gripen is fully NATO interoperable, can carry a wide range of internationally sourced weapons, includes increased combat range and endurance, additional weapons carriage capability and increased payload, a more powerful engine and super cruise capability. The proposal also includes a joint logistic solution and other areas of multi-national co-operation that will reduce the operational cost for both countries.

Besides the operational requirements, the Swedish offer meets the Norwegian requirements regarding life cycle costs and the Swedish offer includes very low acquisition, operation and support costs compared to alternative platforms.

– I am proud to say that the offer we have delivered today meets, or exceeds, all Norwegian operational and other requirements. This has been possible through a joint effort between the Swedish Government, FMV and Swedish industry, and we are confident that the Swedish offer is the complete solution to meet Norway’s future combat aircraft requirements, says Gunnar Holmgren, Director General of FMV.

An integral part of the Swedish offer to Norway, is a commitment on the part of the Swedish Government to operate the same advanced version of the Gripen fighter aircraft as offered to Norway, in the event that Norway selects Gripen as its future combat aircraft. This offer creates a win-win situation for both countries, as they would not only share the development costs for the new fighter but would also share future enhancements over the future operational life of Gripen fighter aircraft for the next 30-40 years.



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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Mar 13 Mai 2008 - 23:15

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Gripen next generation fighter for India - The Independent Choice


In New Delhi today 28 April 2008 Saab, acting through its Gripen International Business Unit, handed-over its compliant response to the Ministry of Defence, government of India Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) for the Indian Air Force.


28/04/2008 | Gripen International is proud to offer the Indian Air Force Gripen IN, tailor-made to meet all current and future requirements of the Indian Air Force and employing only the very best and latest technologies from Sweden, Europe and the US.

Gripen IN is based on the newly launched Gripen NG, the next generation of Gripen, an enhanced version of the well proven Net Centric Warfare Gripen multi-role fighter, which has unbeatable low acquisition, operation and support costs. Gripen IN provides freedom of choice in weapons and sensors and an unrivalled sustained sortie generation rate through high availability.

Saab President and CEO Åke Svensson stated “The compliant proposal submitted by the Saab/Gripen team today, demonstrates our commitment to winning the Indian government’s MMRCA tender” he said. “I am confident that Saab has submitted the complete solution to India’s requirements. We are offering cutting edge, next generation combat aircraft and unbeatable industrial co-operation, including unrivalled access to key technologies, enabling autonomy and increased national security for India”.

Following submission of the Saab/Gripen team’s bid Eddy de la Motte, Gripen International’s India Campaign Director said “By choosing Gripen IN, India will receive an affordable world class weapons system that will enhance India’s military operational capability and industrial defence base well into the future and in addition, will create independent capabilities right from the word go”.

“Gripen IN will provide India with a capability that offers complete independence of weapon supply. In addition, Gripen IN comes with the guarantee that we are committed to ensuring that India will have the fighter that the Indian Air Force wants” he continued.

“We will do this by transferring all necessary technologies to enable Indian industry and the Air Force to build, operate and modify Gripen to meet all indigenous requirements over time. Gripen IN has huge future growth potential for India to harness to the maximum extent, ensuring that this fighter above all others, will stay in the lead as future technology brings yet greater effectiveness and firepower” he continued.

“Gripen is fully operational today and with the total long-term commitment and support of the Swedish government, I believe that Gripen IN will provide the basis for significant future Indian and international co-operative programmes in future”.

Gripen IN – The Complete Solution

Operational
A next generation state-of-the-art Net Centric Warfare true multi-role fighter that meets all the Indian Air Force defined operational requirements.

Gripen IN is a tailored version of the Gripen NG next generation fighter, which includes increased combat range and endurance, additional weapons carriage capability and increased payload, the more powerful General Electric F414G engine and supercruise capability.

Weapons System and Weapons
The latest generation of weapons system, with an open and flexible architecture providing ease of integration of new equipment, systems and weapons.

Fully integrated advanced sensors and weapon fusion, including an AESA radar and IRST sensor.

A wide range of weapons, which can be sourced from manufacturers worldwide, gives the Indian Air Force freedom of choice by avoiding sole source supply constraints.

Transfer of Technology
A comprehensive Transfer of Technology (ToT) programme, ensuring access and transfer of technology to enable India to manage all aspects of the life cycle for the Gripen IN.

Economical
Unbeatable low acquisition, operation and support costs compared to alternative platforms.

Support and Training
A reliable, innovative, cost-effective and life-time logistics support solution sourced from Indian suppliers with support from Saab and its partners.

State-of-the-art training facilities that combine synthetic training aids and real fighters, for the training of pilots and maintenance personnel.

Offset-Industrial Co-operation
Genuine commitment to deliver real industrial co-operation, creating indigenous capabilities in advanced defence technology areas. Saab has an unbeatable track record when it comes to fulfilling offset obligations.



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Saab
Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents and constantly develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.

Gripen International
Gripen International is the Saab Business Unit which acts as a prime contracting organization, responsible for marketing, selling and supporting the Gripen fighter worldwide. Gripen International combines the strength of its international industrial partners, which are among the world's most experienced and respected manufacturers of aerospace and defence equipment.

Gripen is the first of the new generation, true multi-role combat aircraft to enter service. Using the latest available technology it is capable of performing an extensive range of air-to-air and air-to-surface operational missions and employing the latest weapons. Gripen is designed to meet the demands of current and future threats, while at the same time meeting strict requirements for flight safety, reliability, training efficiency and low operating costs. Gripen is in service with the Swedish, Hungarian and Czech Republic Air Forces and has also been ordered by the South African Air Force and Thailand. The UK Empire Test Pilots’ School (ETPS) is operating Gripen as its advanced fast jet platform for test pilots worldwide.
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Dim 9 Nov 2008 - 0:40

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Analysis: Why 2009 could be the year of the Gripen



By Craig Caffrey
06 November 2008

The next 18 months will see Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, India, the Netherlands, Norway, Romania and Switzerland make final selections for their respective fighter procurement competitions, with sales of up to 523 aircraft worth at least USD35 billion-USD40 billion at stake.

It will be a truly crucial period in shaping the future of the global fighter market.

The common link between these eight contests is the presence of the Saab Gripen in the bidding process. So far the Gripen's success in the export market has been limited, with contracts for 60 aircraft in place across the Czech Republic (14), Hungary (14), South Africa (26) and Thailand (6). Saab hopes, and Jane's Defence Forecasts believes, that the next 18 months may see this number increase significantly.

Competition is fierce to fill these eight national requirements, with the following among the Gripen's competitors in the various contests: Boeing's F/A-18E/F Super Hornet; Dassault's Rafale; the Eurofighter Typhoon; Lockheed Martin's F-16 Fighting Falcon and F-35 Lightning II; and RAC MiG's MiG-35.

Jane's believes the Gripen team has reasons for optimism, however.

First of all, in terms of the aircraft's capability, Saab is offering its enhanced Gripen NG (Next Generation) variant for the Brazilian, Danish, Dutch, Indian and Norwegian requirements, which incorporates a number of significant improvements over the baseline Gripen C/D. These enhancements include: an active electronically scanned array radar developed in conjunctionwith Thales (due to begin flight testing in 2009); General Electric F-414G engines, which provide increased thrust and maximum take-off weight; additional weapons stores; enhanced avionics and electronic warfare capabilities; and increased range.

These new capabilities are currently being developed through the Gripen Demonstrator programme, which was approved by Sweden's Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) in October 2007 and unveiled the following April. According to Saab, further enhancements will be rolled out in three-year increments, to enable continuous development of the platform over the life of the programme and removing the need for comprehensive and expensive mid-life upgrade programmes. Development and incorporation of specific customer-funded requirements is also envisaged as part of a 50-year programme plan.

While currently in the developmental stage, the Gripen NG programme would be accelerated in the event of a contract win and the aircraft would be available to enter service from 2014.

With regard to cost, the Gripen NG is viewed by Jane's as competitive in terms of both acquisition and through-life support costs when compared to its rivals. Bob Kemp, sales and marketing director for Gripen International, citing figures produced for the Dutch fighter contest, said Saab believes that the Gripen NG, as part of an 85-aircraft fleet, would cost EUR6 billion (USD7.6 billion) less than the F-35 in terms of life-cycle costs over a 30-year period.

At a unit cost of between USD50 million andUSD60 million, the Gripen also offers the lowest-cost platform in terms of acquisition expenditure. By comparison, according to Fiscal Year 2009 US Air Force (USAF) and US Navy (USN) budgetary documentation, the unit costs of the F-35 and F/A-18E/F are USD83.1 million and USD82.7 million respectively.

Unsurprisingly in such a competitive market, each of the contenders in these fighter contests has its strengths and weaknesses and much will depend on the specific circumstances, priorities and requirements of the customer nations. As such, some contests are better suited to the Gripen proposal than others, particularly in Europe.
http://www.janes.com/news/defence/air/jdi/jdi081106_1_n.shtml
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Dim 9 Nov 2008 - 4:16

video sympa sur le gripen ( dédicace spéciale Raptor Wink )


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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Dim 9 Nov 2008 - 22:27

interceptor a écrit:
video sympa sur le gripen ( dédicace spéciale Raptor Wink )

merci bcp mon ami Wink flower
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Dim 30 Nov 2008 - 23:30

http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-3MACYJ5AI

le gripen c'est le marteau de Thor !
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Jeu 22 Jan 2009 - 11:11

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SOURCE:Flight International
Saab celebrates 'supercruise' test success for Gripen Demo
By Craig Hoyle

Saab's Gripen Demo aircraft has passed a significant milestone in its ongoing test programme, with the two-seater having on 21 January demonstrated its "supercruise" performance for the first time.

Company test pilot Magnus Ljungdahl says the aircraft was flown to a speed of more than Mach 1.2 at 28,000ft (8,540m) above the Baltic Sea, and adds: "Without using afterburner I maintained the same speed until I ran out of test area." The sortie was conducted from Saab's Linköping test centre.

Saab says the supercruise event forms part of a test campaign that will see the Gripen Demo (pictured below during an earlier test flight) flown at supersonic speeds carrying a variety of loads.


The current test aircraft is intended to de-risk new technologies for a Gripen NG model already being promoted to potential future buyers including Brazil, Denmark and Switzerland. These include the demonstrator's General Electric F414G engine and an active electronically scanned array radar that should enter flight-testing later this year.

"To show potential customers that Gripen can supercruise is an important milestone", says Gripen International marketing director Bob Kemp.




http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/01/22/321428/saab-celebrates-supercruise-test-success-for-gripen.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Ven 15 Mai 2009 - 0:59

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Thailand Shelves Follow-on Gripen Acquisition


The acquisition of six additional Swedish Gripen fighters by the Royal Thai Air Force has fell victim to the economic turmoil in Thailand. The Thai government decided to slash half a billion $US (20 billion Baht) off the current national defense budget, and most of the amount is expected to be saved by the elimination of about 15 billion baht, slated for the acquisition of the six additional Gripens.
Thailand has already acquired six Gripen fighter jets at a cost of 19 billion baht, to be delivered in 2010, replacing aging F-5 fighters scheduled to be decommissioned in 2011. While the decision is not likely to have a critical effect on the air force operations in the near term, since the Gripens has yet to entered operational service, it will have implications of the life cycle cost of the small fleet. The Thais will find that supporting such a small fleet will be extremely expensive and the operational benefit of only six aircraft will be questionable. Therefore, they are likely to revisit their decision in the future, as the economical and political conditions in the country improve.
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Ven 15 Mai 2009 - 1:27

aie aie aie...c´est la faute a eviter,acheter moitié de la flotte,les couts d´acquisition vont deborder,c´est la mauvaise maniere d´economiser.
ils auront un grand ecart entre le premier batch et le 2eme...si 2eme y´en a
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Ven 15 Mai 2009 - 20:13

Gripen_Seeing_is_believing
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Mar 6 Oct 2009 - 8:26

meme si nous n achetons pas souedois, je trouve que ce petit avion a toutes les qualité comme futur remplacant de la flotte (F5 et plus tard MF2000 )

petit,rustique, facile d entretien, taillé pour l autodefense .cout de l heure de vole reduit je presume

peut etre pas l avion le plus impressionant sur le marché, mais quoiqu il en sois dissuasive dans un role defensive.




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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Mar 6 Oct 2009 - 12:42

soit,
et qu´en est il de la relation vendeur-client?durera-elle 30ans sans conflits?
l´achat n´est qu´un act qu´on accomplit,la confiance ca ne s´achete pas malheureusement,et dans ce registre les pays nordiques a defaut de changer leur mentalité,ne sont pas un bon exemple.
a part s´ils confient une usine autre part(bresil par ex) qui pourra tout produire comme pieces,ce qui est loin d´arriver,meme chose pour l´UK.

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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Mer 7 Oct 2009 - 10:30

Yakuza a écrit:
soit,
et qu´en est il de la relation vendeur-client?durera-elle 30ans sans conflits?
l´achat n´est qu´un act qu´on accomplit,la confiance ca ne s´achete pas malheureusement,et dans ce registre les pays nordiques a defaut de changer leur mentalité,ne sont pas un bon exemple.
a part s´ils confient une usine autre part(bresil par ex) qui pourra tout produire comme pieces,ce qui est loin d´arriver,meme chose pour l´UK.

je sais ben Yakusa,

je parle juste sur un plan technique, sur ce point, il a tout pour avoir sa place chez les FAR (dans un futur proche comme remplacant des F5T3,MF2000) , je m auto-cite (petit,rustique, facile d entretien, taillé pour l autodefense .cout de l heure de vole reduit je presume, peut etre pas l avion le plus impressionant sur le marché, mais quoiqu il en sois dissuasive dans un role defensive.)

je rajouterait interopérabilité (capable d utilisé aussi bien l armement us que francais ou européen ou israelien (AIM9X,AIM120,MICA,METEOR,PYTHON...au choix du client)

bref sur un plan techique et economique, il a tous ce qu il faut

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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Mer 7 Oct 2009 - 20:02

Alloudi a écrit:

je sais ben Yakusa,

je parle juste sur un plan technique...

c'est un bon raisonnement Alloudi, les achat d'arme c'est 50% technique 50% politique, et quand les pourcentages changent, c'est en faveur du politique pas l'inverse.
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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Ven 30 Oct 2009 - 12:46

Gripen NG : démonstration de vol de phase test 2

SAAB ont commencé à voler de phase 2 cette semaine. L'avion vole maintenant avec MAWS, AESA et autres nouveaux composants installés au cours de l'été.


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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Jeu 5 Nov 2009 - 15:48

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DATE:05/11/09
SOURCE:Flight International
PICTURE: Saab's Gripen Demo makes first flight with AESA radar
By Craig Hoyle

Saab's Gripen Demo aircraft has made its first test flight since receiving a key technology on offer to potential export customers including Brazil, India and Switzerland.

Now equipped with the antenna and other elements of Selex Sensors and Airborne Systems' Vixen 1000E/ES05 Raven active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, the two-seat demonstrator resumed its flight activities on 27 October, when it performed a sortie from Saab's Linköping site in Sweden.

The heavily modified B-model aircraft had been on the ground in refit for the last several months, during which time Saab integrated its AESA array, new satellite communications equipment and additional internal fuel capacity. It has also gained new electro-optical radar warning receivers and missile approach warning sensors developed by Saab Avitronics.

The Demo airframe has now completed more than 80 flights since May 2008, and is being used to de-risk technologies intended for use with Saab's future NG (new generation) production standard of the Gripen.

The type has already been shortlisted in competitions in Brazil, India and Switzerland, and will equip the Swedish air force from 2014.

Selex says flight tests of its new AESA design, which uses a unique "swashplate" mounting to significantly boost the sensor's area of coverage, will also support the technology's possible future integration with the Eurofighter Typhoon.

The UK Ministry of Defence earlier this year confirmed a desire to equip its Tranche 3 Typhoons with AESA radars, and industry sources say a flight-test programme with the Selex design is expected to take place from 2012. EADS has previously flown an AESA array on a Eurofighter development aircraft in Germany.
Saab's Gripen Demo now has its AESA radar installed


The Gripen NG's radar offers improved off-boresight coverage

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MessageSujet: Re: Saab: présentation du futur Gripen   Jeu 25 Fév 2010 - 1:10

The Gripen NG's radar offers improved off-boresight coverage


très intéressant ça, on est entrain de remedier à la principale limite des phased array...à savoir la couverture lattérale

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