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N0-10 Zhuk (Beetle)

Country of Origin: Russia


The Zhuk (Beetle) is the fire-control radar developed for later variants of the MiG-29 Fulcrum ** fighter such as the MiG-29M. In the late-1980s, Soviet technicians described the Zhuk as an upgrade of the MiG-25 's Fox Fire** radar.

The result turned out to be a coherent pulse-Doppler, three-channel monopulse radar with look-up and look-down/shoot-down capability. It has a planar slotted-array flat-plate antenna that is studded with 16 aerials for identification-friend-or-foe...

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