Exactly. I mean you can literally see why PAF continues to sow doubt about which version of AESA they’ve picked up. They’re just not in the mood to clarify, no matter how many hoops we jump through.Many do not understand that whatever information is given out is also meant to sow doubts across the border and that it is perfectly OK. Home supporters can be put out to graze and it does not really matter much.
They clearly put out the pulse doppler version, name and details back in the day and aren’t doing it now for a very specific reason.
I’d agree and that’s why I’m following the discussion on which cooling system is being used by this system. But when we discuss ranges, it becomes entirely moot - there’s no way any assertion can be right, all you’ve is the number on the brochure.Of course. Most of the topics related to defense are similar in nature. And we as enthusiasts try to extrapolate things because… well we are enthusiasts. What else do you think people will do on a public defence forum.