EDIT: I just remembered that's the Su-57's radar! It is developed by Tikhomirov NIIP and I just didn't realize they were going to fit it in the Su-35s. Perhaps in the upcoming production lines, should be a heck of an X-band AESA rsdar.Maybe waiting for the Byelka AESA radar dedicated version to the Sukhoi-35. It will be ready soon with 1500 modules and a range of 400 km..
They actually make the L-Band AESA wing-mounted radar for the Su-35 as well as the side-mounted AESAs on the Su-57. Their history is full of a lot more successes than Phazotron's failures as far as L-band and AESA radars, so that's a good thing.
Considering what we saw with the Al-Tariq, I'm willing to bet that they're cooperating on a lot of things that we just don't know about because they're not saying much at all. I'm sure there is vested interest both ways.I hope Egypt and the UAE collaborate on defense projects soon.
Egypt and their expertise with radars will be very useful for UAE defense projects especially those related to Halcon.
EDEX this December will allow more connections to form between the two hopefully.
And you could get a nice little vital component package for a Corvette/FAC