none-export, PLAAF, radar images are very hard to find. there are more of the export radars.
but there are some things we can infer.
This is the SY-80 for the j-7, its pretty much the same visually to the KLJ-6E which itself is similar visually to the KLJ-6F
As you can see, its pretty small, because of the limitations of the radar dome for the j-7/mig-21 , one of the reason why china builts the j-8 with the intakes at the side allowing for a bigger radar.
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KJL-7, with a clearly far larger size than what can fit on the j-7
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KLJ-7A , diameter is going to be roughly the same as the kjl-7, because its for the same plane.
testing in a Y-7 test plane
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with the cover on
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LKF-601E, which lost against the KJL-7A
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earlier KLJ-3 on the first models of the j-10A
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it isnt confirmed what the KLJ-10/A looks like but there are some images
j-10B, people thought this was PESA, but later chinese published media said its ASEA. this might be the KLJ-10
notice that the nose was entirely redesigned and flattened, this design then carried over to the j-10C
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Later this popped up, which is where people got the 1200 T/R count for the j-10C from, it states that this is gen 1.5 of chinese AESAs from NRIET, the middle one being gen 2 for j-16 and bottom one being gen 3 for j-20(also where people got 1800+ T/R for the j-20 from). while this radar is clearly the one on the j-10B image but we have no reason to think the j-10C would have a lesser count.
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Regardless, most think this is a image of the j-10C radar which should be the KLJ-10A, it would have benefited from the development of the j-16 and j-20 radars.
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still waiting on your proof that the su-35 in chinese hands has something other the the Ibris-E
What do you think is this one? We know it's Chinese and proper BVR capable but it was never disclosed which exact radar from the Chinese sources equips IRIAF F-4E.
It was revealed as Baynaat Fire control SAR radar with close to 150 km range.