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  • RADAR-GA
    The company has a valuable experience in putting into operation the equipment of domestic and foreign companies RADAR GA employs qualified specialists and has all necessary licenses That s why it managed to provide turnkey services to fully equip the airports of Baikonur Grozny Nazran Yaroslavl Orel Anadir Minsk 2 ICAO III category Sheremetyevo ICAO category III Our specialists fulfilled all necessary works to put President s heliport in Strelna

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  • RADAR MMS
    software and microelectronic support technologies The production range includes onboard radio electronic systems for cruise missiles integrated multi sensor electronic systems two band aircraft remote sensing systems avionics for UAVs The main products are active radar guidance seekers ARGS 35E ARGS 54E and ARGS 14E for X 35E 3M 54E 3M 54E1 and 3M 14E anti ship missiles making a part of Uran E Bal E Club N and Club

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  • RADEBERGER HYBRIDELEKTRONIK GmbH
    service technologies Thin film technology Thick film technology Component assembly Hermetic packaging Screening and test Contact Details Address 70 HeidestraІe 01454 Radeberg Germany URL www rhe de A B C D E F G H I J K L M

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  • RADIOPRIBOR
    complex of specialized manufactures which produce IFF systems Onboard equipment of short range navigation and landing SRNAV and onboard computers Test equipment for maintenance operations Spare parts for repair as group and repair complete sets and also provides warranty and post warranty servicing of produced equipment Radiopribor actively cooperates with foreign partners The Plant s systems and complexes are operated in 62 countries Licensed works are conducted in the countries

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  • RADIOPRIBOR PLANT IN ALMETYEVSK
    manufacture of electronic systems for defense industry All types of Russianmade aircraft and helicopters use systems by Radiopribor The plant also manufactures electronic systems for oil and gas industry as well as consumer goods metal cases washing machines water filters etc The Company has ISO 9000 certificate Contact Details Address 2 Stroitelei av Almetievsk Tatarstan 423450 Russia A B C D E F G H I J K L M

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  • RADIOZAVOD
    and production of mobile automatic radiotechnical control systems of army and weapons of land forces of aviation control system missile corps and mar services using the modern means of communication computing machinery space navigations lazer and optometrical exploring facilities this is the guideline of plant s activity Much attention is given to modernization and improvements the earlier released samples of military equipment Contact Details Address 1 Baidukov Str Penza 440039

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  • RADUGA STATE MACHINE BUILDING DESIGN BUREAU
    Navy missiles powerful laboratory and experimental base wind turbines INTESS satellite TV antennae agricultural machines textile equipment Contact Details Address 2A Zhukovsky Str Dubna Moscow region 141980 Russia A B C D E F G H I J K L

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  • Dassault Rafale
    CURRENT VERSIONS specific C01 Single seat Rafale C prototype C01 F ZWVR ordered 21 April 1988 flown 19 May 1991 officially flight tested at CEV in October 1991 two months ahead of schedule 100th sortie 12 May 1992 First Rafale gun firing 5 March 1993 first Magic 2 AAM launch 26 March 1993 Continued high AoA trials in 2000 having exceeded 30 M88 2 Stage 4 engine trials in late 2000 Second Rafale C order C02 not placed abandoned 1991 M01 First navalised prototype F ZWVM ordered 6 December 1988 flown 12 December 1991 Assigned to structural qualification FCS and aerodynamic trials Catapult trials ashore at US Naval Air Warfare Center Patuxent River and Lakehurst 13 July 23 August l992 second series of US trials 15 January 18 February 1993 followed by deck trials on Foch first deck landing 19 April 1993 first deck launch 20 April 1993 although first take offs with jump strut nosewheel leg began in following month third US trials series 18 November 16 December 1993 carrying external loads fourth series October December 1995 including dummy deck launch at maximum weight of 22 300 kg 49 163 lb On 8 June 1995 M01 made the first launch of a MICA AAM against an aerial target acquired by RBE2 radar fitted in a Rafale Employed on development trials for F2 production standard Total 438 hours in 723 sorties by October 1997 In storage 1999 Fl standard avionics trials in 2000 B01 Two seat dual control trainer Rafale B prototype B01 F ZWVS ordered 19 July 1989 as first with RBE2 radar and Spectra defensive systems first flight 30 April 1993 first flight with RBE2 7 July 1993 Longest Rafale sortie Istres to Dubai November 1995 approximately 3 020 n miles 5 600 km 3 475 miles in 6 hours 30 minutes with three aerial refuellings including one precautionary Heavy configuration trials 23 400 kg 51 588 lb including two APACHEs completed in February 1997 Total 990 sorties by mid 1999 First Rafale to fly with conformal tanks 18 April 2001 M02 Second naval prototype ordered 4 July 1990 first flight 8 November 1993 assigned to operational and maintenance testing aboard ship and navigation weapons trials Joint carrier trials with M01 aboard Foch second series 27 January 4 February 1994 Third series of deck trials M02 only aboard Foch begun 17 October 1994 for three weeks total 28 launches including two at night included maintenance electromagnetic compatibility RBE2 radar and Spectra ECM tests Fitted with model of OSF in late 1994 for vibration tests Flew Singapore to Istres 6 300 n miles 11 668 km 7 250 miles in under 15 hours February 1996 First launch of Magic 2 AAM at moving target 4 April 1996 Total 297 hours in 348 sorties by October 1997 With B01 employed by 1998 on development of F2 and F3 avionics standards On 6 July 1999 became only second jet fighter following Super Etendard to land on new carrier FS Charles de Gaulle Continued Spectra trials in 2000 CUSTOMERS Anticipated worldwide market for 500 aircraft in addition to originally planned 250 for French Air Force 225 Cs and 25 Bs and 86 for French Navy former service announced revised requirement for 234 comprising 95 Rafale Cs and 139 two seat pilot and WSO combat versions in 1992 Defence economies in 1996 included reduction of requirements to 60 Ms and Ns Naval deliveries began with No 2 to CEPA trials unit on 19 July 2000 followed by No 3 in September 2000 service familiarisation began 4 December 2000 when Nos 2 and 3 delivered to Landivisiau naval air base Landivisiau s 12 Flottille re formed 18 May 2001 with four aircraft first operational voyage began aboard Charles de Gaulle commissioned 1999 on 1 December 2001 and Nos 2 to 8 had embarked by 10 March 2002 when stationed in Arabian Gulf Nos 9 and 10 received mid 2002 and IOC then declared Balance of naval order replaces Super Etendards 11 Flottille being first recipient in 2005 third squadron to follow Navy received 10 aircraft in Fl configuration actually LF1 which upgraded to partial Fl in early 2002 incorporating some air to air capability although full Fl with cannon and MICA AAM not due until late 2002 15 F2s and 35 F3s last in 2012 all to be based at Landivisiau Air Force deliveries originally planned for 1996 2009 including first 20 in interim configuration two year postponement announced 1992 further slips in development funding delayed first receipts to 2002 and IOC to 2006 when first squadron to be established with 20 Rafale Bs Only Air Force s first three aircraft 301 302 and 101 two Bs and one C to Fl standard Official authorisation to launch production given 23 December 1992 Initial production contract in 1993 defence budget formally awarded 26 March 1993 comprising one aircraft each for Air Force and Navy Total 13 by 1996 while 1997 2002 plan envisaged 33 B Cs and 15 naval versions total 48 to be ordered and two Bs and 12 Ms delivered followed by orders for 15 B Cs per year from 2003 In early 1997 French defence procurement agency DGA agreed with Dassault a multiyear procurement of the 48 aircraft in return for a 10 per cent cost reduction but this later suspended Authorisation to order the first 13 Rafales was only granted in May 1997 however At the same time separate plans were being formulated for acceleration into service of the first 10 air force Rafales to equip an export promoting and operational trials half squadron but those plans also soon abandoned Eventually go ahead given on 14 January 1999 for 48 aircraft including 20 options these confirmed on 21 December 2001 Deliveries in 2003 08 five year plan will be 57 to Air Force and 19 to Navy Export versions of naval variant were available to potential customers from 1999 onwards China expressed interest in 1996 97 By 2015 French Air Force

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