Pakistan JF17 Thunder 'come with use against any one' rider
All 300 of the planes will come with no restrictions
All the missiles on the 300 planes will be used freely and frequently
All the radars on the planes will be openly used to track any enemy plane movement in Pakistan Air Space and neutralized.
The JF17 planes will successfully be working with the air to air tankers and taking part in all weather day/night missions
Again 100 % free of any riders
The WS-13 , engine will ensure that the planes are comparable to anything that F16C/D is capable of.
The thunders will also come with full support for 100% avionics upgrade to AESA status based on joint research between China and Pakistan
The 300 fighters
can be increasd to 500 planes
if needed, because we have agreement to purchase up to 1300 engines
Just a reminder we also happen to have 180 Mirages & 100+ Chinese secondary fighters just in case.
NO RIDERS , No restrictions 100% ready to defence and engage
I mean the Ukranian tankers will do wonders to help our mirage fighters and JF17 thunder patrol the air as needed
Just in case if someone has any doubt yes the JF17 thunder will also work nicely with KJ-200
And yes there is no rider on what can be equip on the FACINATING plane
We can put anything
Air - Air
Air - Air (extended km missiles wink wink)
Air - Ground
You name it we can put it on ... now there
The best part is that it will be frist plane to have 100% Pakistan/Chinese parts including engine soon
Another great Mile stone in engineering
Pakistan starts production of avionics for JF-17 Thunder jet
Updated at: 1900 PST, Friday, May 28, 2010 ShareThis story
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday successfully launched the production project of avionics for the fighter jet (JF-17 Thunder) at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) Kamra.
Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman, speaking as chief guest on the historic occasion, said, "a strong air force is essential for our nation's survival; therefore, self-reliance for PAF (Pakistan Air Force) is an important factor. Today's ceremony is an important step in this direction."
He expressed satisfaction that significant progress had been made in achieving national objective of attaining self-reliance in defence industries.
He commended the management, airmen and civilians of PAC for their devotion and dedication towards this project of national importance and urged them to continue this journey with added zealand zest.
Earlier, PAC Chairman Air Marshal Farhat Hussain Khan presented an appraisal of the JF-17 avionics programme activities.
He said the generic production and testing facilities had been established at Kamra Avionics and Radar Factory where, besides the Chinese avionics, four indigenously designed and developed avionics systems were also being produced.
He informed that the production scope would be progressively broadened to include the production of complete JF-17 avionics suite at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex
Secretary of Defence Production, Members of JF-17 Board of Directors, Principal Staff Officers of Pakistan Air Force and representatives from the Chinese aviation industries attended the ceremony
yea - its coming ... its coming
In another interesting development Chinese company, No 14 Research Institute / Nanjing Research Institute of Electronic Technology (NRIET)
which defeated the SELEX (Galileo Avionica) and is providing the KLJ-7 radar for current batch of JF-17 Thunder is also developing AESA radar to satisfy its customer. Chinese companies are working hard to provide a complete package deal to PAF that will involve improved version of SD-10 with increased range
OH YEAH reasearch and dev going on right now as we speak
Pakistan, China to jointly set up national electronics complex
Published: October 29, 2008
2 years into research on block 2/3 JF17 Thunder !!!!!!
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BEIJING (APP) - Pakistan and China will jointly set up information and electronic complex covering civilian, information technology and defence electronic domains in Pakistan.
To be called National Electronic Complex of Pakistan (NECOP), it will be set up in cooperation with Chinaâ€™s CETC International.
The establishment of NECOP with the cooperation of Chinaâ€™s CETC International will help Pakistan achieving indigenous R&D and production capabilities after providing sophisticated training and technical assistance packages by fully utilizing local resources.
The NECOP will help enormously to enhance the overall research and development capabilities of Pakistan.
At the same time the complex will serve as the production and technical assistance centre of CETC in the South Asian Region which will greatly help the Chinese entrepreneur overseas marketing development efforts.
A Frame Work Agreement for setting up NECOP was signed by Pakistan™s Ambassador to China Masood Khan and President of CETC International Yan Lijin during President Asif Ali Zardaris 4-day Oct 14-17 state visit to China.
President Zardari before start of his state visit to China presided over a high-level meeting in which he laid greater emphasis on the progress of this project and proposed to change the priorities of the project from defense-oriented to military-civilian project.
The successful singing of this agreement during President Zardariâ€™s hallmark visit to China demonstrated good wishes for bilateral cooperation, strengthening the traditional friendship and also presenting a Science-Technology oriented image for the newly elected democratic government of Pakistan.
CECT is the largest state-owned enterprise, specialized in the field of defense electronics, information technology, public security, space, transportation, energy and education.
It has the distinction in the areas of total solution provider that is capable of offering various kinds of electronic products and systematic after-sales support service for the customers worldwide.
CETC, as a renowned defense electronics manufacture in the world has established a deep and broad collaboration with Pakistan in the mentioned fields.
From stand alone equipment to complete solutions, from civilian projects to strategic cooperation, CETC is proud of making contribution towards the modernization and digitalisation of Pakistans industries