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Mitsubishi ATD-X Shinshin ( prototipo de avión de combate de quinta generación )

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Aunque sea un articulo de fecha pasada, los temas centrales del aporte, son los
desarrollos que parecieran estar obstaculizados por los E.U. para tener sus propios
desarrollo, politica que ahora el Japon ha activado, aun sin el consentimiento expreso
de los Pentagonos.
La realidad, es que si acelerado incorporamiento en la INVESTIGACION Y DESARROLLO,
no tiene parangon, hacia la postura defensiva sostenida por muchos años.
En esta etapa. el actual gobierno ha estimulado como ocurrio antes de la 2 guerra,
a que los industriales aportaran sus propuestas con plena conciencia de su
significado para su identidad nacional. Ahora mas que nunca, el valor, la disciplina
y el constante esfuerzo de gestar y producir calidad efectiva, tendra sus frutos.
No estan en etapa de presumir sus logros, sino en ampliar sus evoluciones hacia
niveles que no les permita detener sus avances.
La transparencia para mostrar el numero de radares enunciados en este articulo, es la pantalla para los lectores externos que monitorean su infraestructura.
Los nuevos dispositivos recien habilitados(los interesados, podran hacer su
propia investigacion), no aparecen en este articulo, y solo sera
identificable en plena operacion efectiva.
La sinergia de algunas tecnologias de los E.U. en este proceso, no vienen a estorbar,
y quizas, para los mismos Gabachos, aprovecharan a los nipones y sus adelantos para su conveniencia.



Japan's indigenous stealth jet prototype 'to fly this year'

Kosuke Takahashi, Tokyo - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
14 April 2014

Japan’s ATD-X is due to fly later in 2014, according to officials. Source: Kosuke Takahashi
Japanese Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera has reaffirmed the nation's plan for a 2014 first flight of the Advanced Technology Demonstrator-X (ATD-X) fighter: a prototype for a future fighter to replace the Japan Air Self-Defence Force's Mitsubishi F-2.

"In February I myself visited at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' (MHI's) Komaki Minami plant where the ATD-X is being built," Onodera told the Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee of the Upper House on 10 April. "There I was briefed that the first flight will take place this year."

The ATD-X, also known as Shinshin ('Heart of God'), is being developed by the ministry's Technical Research and Development Institute (TRDI), with the main contractor of the project being MHI. #66ffff]]It has been designed to be a stealthy air-superiority fighter with enhanced manoeuvrability. The Japanese Ministry of Defence (MoD) will use it to research advanced technologies and system integration, after which it plans to produce a 'sixth-generation' fighter encompassing i3 (informed, intelligent and instantaneous) concepts and counter-stealth capabilities.[/size]

"Originally MHI planned to roll-out the ATD-X before the media in May, soon after Japan's Golden Week holidays, followed by the first test fight," an official at TRDI told IHS Jane's on 15 April. "Now it is several months behind schedule."

Onodera also said in the Diet that the MoD will decide by FY18 whether to build its future stealth fighter domestically or by international joint development, based on parameters such as technological achievements and cost effectiveness.

Japan's plans to develop an 'F-3' from the ADT-X could run into opposition from the United States, however, which has blocked Tokyo's attempts to develop an indigenous fighter in the past.

The 1980s FSX support fighter programme was blocked by Washington, which pressured Tokyo over concerns that the growth of the Japanese aviation industry could damage that of the United States. The pressure eventually led to the co-development of the F-2: a platform based on the Lockheed Martin F-16C.

Officials said that with China and Russia deploying the Chengdu J-20 and Sukhoi PAK-FA T-50 fifth-generation aircraft respectively, Japan's development of a fast stealth fighter is becoming vital to national air defence.

"We know that our 28 radar sites are effective at detecting third- and fourth-generation fighters from a long distance, but with the appearance of fifth-generation fighters we are unsure how they will perform," Lieutenant General Hideyuki Yoshioka, then director of Air Systems Development at the TRDI, told IHS Jane's in November 2011.

The MoD allocated JPY2.7 billion (USD26.5 million) for research on radar and fire control systems able to detect, track and respond to stealth aircraft in FY14.


http://www.janes.com/article/36713/japan-s-indigenous-stealth-jet-prototype-to-fly-this-year

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ATD-X Shinshin aviones caza furtivo japonés listo para el primer vuelo.
Mitsubishi ATD-X Shinshin aviones caza furtivo japonés está listo para su primer vuelo. El ATD-X, conocido en Japón como Shinshin, que significa "espíritu del corazón", es un prototipo de investigación que se utiliza para determinar si las tecnologías domésticas para un caza de quinta generación son viables.

Si tiene éxito, el ATD-X se someterá a un mayor desarrollo y modificaciones en las esperanzas de que conduce a un caza F-3, que entrará en servicio a partir del 2035. El avión experimental está actualmente en desarrollo por el Ministerio de Investigación Técnica de Defensa y el Instituto para el Desarrollo, con Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Japonés firmado como el contratista principal del proyecto.

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Nota protegida:

http://www.infodefensa.com/mundo/2016/02/15/noticia-primer-avion-furtivo-japones-prepara-volar-mismo.html

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Si bien revelan que las pruebas realizadas en el X-2 stealth (furtivo) desde
la version Japonesa de jet sin ser detectado, pareciera que los ejercicios
en los modelos de simuladores, presenta los mismos resultados, que han
considerado muy aceptables, y utilizan la palabra ESTABLES, como si esto
les diera la seguridad de avanzar hacia una fase de Jets de mayor avances.

Si este diseño realmente esta otorgando prestaciones de mantenerse en
el aire si ser detectado segun las tecnologias chinas y norteamericanas en
la region, tendran que reconocer que su desarrollo es real y no de buenas
intenciones. Veremos y diremos!!!!!





Japan's first stealth fighter jet test: 'extremely stable'

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By Thom Patterson, CNN
Updated 0002 GMT (0702 HKT) April 24, 2016



Japan's tests the nation's first stealth technology jet


The X-2 test pilot described the flight as "extremely stable"
It's the latest example of Japan's assertive defense posture
(CNN)Japan joined the exclusive stealth jet club Friday with the successful test flight of its first radar-evading aircraft -- a prototype called the X-2.

The test pilot described the flight as "extremely stable," according to manufacturer Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
The twin-engine jet -- painted in the national red and white colors -- took off from Japan's Nagoya airport and completed various test maneuvers including climbing, descent and circling.

It then touched down at Japan Air Self-Defense Force's Gifu Air Base, Mitsubishi said. The pilot said the flight mirrored simulated training.

The historic event is the latest example of Japan's assertive defense posture in the region, as China's military continues to flex its muscles, with a 7.6% increase in its 2016 defense budget.
Beijing's Shenyang FC-31 fighter jet appears to have stealth characteristics, but few engineering details are known about it. China's fifth-generation twin-engine J-20 fighter is also thought to be a stealthy design and is expected to be fully operational by 2018.
Japan's development of a stealth fighter jet will add another component to an already complicated security environment. World leaders are concerned about tensions on the Korean peninsula and territorial disputes in the sea lanes running south from northern Asia. With all this going on, Washington has to remain mindful that Japan hosts most of the key U.S. forward bases in the region.
Who really invented stealth technology?

The Japanese X-2 that flew Friday "integrates an airframe, engines, and other advanced systems and equipment all adaptable to future fighters" Mitsubishi said.
The engineering of radar-evading stealth technology remains challenging even now, decades after the United States first invented it. Specific surfaces of the planes are designed to absorb radar signals or to deflect radar signals away -- making the aircraft virtually invisible to electronics. Special coatings are applied to exterior surfaces that make the planes even less detectable by devices. The U.S. F-117 Nighthawk (no longer in service), B-2 Spirit bomber, F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II fighters all have stealth designs.

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/04/23/asia/japan-first-stealth-fighter-jet-airplane/

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