TYPE 2050 ACTIVE SONAR

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  1. Hi:
    I'm a student from the chilean navy and I'm looking to get acquainted with this new sonar, mounted in type 22 and type 23 frigates. Does anybody know where can I specific information about it?
     
  2. Yes get yourself on a Chiliean Navy course. Then if you have the right clearance you will get all the info you need. Until then just be aware that most of the people on this forum are subject to the official secrets act and as such would be ill advised to discuss such issues at all let alone via the internet
     
  3. It could be described as "the machine that goes PINNNNNNGG!"
     

  4. Has Sam the Man returned ....but in Chile this time?
     
  5. oww gawd please no
     
  6. Have you tried watching a film called the Cruel Sea it will tell you all you need to know about Sonar....provided of course you can get it with Chilean subtitles!!!

    Its the bit with the Senior Rate.....PiiiiingA....PiiiingA.....PiiiiingA....stop that laughing!!!
     
  7. Try e mailing the manufacturers.
     
  8. Warmonger wrote: Its the bit with the Senior Rate.....PiiiiingA....PiiiingA.....PiiiiingA....stop that laughing!!!

    Any relation to Pingu?

    SF
     
  9. Oh I know this subject very well!

    Tell you want, join the RN, get your fine self on a UW type course and eventually you will be sent on a PJT and learn all about this.

    Hint; the units are bloody freezing but iwll keep you awake!

    p.s. Type 2050 medium-range bow-mounted active / passive search and attack sonar and Ultra Electronics, slighty similar to the USN's 53C sonar but that's public knowledge as far as I know.
     
  10. the_matelot

    the_matelot War Hero Moderator

    I'm locking this thread as I do not want anyone unwittingly breaking the Offical Secrets Act. And that includes the divulgence of restricted information.
     
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