if the antenna isn't roll-stabilazed, the "antenna direction symbol" moves as Lock OnDilbert said:I think that the animation could still appear the same, regardless whether the antenna is roll-stabilized or not. The antenna symbol in the HUD shows only its angular aiming direction, and the roll angle of the aircraft - not the antenna's own roll angle, independent of the aircraft roll angle.
I think maximum 5-6 sec.You're right, my mistake - so now mrdetonator should check to see if MiG-29 can hold lock on targets, while flying upside-down for more than 12 seconds?
I don't knowThere's another problem when flying inverted for extended time - I think that the accumulator fuel tank in modern jets only works upside-down for some seconds, no?
A switch is used when you have a lot of jamming signals and not on all aircrafts ( Mig's ....SU-27 doesn't have it at all) And we don't know whether exectly this guard horn is disable.There are some other differences. If I understand correctly, in Russian aircraft the guard horn significantly decreases the maximum detection range, so there is a switch in the cockpit to use or not use it, as necessary. I never heard of such a switch in the Western cockpit.