|Does this mean that Wedgetail is back on track?:
Radar test performance boosts Wedgetail programme
Trials of the Royal Australian Air Force's (RAAF's) Wedgetail airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft proved generally satisfactory during a recent air-defence exercise, although effort was required for the capability to reach operational requirements, sources close to the programme have told Jane's . The operational utility demonstration (OUD) undertaken during Exercise 'Arnhem Thunder', held in the Northern Territory from late April to mid-May, involved six sorties from Darwin by a single Wedgetail aircraft to test its multirole electronically scanned array (MESA) radar
[first posted to http://jdw.janes.com - 28 May 2009]
Or does this mean that the Wedgetail was operating:
a) With some electronics switched off to avoid whatever electro magnetic interference that is the problem ... perhaps with only the radar ...
b) With some "integration"/single integrated picture software not operating or integrated ...