DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

Beitrag von JaBoG32_Marsy » 18. Jan 2018, 12:52

Die Vermutung wurde im ED Forum auch schon angestellt.
Nick hat allerdings geschrieben, dass sie noch kein Release Canidate an ED geschickt haben.
Erst wenn das passiert ist, wird über Preorder und EA Beginn nachgedacht und natürlich auch mit dem passenden Abstand zu den anderen Modulen eingepasst.
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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

Beitrag von JaBoG32_Marsy » 1. Apr 2018, 12:50

Wieder ein paar Neuigkeiten zur Tomcat:
https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=205587

Schön dass sich direkt um eine SRS Integration gekümmert wird.
Heißt für mich aber auch dass UR funktionieren müsste - basieren ja beide auf den Exports.
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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

Beitrag von JaBoG32T_Wattl » 13. Apr 2018, 13:20

Hier was zur Navigation: https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=206097

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

Beitrag von JaBoG32T_Wattl » 22. Apr 2018, 17:40

Hier was zum schmökern: http://cvw-8.org/f14resource

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

Beitrag von JaBoG32_SNAFU » 22. Apr 2018, 19:00

Cool Danke und Grüße aus dem Busch. Ein Stachelschwein ist gestern mit meinem Buch abgehauen. (Die Viecher sind echte Messis und sammeln einfach alles.) So habe ich was zu lesen.

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

Beitrag von JaBoG32_SNAFU » 8. Mai 2018, 18:40

Dauert wohl noch 2 Wochen.

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

Beitrag von JaBoG32T_Wattl » 15. Mai 2018, 19:43

Grad was interessantes zum KI-RIO (Jester) aufgestöbert:

Originally Posted by BlackLion213 View Post
I somehow missed this post and had to finish planting some trees this afternoon.

In any case, players will be able to proficiently operate the weapon systems from the pilot seat only with the help of Jester. Jester is actually very useful even at this stage and things are working better than I expected.

At current state, the F-14 module is fully combat capable with all A-A weapons without the need to enter the RIO seat. There are several more features coming, but currently Jester has a solid breadth of functions: target spotting, target ID using IFF and the TCS, electronic emissions/RWR reports, ability to STT targets (pilot specifies which targets), manages chaff and ECM (once ECM is implemented), and can assist with functions like aircraft start-up (coaching the pilot in addition to performing the RIO component of aircraft cold start).

For BVR with AIM-54s, Jester currently uses TWS auto, but IFFs targets (which helps TWS auto properly sort targets). This allows pilots to employ the AIM-54 very effectively and you can see on the TID repeater which targets are the priority, which have AIM-54s inbound, and which targets had missile misses. With the AIM-54, the pilot can also request a STT lock which adds more range to a launch. This current arrangement works pretty well, but more functionality is planned to support multi-aircraft engagements and maximize effectiveness.

For AIM-7s, the pilot has a few options: he can request a STT lock from Jester via the menu or employ the pilots auto acquisition modes for the radar. These are PAL, VSL, and PLM. PAL is a horizontal scan mode with 10 nm and is the most handy for AIM-7 employment against bandits when time is tight. PLM has less range, but is more focused (better for grabbing a specific target if you can see it) and VSL is a vertical scan mode used for ACM. These modes really complement Jester since they allow you to rapidly acquire a target if you don't have time to ask Jester for STT. Between these modes and Jester's skills, employing the AIM-7 in the Tomcat is no harder than the F-15C imho.

For ACM, there is the gun and AIM-9s - using these is similar to other DCS aircraft. Jester proves to be very handy for spotting targets and keeping your 6 clear. He also manages chaff (pilot manages flares) and tells you if an enemy missile or SAM is inbound, plus notifies you of missile misses and successful missile hits against your targets. For ACM encounters, Jester is quite mature and functions very well. There are more functions planned for BVR, but you can comfortable go 1v2 or even 1v4 against Soviet fighters right now with the current functions.

Jester will never be as good as a human RIO (servers would be silly to deactivate him - basically the same as saying "no Tomcats allowed"), but single player employment of the Tomcat's impressive capabilities will be very feasible. Things work well now and will only improve as we more towards EA (and probably still improve after).

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Re: DCS: F-14 TOMCAT

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