O que tinha lido anteriormente era que iriam deslocar cerca de 9.000 ton. Quanto ao SPY-7 vai ser instalado nas CSC canadianas e nas F110 espanholas — dificilmente um radar terrestre! Os primos têm que aprender a diversificar as suas fontes e melhorar a interpretação dos textos, já que não há a 15.000 ton. no texto japonês. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/37410/japan-considers-building-two-super-sized-destroyers-as-an-alternative-to-aegis-ashore
On 19 December 2017, the Cabinet of Japan approved a plan to purchase two Aegis Ashore systems equipped with the AN/SPY-7(V)1, based on Lockheed Martin's LRDR to increase Japan’s self-defence capability against North Korea, using SM-3 Block IIA missiles, and also could work with SM-6 interceptors capable of shooting down cruise missiles. The installation sites are at a Ground Self-Defense Force training area in Araya District, Akita Prefecture and the Mutsumi training area in Hagi, Yamaguchi Prefecture.On 15 June 2020, Japanese Defense Minister Tarō Kōno announced that work had been halted on the deployment of the system because additional costs would be needed to ensure that residential buildings would not be hit by rocket boosters used to launch the missiles. Later in the month Japan’s National Security Council confirmed the cancellation of the plan. On 23 September 2020, Lockheed Martin commented that it'll be expensive to potentially covert the AA system for maritime use since a revamp in the design is required.
Some funding for the two additional destroyers will be allocated from the fiscal year 2021 budget, Nikkei Asia reports, although additional costs will be involved in modifying the AN/SPY-7 for installation on warships. It is important to note that Lockheed Martin is already supplying versions of this radar for the future Canadian Surface Combatant, a class of ships based on the BAE Systems Type 26 frigate design, and Spain’s forthcoming F110 class frigates, both of which are smaller than the proposed destroyer Japan is now considering building.
Obviamente há diferenças, que devem passar, sobretudo, pelos requisitos eléctricos — por exemplo, a “voltagem” dos sistemas eléctricos AC em navios são muito superiores aos dos congéneres terrestres. Mas as alterações necessárias, quaisquer sejam elas, não implicam um deslocamento de 15.000 toneladas. Isso não passa de pura especulação do “primo”.PS: devias querer dizer fases, não?
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