Pakistani Armed Drone Burraq Detailed Videos

It is an old news but as you know it is very hard to find some good quality images or videos related to our military equipment I fortunatly found couple of videos.

Official Pakistani Videos

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2jr9lw_pakistan-successfully-tests-first-armed-drone-burraq_creation

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Chinese Detailed Videos

1- Short VIdeo

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2m0g1c_pakistan-burraq-uav-chinese-version-ch-3-short-video_tech

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2 - Long Video

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2m0gg6

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Some Images

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Any technical details?

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Any technical details?

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Main Components

EO/IR

ZUMR-1

http://www.gids.com.pk/defence-english.pdf

Engine

Rotax 912 100 hp (75 kW) from Austria
Same Engine used in American MQ-1 predator drone

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotax_912

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Missile

AR-1 (Burq)
The AR-1 is reportedly another development of the HJ-10. It is a missile specifically designed to be carried by unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAV), such as the CH-3, which was unveilled at the 7th Zhuhai Airshow held at the end of 2008, when the AR-1 also made its debut. The AR-1 is similar in size to the HJ/AKD-10, but differs in shape. The diameter of the AR-1 is the same throughout its entire length. Two sets of control surfaces of the AR-1 are placed further apart, as opposed to immediately right next to each other in the case of the HJ/AKD-10. Instead of having a much larger set than the other, the sizes of two sets of control surfaces of the AR-1 are similar. The set of control surfaces at the front is swept instead of trapezoid-shaped like in the HJ/AKD-10, and they are closer to the tip of the missile. Although the developer has claimed that the AR-1 can be armed with several types of seekers, such as TV, Imaging IR (ImIR), and semi-active laser homing, only the TV guided version was shown to the public. The AR-1 cannot be guided by MMW radar, as many internet claims had erroneously reported, because the radars are too heavy to be carried by UAVs. Despite the developer's claim that the AR-1 can adopt different guidance systems, only one type of guidance has been confirmed, which is a combination of inertial guidance + satellite guidance (GPS was shown during its debut). Specifications of the AR-1 are:

  • Speed: 1.1 Mach
  • Weight: 45 kg (99 lb)
  • Warhead: 10 kg (22 lb)
  • Range: up to 10 km (6.2 mi)
  • Guidance: inertial + satellite guidance
  • Armor penetration: > 1,000 mm (39 in)

The AR-1 can be used against various targets from individual soldiers to tanks and small boats. At the 7th Zhuhai Airshow where the AR-1 made its debut, it was not displayed as an independent exhibit, but as a subsystem of the CH-3 UCAV (CH: Cai-Hong, meaning rainbow), whose developer is not the same as that who developed the AR-1 and thus could not provide many details about the AR-1. However, the developer of the AR-1, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASTC) has claimed that the AR-1 missile can also be carried by platforms other than a UCAV. Staff of the CH-3 UCAV developer claimed the AR-1 can be armed with various warheads for different missions, but since the AR-1 was not their product, they did not know the exact types of warheads that have been developed. Judging from its appearance, it is safe to assume that the warhead arming the AR-1 is similar to that of the AKD-10.