RVV-MD – is a new Russian short-range AAM. The abbreviation means in Russian literally 'a missile air-to-air of the short range'. It was presented first time this summer in MAKS-2009 Air Show in Zhukovsky, near
. It's intended for high-maneuverable combat and can hit both fixed-wing and rotor-wing aircrafts from any direction at day or night and despite heavy jamming. Its maximal range is Moscow 40 km (R-73E has 30 km). IR sensor is 2-color, +-60 deg angle of seeking (R-73E has +-45 deg) . The maneuver control is aero- and gas-dynamical. The maximal AoA of this missiles is significantly higher than of R-73E. It can hit targets maneuvering with 12 G. Besides MiG-29/35 and Su-27/30/35 families the missile can equip Su-25 , Yak-130, helos and other different planes.
RVV-SD - is a new Russian medium-range AAM. The abbreviation means in Russian literally 'a missile air-to-air of the medium range'. Like RVV-MD, it was presented first time this summer in MAKS-2009 Air Show in Zhukovsky, near
. It's intended for destroying all types of aircrafts, helos and cruise missiles. Maximal range – Moscow 110 km (RVV-AE - 80 km), minimal – 0.3 km. Target altitude 0.02 – 25 km. Fuse – laser and contact. Warhead – multi-cumulative rods, 22.5 kg. Mass – 190 kg. Length – 3.71 m. Diameter – 0.2 m. Wingspan – 0.42 m. Maximal target maneuvering – 12G. Can hit the planes and helos from any direction. The guiding system is inertial on the middle course with radio-correction and an active radar seeker before hit. The missile is built on the fire-and-forget principal and simultaneously attacking mode. MiG and Sukhoi fighters can be equipped with this missile. The missile is more jamming-proof than RVV-AE.
R-27EP1 – is a new R-27 variant, displayed on MAKS-2009 too. It has a more energetic engine and a passive radar. Maximal Range at the front hemisphere - 110 km (R-27P1 - 72 km). Target altitude - 0.02 - 20 km. Warhead weight - 39 kg. Weight - 346 kg (R-27P1 - 248 kg). Lenght - 4.75 m, Diameter - 0.23 m.