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NEMO Compact COMINT System

Finding NEMO

Plath showcases its NEMO compact COMINT system at the EW Live exhibition in Tartu, Estonia. Captain Nemo was the hero of Jules Vernes’ two literary...

Viper-Active

L3Harris takes another stride forward with its electronic warfare offerings for F-16 Fighting Falcon series combat aircraft. The company produces the AN/ALQ-211(V) Integrated Self-Defence...
ComDart-IAI-1

Smart Dart

Israel Aerospace Industries has launched a new airborne COMINT system which uses innovative Vector Sensing Antenna techniques to find emitters. Launched in mid-February the EL/K-7065VU...
Falcon-2000LXS-Albatross-(Dassault)-1

ESM Extravaganza

The French Navy may need up to $100 million of electronic warfare equipment to equip maritime surveillance and patrol aircraft over the coming decade. Sharing...
WPU-2000

New ELINT Receiver

Rohde and Schwarz unveils its new WPU-2000 Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) receiver. The WPU-2000 detects transmissions from 20 megahertz/MHz to 18 gigahertz/GHz. These frequencies can be...
Cluster-2-(Hawkeye-360)

Space for Growth

One year after launching its first three RF sensing and geolocation satellites, Hawkeye 360 is planning a major enlargement of its constellation. Hawkeye 360...
Practical-ESM-Analysis

Interview – Understanding the Parameters

Renowned EW expert Dr. Sue Robertson recently published a book examining electronic support measures. She shares her thoughts on this, and the challenges of...
Backpack-CUAV-CerbAir

Rogue Drone

Electronic warfare is central to the approach taken by French Counter-Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle (CUAV) specialists CerbAir. CerbAir CUAV systems The firm, based just outside Paris, has...
MQ-1C-Grey-Eagle-(US-Army)

Eagle Gets Electro

The US Army is contemplating updating its General Atomics MQ-1C Grey Eagle medium-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicles with new signals intelligence systems. The move...
USAF EC-130H aircraft

Above Average Intelligence

The radio portion of the electromagnetic spectrum is becoming an increasingly crowded place, with civilian and military communications, and radar, all increasingly squeezing available...

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