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Torn Asunder

Armada continues its open-source analysis of Russian land forces’ electronic warfare capabilities deployed to the Ukraine theatre of operations, this month examining the Torn...

Don’t Believe the Hype

The performance of the Russian Army’s Repellent-1 counter-UAV system maybe greatly exaggerated according to Armada’s latest analysis. Pity the poor Russian Electronic Warfare (EW) cadre....

Fuchs Bows Out

The Koninklijke Landmacht (Dutch Army) is to acquire new Electronic Warfare (EW) vehicles, the country’s defence ministry has announced. The plans revealed in late...

Sensing Trouble

A new research initiative will examine both countermeasures against 5G-based passive sensing and general applications of 5G passive sensing technology. Dr. Christos Ilioudis is a...
Russian EW system attack (Twitter)

Rah, Rah, Rash Putin?

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24th February, Armada will provide continually updated coverage of Russian electronic warfare efforts as the conflict unfolds. Author’s Note...

Russian Radiation

Any future invasion of Ukraine will see the Russian Army manoeuvring aggressively in the electromagnetic spectrum against a Ukrainian Army knowing what to expect. “Music,...

Difficult Questions

Artificial intelligence is a growing reality in electronic warfare. Its uptake poses some ethical conundrums that will need to be tackled. “This is why no...

China Crisis

Two recent reports evaluate China’s electronic warfare capabilities and their implication for Asia-Pacific security. The US Department of Defence’s (DOD) annual report to Congress on...

Mind The Gap

The French Air and Space Force will retire its two C-160G SIGINT planes next year. Will this cause a shortfall in strategic/operational SIGINT collection? Both...

Let’s Be Careful Up There!

October’s EW Europe conference included presentations and discussions on how NATO sees aircraft integrated self-defence systems developing in the coming years. Aircraft survivability was a...

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