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Estonia’s defence minister Kalle Laanet gave the opening speech at Tangent Link’s recent EW Live event in Tartu, southern Estonia.

On the Frontline

Amid the apparatus, antennas and drones at the year’s EW Live exhibition in Tartu, southern Estonia, delegates enjoyed a speech from the country’s defence...

To Kill a Drone

Rantelon demonstrates the company’s drone jamming system at Tangent Link’s recent EW Live event in Tartu, southern Estonia. As a prelude to Tangent Link’s EW...
Wolfhound (US DOD)

The Afghan Sigs (Part 2)

Our first article examined the fallout from the capture of US-supplied military radios by insurgents in Afghanistan. This article looks at COMINT capabilities active...
MRZR IVAS Bloodhound Vehicle_CC licensed 2019_PEO C3T

Military Communications Advance for PPM Systems with New Trival Antennas and Masts

Military applications requiring antennas that operate in the lower frequency bands now have wider options for equipment following PPM Systems’ new agreement to distribute...
Loyal Wingman (Boeing)

In Search of a Role?

The US Subcommittee on Tactical Air and Land Forces has asked the USAF to assess the feasibility of the Next Generation Jammer for its...
BlackFish (Horizon Technologies)

Fish with Chips

In early August, Horizon Technologies launched its BlackFish Signals Intelligence system. The company is known for its FlyingFish Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) products. Like FlyingFish,...
Admiral Ronarc'h class

Zut Alors!

The French Navy’s new frigates will enter service with a reduced electronic warfare fit. News emerged in the French media this July that the Marine...

ARM for TFX

Turkey is joining the select club of nations building their own anti-radiation missiles. Early July saw reports that Roketsan has developed the Akbaba (Vulture)...

German Bite

The German Navy looks set to purchase new vessels to support signals intelligence gathering. In late June Germany’s parliamentary defence committee cleared a planned acquisition...

Guardrail Goodbye

At fifty years old, the US Army’s Guardrail series of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) aircraft are looking at a well-deserved retirement. The Guardrail concept employed a...

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