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Leonardo has enjoyed significant success with its GRIFFO radar family, and is planning further evolutions of this product. (Photo: Leonardo)

Leonardo’s GRIFFO fighter fire control radar series being enhanced with new mechanically-scanned & AESA variants

ARTHUR and the GIRAFFE radar families are produced at Saab’s Gothenburg premises. Several of the company's most advanced radar and sensor systems are produced there. Saab’s recent radar orders has included the sale of the advanced GlobalEye airborne surveillance solution to the United Arab Emirates and an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) X-band fighter array to the US government. The Sea GIRAFFE naval radar is currently selected for six US ship classes. The UK recently became the largest operator of Saab’s GIRAFFE radar and extended the support for ARTHUR. GIRAFFE 4A is a multi-function radar that gives the user a range of capabilities, one system can be used for air surveillance and air defence as well as warning and artillery locating tasks. It is a digital multi-channel system featuring AESA technology based on gallium nitride (GaN). (Image: Saab)

Saab Receives Swedish Order

USN Next Generation Jammer-Low Band – Demonstration of Existing Technologies

Effective, Alternative Detection Capabilities

The Viasat MBR-4020 is designed to fit seamlessly into Viasat's Hybrid Adaptive Network SATCOM architecture concept, which will conceptually allow users to seamlessly operate across commercial and government purpose-built SATCOM networks, such as WGS, creating an end-to-end network that provides mitigation against congestion situations, intentional and unintentional interference sources and cyber threats through implementation of layered resiliency in highly contested environments. (Image: Viasat) Viasat Inc., a global communications company, today announced its Mobile Broadband Router (MBR)-4020 airborne modem has successfully completed the US Army Forces Strategic Command (ARSTRAT) certification process. By completing the certification, the Viasat MBR-4020 modem is now authorised to operate on the Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) network, which will significantly reduce overall satellite communications (SATCOM) costs for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) customers and very important person special airlift mission (VIPSAM) aircraft.

Viasat's Military-Grade Airborne Modem Achieves Authorisation to Operate Across Government Satellite Communications Networks

CAPTOR-E in IPA-5 TYPHOON. (All Photos: Jon Lake)

TYPHOON CAPTOR-E AESA radar programme progressing remarkably well

Responsible for All Aspects of Support and Sustainment of 16-Aircraft Fleet

$495 Million Purchase Enhances Portfolio

Company to Develop Data-Driven Algorithms to Decipher Signals

Northrop Grumman Announces Next Generation Jammer-Low Band Team

Broadly speaking, civilian communications are performed in a three megahertz/MHz to five gigahertz/GHz waveband. This encompasses high frequency radio (three megahertz/MHz to 30MHz) and Very/Ultra High Frequency (V/UHF) communications across a 30MHz to three gigahertz waveband. Further up the spectrum, several commercial Satellite Communications (SATCOM) providers like Thuraya, Iridium, INMARSAT/ISatPhone and LightSquared/Ligado use wavebands of 1.525GHz to 1.646GHz. Meanwhile, cellular protocols such as LTE (Long Term Evolution) employ frequencies from circa 460MHz to 5.8GHz, while GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) uses frequencies of 900MHz to 1.9GHz. Whenever someone uses a communications device they announce their presence. This is because their equipment transmits RF (Radio Frequency) energy. In the counter-insurgency context, COMINT serves two purposes

Private-sector provision of airborne ISR quietly booming in North Africa

MF Gateway leverages work conducted by Systematic in conjunction with the Australian Army’s Land Network Integration Centre (LNIC). That project saw a VMF Capability Technology Demonstrator (CTD) established and which could move information between SitaWare Headquarters and a number of the Australian Army’s systems.systematic developed a new Variable Message Format (VMF) Gateway for its SitaWare Headquarters command-and-control (C2) software

Provides interoperability between VMF & other communications standards

Companies Will Address Korean IFF Requirement

Rockwell Collins DIGAR Will Provide High Protection Levels

$36 Million Each to L3 and Northrop Grumman to Evaluate Existing Technologies

First Exposure of SDAR Airborne Radio in Asia

RS-MITCOS to bid for the Bundeswehr’s Digitisation of Land-based Operations (D-LBO) programme, which supersedes two previous projects, the Mobile taktische Kommunikation (MoTaKo) and Mobiler taktischer Informationsverbund (MoTIV). D-LBO is the Bundeswehr’s premier modernisation project, which will result in the future digital command system of the German Army. Rheinmetall and Rohde & Schwarz – two of Germany’s most prominent and most globally-minded companies active in the defence and security domains – announced their joint venture RRS-MITCOS Rheinmetall - Rohde & Schwarz - Military IT and Communications Solutions GmbH Digitisation will encompass every aspect of Bundeswehr combat and support activity, from armoured and logistics vehicles to integration of communications for small infantry units. (Photo

RRS-MITCOS: Rheinmetall and Rohde & Schwarz Join Forces 

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