Mercury Systems announced the launch of its JTS0100 Jammer Training System on 13 April.
Ideal for training radar and communications operators in harsh environments, and sized to meet commercial shipping limitations for enhanced portability, coupled with the ability to set up in less than an hour, the JTS0100 simulates the latest EW threats to train operators to identify and quickly respond to them.
“Radar and communications operators must be able to rapidly recognize and react to the latest electronic attack [EA] methods in order to keep pace with growing near-peer threats,” explained Mark Bruington, VP/GM, Mercury Spectrum Systems. “Our purpose-built JTS0100 system incorporates advanced digital RF memory (DRFM) technology and a library of US government-validated, reconfigurable jamming and deception threats for accurate and scalable training. By leveraging advanced training systems that accurately mimic the adversary’s jamming and deception capabilities, operators can better prepare for success in contested environments.”
The rugged, flexible JTS0100 system includes a human-machine interface subsystem for greater operator control and adaptability, an advanced spectrum processing unit for signal tracking and modification, plus antennas for signal reception and amplification. Based on Mercury’s field-proven airborne EA/EW training subsystem, with hundreds of units previously deployed, the JTS0100 system offers customers a complete, out-of-the box real-world testing and training solution.