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Contracts - Awards | New Systems Tech | R&D - Contracted | UAVs | USA

$5.1M for Research into LMSJ Jamming Systems

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BAE Systems Information and Electronic Warfare (EW) Systems in Nashua, NH is being awarded a $5.1 million cost-plus fixed-fee contract modification to provide for additional work for the Lightweight Modular Support Jammer (LMSJ) 2005 Congressional Plus Up Program. The LMSJ is intended to produce a compact new technology high power jamming system which would permit the easy integration of jamming packages with varying levels of aggregate power output and band coverage. The result would be a family of jamming modules suitable for installation in manned aircraft, but also UAVs - in effect a LEGO jammer....

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