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BAE | Contracts - Awards | ECM | New Systems Tech | Protective Systems - Aircraft | R&D - Contracted | Radars | USA

BAE Gets $6.9M in Research Funds to Neutralize Radars

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BAE Systems Information and Electronic Warfare Systems in Nashua, NH, is being awarded a $6.9 million cost-plus fixed-fee contract to provide affordable technologies for "airspace buyback". This actually involves detecting, locating, identifying, and jamming multiple advanced radars at long range. The idea is to create a receiver technology that will be retrofittable and transitionable to all current and future combat and support aircraft and helicopters with Radar Warning Receiver, Electronic Support Measures, Electronic Countermeasures, or Electronic Intelligence systems. ...

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