The Tern program plans to build a medium-altitude, long-endurance UAS that doesn’t need an aircraft carrier for take-off.
All-optical systems potentially offer increased data transfer rates and better security while avoiding the crowded electromagnetic spectrum.
The company will produce pre-production units of its advances radar warning receiver and electronic warfare management system for aircraft.
New satellite router boards for field use are about the size of an iPad, more battery-efficient and can handle high data rates.
The Basic School for new officers is adding a course on the RQ-11B Raven, a small, lightweight system that can provide ISR in the field.
The user friendly, mobile battlefield command and control tool gets a workout during NIE exercises at Fort Bliss.
T2C2, now a program of record, takes portable battlefield communications from kilobits to megabits per second.
The retaliatory move comes in the wake of U.S. rejection of Russian GLONASS monitoring stations, but will have little effect on GPS users.