Raytheon is investigating ways to bring speed-of-light power to electronic warfare systems.
A forensic investigation concludes that a Russian "electronic bomb" attack on a U.S. Navy ship was nothing more than information warfare.
The Navy is enhancing its infrared missile warning system with upgraded hostile fire sensors and laser jamming capabilities.
The Army’s Rapid Equipping Force is developing and testing a wave relay system to connect underground forces with above ground commanders.
Short range air defense capabilities will be added to the counter-fire and counter-drone surveillance functions of the Army’s Lockheed AN/TPQ-53 counter-fire radar system.
The upcoming engineering work corresponds to ongoing development of the USS Zumwalt’s new computer system called Total Ship Computing Environment.
The latest Navy unmanned surface counter-mine system will begin developmental testing with plans to integrate enhanced minehunting sonar technology.
The Air Force has begun a pilot program that uses infrared sensors and wireless cell phone technologies to secure base perimeters.