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EA is an advanced digital radio frequency memory jammers that renders ordinary radars to an almost obsolete state.
The multi-frequency jammer systems based on DRFM technology (DRFM = Digital Radio Frequency Memory) simulate electronic jamming attacks, with the help of which, for example, processes can be developed to protect aircraft from radar-guided missile attacks.
The AIDEWS pod is currently the only digital radio frequency memory-based electronic warfare pod certified to F-16 basic aircraft limits, including requirements for lightning protection.
ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) has definitized a $54 million Foreign Military Sales (FMS) contract to provide the Pakistan Air Force with modern, digital radio frequency memory-based jamming pods.
Additionally, Kratos is a leading provider of related Digital Radio Frequency Memory (DRFM) products and technology in support of the Electronic Warfare mission
Attendees will hear first-hand insight on topics including physical layer (D-PHY and M-PHY), low latency (LLI), camera (CSI-2), display (DSI), digital radio frequency (DigRF(SM)), and UniPro(SM) interfaces.
NYSE:A) today announced the industry's first digital radio frequency (DigRF) V4 test solution with dual-capture capability.
Other programs, such as the F-12, digital radio frequency memory (DRFM), directed-energy systems (e.