• Jordan, Kuwait to bolster radar networks

    Jordan will receive two long-range radars and upgrades for three of its existing ones, while Kuwait is also looking for a long-range radar and six shorter-range ones, it was revealed on 13 October. The Jordanian acquisition was revealed by the US Department of Defense (DoD) when it announced that

  • Ultra Electronics showcases CombatConnect soldier data and power system

    Ultra Electronics displayed its CombatConnect dismounted soldier power and data system at the Association of the US Army (AUSA) annual convention in Washington in October 2016. The system is the basis for the company's proposal for the power and data elements of Project VIRTUS, the UK MoD's

  • Analysis: Mystery of the Red Sea missiles continues

    ANALYSIS It is still unclear what missiles and target acquisition systems the Yemeni rebels are using. AFP cited an unidentified senior defence official as saying they are believed to have a type of the Chinese-made C-802 anti-ship missiles. That could be interpreted as a reference to Iran's Noor

  • Cobham commences delivery of AV2140-1 SATCOM system

    Cobham Integrated Electronic Solutions (IES) is now delivering initial production orders for the on-the-move AV2140-1 satellite communications (SATCOM) and line-of-sight (LOS) antenna developed by Trivec-Avant, its wholly owned subsidiary. The company displayed the antenna at the Association of the

  • AUSA 2016: Northrop Grumman leverages C-IED technology for non-kinetic C-UAS

    Northrop Grumman has been testing a counter unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS) capability that uses a mobile acoustic sensor to detect Group 1 UAS along with a radio-frequency negation system that delivers a non-kinetic, selective electronic attack to those UAS. The company's Mobile Application for

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  • Euronaval 2016: Thales unveils NS200 extended range radar

    Key Points NS200 builds on the NS100, but increases the number of transmit and receive modules, and uses more powerful GaN technology A first-of-class radar has already commenced testing Thales Nederland has expanded its naval radar portfolio with the introduction of a new member of its dual-axis