C4iSR: Maritime

New details emerge on Nulka ADAP programme

13 March 2018

Key Points

  • The Nulka Advanced Decoy Architecture Program payload upgrade is intended to field an improved decoy as a rapid deployment capability
  • Harris has been funded by the US NRL to develop the payload

New information has been disclosed on the development and accelerated acquisition of an updated electronic seduction payload developed by Harris for the Australian/US Nulka active offboard decoy system.

The payload upgrade effort, known as the Advanced Decoy Architecture Program (ADAP), is intended to field an improved Nulka decoy in the US Navy (USN) as a rapid deployment capability (RDC) to “address the advanced anti-ship missile threat”.

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