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Navy Researchers Seek Ideas for ‘Next-Gen’ Electronic Warfare Tech

NavyC4ISRThe Office of Naval Research is asking industry to submit ideas for new electronic warfare technologies in areas such as threat warning systems and C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance).

ONR is seeking to further development work on the next generation of EW tools through the Electronic Warfare Technology program and bring fundamental change to EW operations for the Navy, Marine Corps and joint service organizations, ONR said in a Dec. 18 FedBizOpps notice.

Areas of interest listed in the presolitication notice also include radio frequency, millimeter wave, electronic warfare subsystem demonstrators, EW antennas and W-band transmitters.

Navy researchers also aim to develop technologies for electronic protection of U.S. weapons from both intentional and unintentional interference.

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