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Lockheed to Develop Battlefield Wireless Detection, Jamming Capabilities

A Lockheed Martin-led team will develop technology for detecting and jamming threatening wireless communications on the battlefield for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

The contract is for phase I of the BLADE, behavioral learning for adaptive electronic warfare, program. The team led by Lockheed’s advanced technology laboratories will develop a system architecture and algorithms to detect and characterize radio frequency threats, optimize jamming techniques and assess battle damage.

Lockheed received a 15-month, $5.9 million contract for the work.

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