Special Ops Command Seeks Ideas for AM/FM Radio Override Tech

OnAirMicrophoneU.S. Special Operations Command has asked industry to submit ideas for a radio broadcast system intended search for and acquire every AM and FM station in a specific area, then broadcast a message to that location via the acquired stations.

The command intends to identify all domestic and international businesses that could provide the technology prior to conducting a foreign comparative test, according to an Aug. 19 FedBizOpps notice.

USSOCOM wants interested businesses to propose a non-developmental, multi-frequency, simultaneous over-broadcast system that has demonstrated a technology readiness level of eight or higher.

Responses to the request for information are due at 8:00 a.m. Eastern time on Sept. 20.

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