Strength Across The Spectrum
Turn the lights out on your enemy. Operate unimpeded in the modern threat environment. To do that, you need to control the electromagnetic spectrum.
Electronic warfare uses focused energy, usually radio waves or laser light, to confuse or disable an enemy's electronics. It can also involve listening —collecting an enemy's radio signals or sensing the radar of an incoming missile.
For more than 50 years, our jammers, decoys and other electronic warfare products have earned a worldwide reputation for performance and reliability.
Today, we're pioneering new technologies, like gallium nitride, and giving our warfighters a strategic advantage by providing them with low risk, modular, open architecture that can be easily adapted and upgraded. We are developing tactical lasers, the Next Generation Jammer and other weapons, along with electrical systems capable of powering whatever innovations the future holds.
Learn about our major programs:
AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC ATTACK
Advanced electronic attack solutions deliver non-kinetic and digital effects while providing a cloak of protection for platforms. Systems such as NGJ and MALD are designed for capability growth, sustainability and affordability.
RADAR WARNING RECEIVERS
Mission computers are the brains of the aircraft. Secure mission computers control the mission, keeping pilots safe.
ELECTRONIC WARFARE BATTLE MANAGEMENT
Electronic warfare battle management enable services to visualize the invisible. EWPMT cuts through the clutter to navigate and control the electromagnetic spectrum.
Electronic Warfare Resources