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Next Generation Jammer

Designed for capability growth, sustainability, and affordability

Raytheon's Next Generation Jammer solution was selected by the U.S. Navy in 2013 to replace the legacy ALQ-99 systems used on the EA-18G airborne electronic attack aircraft. In 2016, the U.S. Navy awarded Raytheon a $1B Next Generation Jammer Engineering and Manufacturing Development contract.

Raytheon's NGJ solution will provide innovative airborne electronic attack and jamming capabilities.

Increasingly complex threats require airborne electronic attack to be more sophisticated than ever, providing greater precision, power, reactive speed and directivity. Raytheon's NGJ will integrate the most advanced electronic attack technology into the EA-18G to ensure superior mission performance.

Built with a combination of high-powered, agile beam-jamming techniques, and cutting-edge solid-state electronics, our NGJ systems will meet the U.S. Navy's current mission needs while providing a cost-effective open systems architecture for future upgrades. The proven expertise we bring to the NGJ effort will yield a low-risk, highly reliable baseline solution with opportunities for growth on additional manned and unmanned platforms.

Building on a strong history of creating and integrating advanced solutions for the warfighter, Raytheon's NGJ effort will produce the most reliable, dependable and affordable system to deny, degrade and disrupt threats while protecting U.S. and coalition forces.

News Releases

The U.S. Navy awards Raytheon $1B Next Generation Jammer Engineering and Manufacturing Development contract

Next Generation Jammer completes Preliminary Design Review milestone

Next Generation Jammer prototype powers through critical test

Raytheon successfully demonstrates complex, integrated electronic warfare capabilities during prototype flight tests

Raytheon establishes new electronic warfare mission area

US Navy confirms its selection of Raytheon for Next Generation Jammer Electronic Warfare Program

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