DSEI 2021: K-CEMA Neo to make its debut
Kirintec is using DSEI on 14-17 September to debut a new addition to its portfolio of systems for cyber and electromagnetic activities (CEMA).
The lightweight, single form factor K-CEMA Neo enables users to detect threat signals anywhere in the EM environment, including in HF and super-HF frequencies (20MHz to 6GHz).
K-CEMA Neo is also designed to deliver a tailored ‘responsive, hybrid or active countermeasure at the right frequency, power and time’, according to Kirintec.
The deployable system, based on FPGA open standards, can conduct continuous electronic surveillance and provide signal analysis on the move, and it can be integrated with third-party CEMA or ISR systems.
This article was updated on 21 September with a new image of K-CEMA NEO.
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