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ADECS 2018: Chinese SIGINT capabilities sound alarm bells
The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) facility on Woody Island in the Paracel Islands is set to become a major SIGINT facility for its operations in the South China Sea, according to analysts.
In addition, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is monitoring US naval activity in the South China Sea from a SIGINT facility on Hainan Island.
Professor David Stupples, director of electronic warfare systems research at City, University of London, addressed the topic of Chinese SIGINT capabilities at the ADECS 2018 conference in Singapore on 30 January.
The picture that Stupples painted is one of extremely heavy investment by the …
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