GDMS wins Prophet Enhanced contract
General Dynamics Mission Systems has received a contract from the US Army for the Prophet Enhanced system, the US Department of Defense announced on 9 July.
The $296 million contract will see the company produce the systems through to June 2020.
Prophet is a 24-hour, all weather, near-real-time, ground-based, tactical signals intelligence/electronic warfare capability designed to provide organic actionable intelligence, situational understanding and force protection to combat teams.
Prophet Enhanced is a platform-independent modular system designed for easy integration onto a vehicle. It supports stationary, on-the-move and manpack operations. Prophet Enhanced has a wideband beyond-line-of-sight capability, which is based on the present Warfighter Information Network–Tactical architecture, allowing the system to operate at extended distance and perform distributed operations.
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