Compact ELK-7065 sensor introduced
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has introduced a new, compact version of its ELK-7065 ground and naval high frequency (HF) COMINT Direction Finder (DF) system, the company announced on 4 September.
The small mobile sensor is designed for tactical ground HF COMINT missions and naval missions.
The ELK-7065 3D HF COMINT provides quick interception and identification of HF signals, creating a reliable electronic order of battle picture and accurate geolocation. Measuring 1.2m in diameter, the HF antenna configuration is optimally suited for fixed or mobile tactical ground and naval forces applications.
The patented compact HF system expands the current product line which includes airborne systems already installed on several aircraft and UAS.
Nissim Hadas, executive VP, IAI and president at Elta Systems, said: ‘This ground-breaking product line has generated keen interest and has been successfully demonstrated for numerous customers around the world for both symmetric and asymmetric warfare applications.
‘We are pleased to expand our offering to cover important applications such as mobile tactical ground forces and naval uses.’
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