Netline C-Guard IED jamming system for IDF
Netline Communications Technologies is supplying its C-Guard Reactive Jamming (RJ) manpack system to the Israel Defense Force, the company announced on 5 August.
The C-Guard RJ manpack system is designed to provide frontline forces with a real-time counter-IED solution. The system detects and prevents IED activation attempts, creating a secured zone around soldiers on the frontline and reacting to real-time electronic warfare threats by both detecting the threat and providing an immediate response of jamming RF signals that are attempting to detonate the IED.
The solution offers advanced reactive jamming capabilities, wide coverage, simple operation by an individual soldier to provide protection of personnel within a specific radius, and improved overall control of the operational situation without requiring any additional hardware.
The company has also announced a €65 million contract with the Spanish Ministry of Defense to supply the C-Guard RJ vehicle system for the Spanish armed forces, with deliveries due to begin in December 2019.
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