Japan will stand up a second space defense unit within the next 18 months to monitor electromagnetic wave threats to its satellites.
The U.S. Space Force will deploy an advanced electronic jammer to disrupt enemies’ satellite communications signals.
The U.S. Space Force awarded L3Harris Technologies a $120.7 million contract to upgrade a ground-based communications jammer used to block adversaries’ satellite transmissions.
The Counter Communications System Block 10.2 was declared operational by the Space and Missile Systems Center’s special programs directorate.
Gen. Murray: “We have to have multiple ways of getting PNT in the future battlefield because of the threat of jamming."
The application of AI in electronic warfare could help the U.S. military thwart attempts by enemies to interfere with military GPS or communications satellite signals.