DARPA EW Program Seeks Proposals for Countering Adaptive Radar

Electronic warfare experts at the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency are seeking proposals from the industry to find ways of detecting and countering digitally programmable radar systems that have unknown behaviors and agile waveform characteristics. A successful proposal would enable systems to generate effective countermeasures automatically against new, unknown or ambiguous radar signals in near real-time.

The program will develop new processing techniques and algorithms that characterize enemy radar systems, jam them electronically, and assess the effectiveness of the applied countermeasures. Key challenges are isolating the signal amid hostile, friendly and neutral signals; figuring out the threat the signal poses; and jamming the signal. Threats of particular interest include ground-to-air and air-to-air phased array radars capable of performing several different functions.

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