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Electronic warfare is a battle for control of the electromagnetic spectrum, which the military uses for situational awareness, communications, and weapon guidance. The race is growing in importance as more advanced technologies are deployed on the battlefield and troops try to reduce signatures to avoid detection.

According to reports from the California State Training Center. At the National Training Center, the US Army's Threat Systems Management Office (TSMO) team briefed senior leaders on the completion of a demonstration of electronic jamming technology developed at Armory's office in Red Rock, Alabama.

TSMO Electronics Engineer Curtis Leslie explains how to program a small direct injection jammer to simulate radio military signal jammer used in electronic detection and communication in battlefield training scenarios.

“We can put them in tactical vehicles — Humvees, 5-ton trucks,” Leslie said. “Our military jet jammer can be used to replace the outdoor jammer.”

The jamming box can be programmed to generate different jamming signals when the vision signals sent by the remote trainer are required. It is installed between the antenna and the radio transceiver.

Leslie said injection jamming technology isn't new, but recent advances have allowed military jammers to be smaller and require less power, making them ideal for training centers that can get wireless from military licensing commissions, the Federal Communications Commission or FAA agencies in environments that are extremely crowded in the spectrum. it's hard.

The article is part of the Army's space training strategy to introduce advanced technology developed by TSMO.

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