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The United States has traditionally received calls from Northrop Grumman's proposal to represent the development of early ecm applications to support electronic warfare.
The United States accompanied Northrop Grumman in announcing that it has submitted a bid for the Navy's next-generation jammer technology maturation stage. Titled an Operational Procurement Agreement, the Navy is applying to replace the current ALQ-99 jammer group.
The Navy's jamming technology is designed to address enemy threats in the modern electronic battlefield environment. ALQ-99 is a pre-digital technology that must be updated with next-generation capabilities.
“The first shot in combat is no longer bullets, but electrons,” Stephen Hogan, vice president of information operations and electronic attack at Northrop Grumman, said in a statement.
“We see how the Russians use electronic attacks in Georgia, and we see every day how terrorists operate, using purchased electronic equipment to harm our soldiers and pardoned civilians.”
In addition, the United Nations has also asked Iran to remove military signal jammer.

The United Nations Telecommunications Organization has declared that Iranian communications barriers to satellite communications are illegal. The International Telecommunication Union accused Iran of making all the blocks.
MTS has brought charges against Iran over a complaint from one of the satellite communications users, Eutelsat. Two applications were submitted to demonstrate that communications were blocked.The European Community condemns this behavior by the Iranian authorities with regard to online censorship.



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