Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) is the Defense Department’s concept to connect sensors from the US Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Space Force into a single network, according to the Congressional Research Service.
The companies include Black Sage Technologies, Clarity Innovations, Deloitte Consulting, Frontier Technology, Global Infotek, Greystones Consulting Group, Government Research Specialists, Hughes Network Systems, Hypergiant Galactic Systems, Kymeta Corporation, and Mission Solutions, the release said.
The remaining companies are Software AG Government Solutions, Spectral Sensor Solutions, Systems & Technology Research, UMBRA LAB, XL Scientific, and Yakabod Federal Solutions, according to the release.
US Navy $172M Contract Launches Production of Mid-Band Signal Jammer – Raytheon
In another Press Release, the first production lot of a mid-range signal jammer will begin with an award of a $171.6 million US Navy Contract, Raytheon announced.
“With its power and ability to jam multiple radars simultaneously, NGJ-MB [Next Generation Jammer Mid-Band] will fundamentally change the way the Navy conducts airborne electronic attack,” Raytheon Vice President of Electronic Warfare Systems Annabel Flores said in a press release.
NGJ-MB is the Navy’s advanced electronic attack system that offensively denies, disrupts, and degrades enemy technology, including air-defense systems and communications, the release said.
The system uses the latest digital, software-based, and Active Electronically Scanned Array technologies, which allows operators to non-kinetically attack significantly more targets and at greater distances than with existing countermeasures, the release also said.
The $171.6 million contract award follows last week’s decision to advance the program into the production and deployment phase, the release added.