Dearth of funding and platforms could hamper the European electronic warfare industry's ability to keep pace with U.S. competitors
The electronic warfare landscape is being redrawn, driven by technology advancements and new ideas about linking diverse sensors and systems to improve combat effectiveness. The shift is visible primarily at the technology level, rather than in the larger, more expensive realm of acquisition projects. These developments are confined not just to the U.S. but also form the backbone of EW planning in Europe, Israel and Australia. This special report will focus on projects in both the ...
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