The U.S. Navy’s Next-generation Jammer (NGJ) is slated for operations in 2018 - and depending on the winning design, it is expected to allow the ability to invade enemy networks from the air, according to industry sources with insight to the effort. NGJ is expected to have the software to generate a data stream and place within it wave forms and algorithms that can see what is going on inside that network and, at some point, take over control of the network if desired or perhaps just ...
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