Two major trends will emerge over the next several years to meet the growing demand for electronic warfare systems. First, key systems will be installed on a wider variety of aircraft in response to the need for increasingly sophisticated airborne self-protection. Second, next-generation technology will be developed and deployed to meet the rising demand for advanced electronic-attack systems able to hit enemy radar and communications systems before aircraft are even detected. The BAE ...


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