EADS Eyes Airborne Applications For New IED Jammer

NEWPORT, Wales — EADS is exploring airborne tasks for a new communications jammer that is used to protect ground troops and VIPs from attack by remotely controlled improvised explosive devices (IEDs). A possible airborne application would be to provide helicopters with a jammer to ensure they are...

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