U.S. Army Seeks Software Fix For Radar Shortcoming

A forward-deployed Control and Reporting Center, or CRC, is shown with a TPS-75 radar and the TYQ-23 command and control system inside the shelter.
Credit: U.S. Air Force
The U.S. Army has asked companies for a software solution to a fundamental vulnerability that exposes current radar systems to jamming and other electronic warfare threats. A special notice released on March 16 by Army Contracting Command for the Artificial Intelligence Radar Enhancement (AIRE)...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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