Harris Corporation is offering its Disruptor SRx platform agnostic electronic warfare (EW) system to potential customers and the new EW system is well-suited to operating environments at sea, in the air and on land.
“Disruptor SRx represents the next generation of electronic warfare (EW) technology, offering our customers the adaptive, reprogrammable multifunctional capability they need to succeed in this changing environment,” company officials say.
The new smart response system represents a shift from traditional EW – in which a single system performs a specific, pre-determined function – to an agile approach that enables multiple functions, as well as the ability to switch between them in real time. Thanks to advances in microelectronics packaging and design, the system is also ideal for unmanned platforms with its decreased size, weight and power requirements.
The Disruptor SRx’s multifunctional, open-architecture design eliminates the need for spare parts for multiple devices, resulting in lower life-cycle costs. Disruptor SRx reacts and adjusts to complex, con- tested electronic environments and is easily upgradeable to support greater flexibility and affordability.
Harris Corporation is showcasing its range of command and control solutions and personal and airborne radios for military applications at EDEX such as; Harris hC2 Software Suite Command – A complete command and control solution that connects all echelons and provides a common operational view with real-time intelligence for more informed decision making; Harris Falcon III RF-7850S SPR Advanced Wideband Secure Personal Radio – an advanced secure personal radio system available today for , providing full communications capabilities for the warfighters at the team, squad, and platoon levels.
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