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Israeli Air Force Integrates IAI’s ADA System into Airborne Platforms

The Israeli Air Force (IAF) has completed the integration of Israel Aerospace Industries’ innovative ADA Anti-Jam GPS System on its aircraft Our Bureau - : Oct 22, 2021 - : 12:16 pm

The Israeli Air Force (IAF) has completed the integration of Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) innovative ADA Anti-Jam GPS System, into F-16 fighter jets and various types of UAS.

ADA Anti-Jam GPS System is designed to protect GPS/GNSS navigation from jamming and was combat proven in providing immunity against GPS jammers, most recently demonstrating its effectiveness in ‘Operation Guardian of the Walls’ last May.

“Electronic warfare poses an evolving threat to satellite navigation systems. The integration of the ADA System to protect various platforms against GNSS jammers is an essential component to any platform or mission system that uses GNSS receivers in general and GPS receivers in particular. As such, it constitutes a critical element of any modern army’s operational organization,” said Jacob Galifat, IAI’s VP and General Manager of the IAI-MALAM Division.

“As a center of excellence for development of technologically advanced weapon systems, IAI takes pride in providing ADA to the IAF and to our worldwide customers, and continues to adapt it to evolving threats and customer needs, including land and marine users. Given its proven capability in providing a solution to such significant operational challenge, we believe ADA has strong business potential for numerous countries and customers.”

The ADA System has demonstrated operational maturity and is in use by a number of international customers on various airborne, land, and marine platforms.

At the beginning of 2017, IAI won the Israeli Ministry of Defense’s tender to integrate the ADA System into one of the IAF’s advanced airborne platforms.

IAI provided the IAF with a comprehensive, cutting-edge solution based on a Controlled Reception Pattern Antenna (CRPA) incorporating unique technological capabilities.

ADA’s integration allows the continued operation of avionic systems that rely on satellite navigation when GPS jammers or other mechanisms are used to jam or disrupt satellite signals.

ADA-O, a derivative of the ADA System, adds to the existing ADA portfolio by providing an optimal solution for land or marine platforms requiring outdoor operations. ADA-O is compatible with various platforms, providing a unique, effective and mature operational solution to communication, navigation and command and control systems

Straightforward installation ensures quick integration on end-users’ platforms, such as APC’s, artillery guns, MCCVs, and communication shelters. ADA-O is also suitable for integration on marine platforms.

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