Analysis

  • A look at the US Navy’s Next Generation Jammer

    The US Navy’s Next Generation Jammer, promises a new, more capable electronic warfare system that combines agile, high-power beam-jamming techniques and state-of-the-art solid-state electronics. Dr Gareth Evans takes a closer...

  • The future of electronic warfare in Europe

    Electronic warfare is a rapidly evolving field that is steadily increasing in prominence as nation’s look to gain the edge in the next generation of conflict technology. Gavin O’Connell MBE,...

  • Visualising electronic warfare

    A proliferation of devices and technologies to intercept and manipulate the electronic spectrum has resulted in an often-overwhelming deluge of complex data. The questions for many is what do we...

  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 88

    In this issue: Nordic countries arm to defend the Baltic region, inside the US Air Force’s light attack aircraft experiment, France's pushes AI investment for future weapon systems, and more

  • The problem with GPS in the modern military

    In the years after the Gulf War many, and especially the American military, became increasingly dependent on the GPS constellation to provide positioning, navigation and timing for everything from warships,...

  • May’s top news stories

    The US Army awarded an $828m contract for GMLRS rocket Lot 13 production, Australia’s 2018-19 announced its budget to provide $36.4bn for defence, and BAE revealed plans to develop new...

  • Night vision: a light in the dark?

    Being able to see in the dark can prove decisive on the battlefield. As General Barry McCaffrey, commander of the US Army’s 24th Infantry Division during Desert Storm, put it,...