Cell phone jammers were used in the early days of naval aviation

On May 7, 2021, Tysons Corner, Virginia-Mercury Systems (Nasdaq: MRCY) introduced an open spectrum processing architecture to help developers build electronic warfare, software-based radio and signal intelligence platforms, ExecutiveBiz Reported on April 22.

The company cited the U.S. Navy’s cell phone jammer technology optimization at the Cape Mugu Naval Air Station as an early adopter of Rappid technology.

William Conley, Mercury’s chief technology officer, said the company aims to accelerate the system modernization process for military customers through its new products.

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