IAI unveils electronic warfare system designed to target swarms, across frequencies, and different directions

Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI) has unveiled an electronic warfare (EW) system capable of simultaneously targeting multiple threats, across frequencies and in different directions, according to a company press release.

The Scorpius family of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems is based on Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) technology. With AESA’s multi-beam capability, Scorpius can simultaneously scan the entire surrounding region for targets, and deploy narrowly focused beams to interfere with multiple threats across the electromagnetic spectrum. The system is able to target a range of threats, including: UAVs, ships, missiles, communication links, low probability of interception (LPOI) radars, and more. Scorpius effectively disrupts the operation of their electromagnetic systems, including radar and electronic sensors, navigation, and data communications.

Scorpius’ receiver sensitivity and transmission power (ERP) can detect multiple threats, of different kinds, simultaneously, from increased distances compared with legacy EW systems, and address each threat with a customized response.

Scorpius is available across multiple domains.

The Scorpius G is a ground-based EW system designed to detect and disrupt ground- and airborne threats. Scorpius-G is a mobile system, and can be quickly deployed by vehicle. Scorpius G creates an electronic dome of protection above a wide geographic sector to neutralize a broad range of modern threats. Scorpius SJ is a standoff jammer designed to disrupt enemy aerial and ground-based electromagnetic operations.

(Image: Scorpius SG, IAI) 

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