The testing, part of the qualification process for the Pakistan F-16 upgrade program, was conducted to ensure AIDEWS
will work with other systems integrated into the aircraft, and verify that the multiple systems will not interfere with one another.
2 configuration supports the upcoming delivery of combat capable electronic warfare mission data to five countries with AIDEWS
The FACh and the Royal Omani Air Force (see "Oman to Get AIDEWS
, JDAMs for Its F-16s.
(Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite) that provides electronic warfare self-protection for a growing number of international F-16 aircraft.
Exelis will supply Turkey with the pod variant of the AIDEWS
system, the ALQ-211(V)9, which is carried externally rather than installed into the aircraft like its internal counterpart, the ALQ-211(V)4.
consists of the Advanced Threat Radar Warning Receiver (ATRWR), Advanced Threat Radar Jammer (ATRJ), and Advanced Airborne Radio Frequency Expendables (AARFE) -- even more capable than standard US Air Force F-16C/D Block 50/52 package of the AN/ALR-56M RWR, AN/ALQ-131 or AN/ALQ-184 RF ja mmer, and AN/ALE-47 countermeasures dispenser.
system, which uses identical hardware in its internal and external/pod versions is now in full production.
The Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare System, or AIDEWS
(ALQ-211), completed several F-16 sorties and was tested against a wide variety of RF (radio frequency) threats.
For the last three or four months, with potential partner Havelsan (Ankara, Turkey), ITT has been pushing its proposal to fit the Turkish F-16s with the AIDEWS
, a fast-let variant of the AN/ALQ-211 Suite of Integrate Radio Frequency Countermeasures (SIRFC).
is the fast-mover version of the Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures (SIRFC).
This accomplishment will allow AIDEWS
to enter the planned Electronic Warfare flight test program.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 5, 2012-Exelis announces successfully completion of flight exercises of its AIDEWS
system on international F-16s(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.