IED Threats

Burlington, MA (PressExposure) June 25, 2009 -- IED threats evolve relentlessly. IEDs can be created out of almost anything and the triggering method constantly changes. An IED is only limited by the bomber imagination and capabilities. Remote control gadget of all type are used for remote activation of improvised explosive devices including car alarms, key fobs, door bells, remotes for toy cars, garage door openers, cell phones, and FRS and GMRS two way radios. Remote control devices allow the enemy to watch from a distance and not be compromised.

Roadside bombs, armor piercing charges, suicide bombers and vehicle-borne IEDs (VBIED) are now considered no longer tactical but strategic threats. Many nations face threats in conflict zones and in homeland security. The devastating effects of IEDs on patrolling troops and convoys, and the increasing terror threat to homeland security are forcing many countries that have had no previous experience with counter IED to prepare for future threats

Next generation technologies must tackle the spiraling variety of IED detonation techniques requiring “out of the box” thinking and fresh innovative approaches.

Netline Communications Technologies (NCT) ltd. Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, specializes in counter-IED warfare. Since 1998, Netline has developed, manufactured and sold fully programmable RF communication jamming and detection systems for the world’s leading military units, police forces and government agencies.

Netline’s modular software defined radio (SDR) platform RF jammer is future-proof, ensuring that the equipment can be upgraded at any time in the future to incorporate new technologies and threats. As terrorist’s methods of triggering IEDs evolves and mutates, Netline’s new IED jammer system offers much more powerful and flexible architecture to quickly react and adapt to new threats. Jammer systems include vehicular, dismounted and portable bomb jammer technology for all mission types and requirements.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 25, 2009 at 5:15 am
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