BAE Systems-Sierra Nevada to Develop SIGINT Tech for U.S.’ GHOST Program

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BAE Systems-Sierra Nevada to Develop SIGINT Tech for U.S.’ GHOST Program
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The U.S. Air Force has asked BAE Systems and Sierra Nevada to provide a prototype design for the next-generation open architecture signals intelligence (SIGINT) technology under its Global High-altitude Open-system Sensor Technology (GHOST) program.

The award continues BAE Systems, Inc.’s development efforts to provide full-spectrum awareness and actionable intelligence with a SIGINT sensor design.

Under the contract, awarded earlier this year, the team will provide a sensor prototype that gives insight into adversaries’ actions by collecting and analyzing electronic signals. It will exploit the radio frequency (RF) spectrum, critical to battlefield superiority, to detect, identify, locate, and track RF emissions.

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