Additionally, the (V)4/5 modular open system architecture (MOSA)-compliant design allows for technology insertion, enabling air superiority against the ever-evolving threats. The AN/ALQ-214(V)4/5 is the most advanced selfprotection jammer system deployed in the world today.
Survivability for mission success
The IDECM AN/ALQ-214 OBJ features autonomous operations within hostile environments to protect aircrew and aircraft against advanced radio frequency (RF) threats. This protection enables enhanced survivability by allowing the aircrew to concentrate on mission success. The system is designed to counter RF guided threats with proven electronic countermeasures (ECM) techniques that deny, disrupt, delay and degrade launch and engagement sequences. Each threat is identified, prioritized, countered and displayed to the aircrew for situational awareness as well as self-protection. The IDECM AN/ALQ-214 utilizes a modular and reprogrammable system to provide theater specific configurations.
Open architecture allows quick modifications for evolving threats
Designed for both the F/A-18C/D Hornet and the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet
Autonomous operation provides instant threat mitigation while the crew remains focused on the mission
Reprogrammable to theater specific configurations
Smaller, lighter form factor to meet size, weight, and power challenged platforms
Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA) compliant design
AN / ALQ-214 (IDECM) Press Releases
Press release | 09. 10. 2020
US Navy Awards L3Harris Technologies $104 Million Contract for F/A-18 Electronic Warfare System
The U.S. Navy has awarded L3Harris a $104 million follow-on contract to supply the next production lot of the electronic warfare (EW) system that protects F/A-18 Hornet and Super Hornet aircraft against electronic threats.