The U.S. Army has started to solicit information on potential industry sources that can support radio frequency countermeasure systems and electronic warfare technologies covered by the service’s High Energy RF Operations program.
A FedBizOpps notice published Thursday says the Army is looking for potential contractors that can help design, build and test software and hardware prototypes for AN/APR-39 radar signal detecting sets.
The HERO program calls for stakeholders to deliver technical engineering support for the service’s AN/ALQ-211 Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures systems and perform experimentation and create counter-radar techniques as part of the Radio frequency Electronic Warfare Technique Development program.
The military branch is also seeking technical, integration, demonstration and testing services for aircraft survivability equipment, related electronic warfare air/ground survivability systems and facilities under the RF System Integration Lab program.
The service will accept white papers for the HERO program through Oct. 22.