Jerry Parker: CACI Eyes Open Architecture System for RF-Based Tech Platforms

Jerry Parker

Jerry Parker, senior vice president of C4ISR and electronic warfare at CACI International, has said the company wants to produce an open architecture system to help the government and industry create multiple platforms that could recognize radio frequency signals, C4ISRNET reported Monday.

Parker made the statement as the U.S. Army seeks new software-based technologies designed to detect signals across the electromagnetic spectrum.

He noted that some new RF signatures come from communications and unmanned aircraft system control links.

China and Russia reportedly developed software platforms that make it more difficult to classify defense mechanisms and signals.

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