Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) signed a contract with Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) to provide its ADA GPS anti-jamming systems for the Light Armed Helicopter (LAH) 2nd Phase Production during the Seoul ADEX 2023 exhibition.
IAI’s ADA system is capable of suppressing interferences from multiple jammers from various directions.
In 2017, IAI’s ADA system was selected by the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) to be installed on various platforms of the Republic of Korea Air Force, Navy, and Army. The contract included system installation, testing, and airworthiness certification for both fixed wing and rotary wing. As part of the LAH program, KAI successfully conducted integration of ADA systems on LAH prototypes.
The ADA system can be easily integrated with existing navigation solutions of airborne, surface and maritime platforms as well as guided munitions. It operates simultaneously in L1 and L2 bands, supports C/A and P(Y) signals and has provisions for M-code waveform.
Boaz Levy, IAI President and CEO, said; “”The recent transactions by IAI serve as a testament to the company’s impactful collaborations on the global stage, underscoring the trust that nations worldwide place in IAI’s innovative solutions, positioned at the forefront of technology. We take pride in sustaining the company’s economic growth trajectory while steadfastly standing beside the IDF and security forces, dedicated to serving our customers during both times of conflict and routine operations.”
He added; “This contract signifies a significant milestone in our collaboration, as IAI is set to deliver its Adaptive Defense Antenna (ADA) system, a GPS Anti-Jamming solution, for the Light Armed Helicopter (LAH) 2nd Phase Production in the Republic of Korea. With the capability to suppress interferences from multiple jammers in various directions, the ADA system exemplifies our dedication to ensuring the utmost reliability and security in critical defense applications.”