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Also Known As: AN/ALQ-135M
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Northrop Grumman
Parent System: AN/ALQ-135
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Description: The AN/ALQ-135 is an internally mounted radio frequency jammer. It provides self-protection countermeasures against radar-related threats. It is an integral port of the F-15 Tactical Electronic Warfare Suite which also includes ALR-56C warning system and ALE-45 chaff/flare dispenser.

The F-15C Eagle fighter aircraft are equipped with the ALQ-135 Band 3, Band 2 and Band 1. The F-15E Strike Eagle are protected by the ALQ-135 Band 1.5 and 3. The USAF was replacing existing ALQ-135 band 1 and 2 with new Band 1.5 jammers in the early years of the 21st century.

The improved AN/ALQ-135M was developed to protect the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF) F-15K aircraft against multiple threats simultaneously. The first five production ALQ-135Ms were delivered to the Boeing Company which will install them into the F-15K aircraft. South Korea ordered a total of 40 systems for its F-15K with final deliveries expected in early 2008.

The internally mounted ALQ-135M prioritizes and neutralizes the most imminent dangers thanks to a new processor that offers increased speed and memory enhancements compared to older ALQ-135 models. Weight was reduced by 63 percent and volume by 71 percent. In addition, sophisticated microwave power module transmitter technology helps reduce weight and boost performance.

AN/ALQ-135 Applications

Combat Aircraft F-15A Eagle F-15C Eagle F-15D Eagle F-15E Strike Eagle F-15K Slam Eagle

AN/ALQ-135 News

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on 28 Jul 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008Republic of Korea Acquires 21 ALQ-135M Electronic Combat Systems for a Further F-15K Aircraft

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