Origin: United States of America
Contractor/s: Lockheed Martin
Description: The AN/SLY-2(V) is an Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System (AIEWS) being developed for US Navy's surface combatant and surface non-combatant ships. It provides advanced electronic support capabilities such as special signals receiver, advanced decoy, electromagnetic interference, and enhanced system control algorithms. Moreover, electronic attack and target engagement control and processing capabilities would be added in the near term.
The SLY-2 being developed by Lockheed-Martin will use COTS (Commercial Off-the-Shelf) processors, operating systems, network architecture, and open system standard interfaces. Its flexible, modular design will enable future growth and fitting in many different platforms. Using the electronic attack mode the SLY-2 system will be able to defeat advanced multi-spectral threats.
The AN/SLY-2 electronic warfare system will replace current AN/SLQ-32, AN/WLR-1 and AN/SSQ-82 onboard US Navy ships.
Parent system is the AN/SLY-2
Total Cost: USD$2.0 billion
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