PPM Systems Enables A 5x Increase in Detection Range

PPM Systems are increasing observational antenna radius by solving signal distribution limitations*. Enabling the next step in capability performance across multiple domains, PPM Systems have integrated operationally and commercially proven RF over fiber products to form complete RF over fiber architecture solutions. For delegates attending the Combined Naval Event in May, these solutions will be available to explore on stand E04.

Leveraging the benefits of COTS products and developing them for defense applications, PPM Systems uses extensive domain knowledge to form complete RF over fiber architecture solutions for the maritime ESM (Electronic Support Measures), EW (Electronic Warfare), CEMA (Cyber and Electromagnetic Activities) and C-UAS / C- USV (Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems / Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle) domains.

The industry-leading knowledge within PPM Systems ensures seamless signal transmission even in demanding maritime and land environments while providing exceptional signal quality and performance alongside antenna positioning freedom. The solutions are, and continue to be, developed in alignment with open standards such as Open VPX, with PPM Systems poised to enable EW capabilities through ruggedized and dynamically reconfigurable signal distribution – a step change in capability for customers.

Helping to ensure countries develop their maritime capabilities and provide freedom of navigation is not threatened and, when necessary, sea control and denial are achieved, the Navy Leaders Combined Navy Event is a must-attend, especially as the maritime environment is emerging as a critical priority for NATO and its partners. The intent is for a broad cross-section of attendees from international navies, the defense industry, and academia to explore how to align in common purpose to ensure naval capabilities match the strategic, operational, and technological opportunities and demands of the future.

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