DARPA awards BAE Systems two awards under Wideband Adaptive RF Protection (WARP) program

BAE Systems will design mechanisms for the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that protect emerging wideband receivers from interference, enabling their use in contested and congested environments. DARPA awarded two contracts to BAE Systems totaling $5 million under the Wideband Adaptive RF Protection (WARP) program which is designed to develop wideband adaptive filtering and signal cancellation architectures to safeguard emerging wideband receivers against both external and self-interference.

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The Wideband Adaptive RF Protection (WARP) program seeks develop wideband adaptive filtering and signal cancellation architectures to protect emerging wideband receivers against both external and self-interference, ultimately enabling the use of wideband software-defined radios in contested and congested spectral environments (Picture source: BAE Systems)



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