Bull a leader of electronic warfare systems presents the Shadow Mercedes jamming car Milipol 2311139

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MILIPOL 2013
Worldwide Exhibition of Internal State Security

19 - 22 November 2013
Paris, France
 
Bull Mercedes jamming car at Milipol 2013
 
 
Saturday, November 23, 2013 02:44 PM
 
Bull a leader of electronic warfare systems presents the Shadow Mercedes jamming car at Milipol.
Bull, a major player in European security and defense for both civil and military purposes, presents its expertise in electronic warfare and protection with its new Mercedes car equipped with electronic warfare system Shadow.
     
Bull, a major player in European security and defense for both civil and military purposes, presents its expertise in electronic warfare and protection with its new Mercedes car equipped with electronic warfare system Shadow.
Bull Mercedes Shadow jamming car at Milipol 2013, Paris, France.
     

In the trunk and the rear seats of the car is installed the Shadow system, a powerful jammer able to jam any radio signal 100 meters around the vehicle.

The Shadow is designed to saturate an area with electromagnetic energy in order to neutralize an IED that is activated by remote control on command. Shadow IED Jammers work by preventing radio signals from reaching the radio trigger used to detonate that IED.

An improvised explosive device (IED) is a homemade bomb constructed and deployed in ways other than in conventional military action. IEDs may be used in terrorist actions or in unconventional warfare by guerrillas or commando forces in a theater of operations. Most of the IED could be detonated by radio or mobile phone control.

But the jamming is not the only functionality available. Shadow can also jams radio communications located at more than one kilometer. Finally, the system is able also to intercept all communications located on specific frequency bands and to analyze, thanks to the technology of Amesys, a subsidiary of Bull dedicated to the surveillance of electronic communications.

 

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